PULSE Fitness has completed a £67k gym equipment upgrade at the Jealotts Hill Recreation Club, who operate the leisure facilities on behalf of leading agricultural company Syngenta.
The gym, which is available to all members of staff and family and friends at the Bracknell Research and Development site, was refurbished by Pulse to improve the company’s wellness offer.
Pulse brought the old gym completely up to date, and extended the area to accommodate a range of new equipment. The facility now includes Pulses’ Series One Fusion Cardio line, incorporating treadmills, lateral trainers and elliptical trainers. Keiser bikes were also installed, as well as eight pieces of fixed resistance equipment. A functional training area offers free weights, squat racks and kettlebells.
Pulse’s expert in-house design team created inspiring wall art for the gym, and as part of the package Pulse will also provide a full warranty over the next five years.
Regional sales manager for Pulse Jake Saunders said: “We were delighted to continue working with the Jealotts Hill Recreation Club and Syngenta with these new installations at their UK site.
“We have worked closely with the operators, Jealotts Hill Recreation Club, to create a truly modern gym with the perfect mix of equipment, which will promote and enhance employee wellness within the workplace.”
Go backPosted on 26th November 2015