Fybre Fitness Hub is a fantastic new gym near Clapham Junction, an area which has been desperate for a high class fitness facility for a number of years.
London (PRWEB UK) 4 July 2012
Fybre Fitness Hub (Battersea – London) is the latest club to join the world’s largest gym access programme, payasUgym.com. Located on the Northcote Rd close to Clapham Junction, Fybre Fitness Hub provides the latest in cardiovascular, resistance and weight-training equipment as well as a luxurious 'endless' fastjet counter current pool boasting underwater video cameras to record performance and help improve swimming technique.
With over 350 clubs already involved across the country, payasUgym is the largest network of its kind and has picked up numerous awards for innovation since launching just 18 months ago. The service and enables people to use gyms and health clubs across the UK on a flexible basis with the objective of getting more people involved in fitness.
Having initially launched in London in February 2011, payasUgym.com has grown rapidly and includes gyms and health clubs of all shapes and sizes. Gym users are attracted by the flexibility of the service and the variety of clubs involved, whilst gym operators are keen to benefit from the new customers that start using their facilities thanks to the marketing carried out by payasUgym.com. Gaining the support of gym operators has been key to the rapid expansion of this free-to-participate service.
CEO Jamie Ward said, “Fybre Fitness Hub is a fantastic new gym near Clapham Junction which is an area that has been desperate for a high class fitness facility for a number of years. With luxurious options such as the fastjet counter current pool we are confident that Fybre Fitness Hub will finally be able to cater for the needs of gym users in the Battersea and Clapham Junction area that desire a better quality facility than those currently available.”
To use the service customers simply create a free online account which they top-up with credit, similar to the process of topping-up a pay as you go mobile phone. They can then use this credit to buy passes for gym use at any of the listed gyms and health clubs which range from single day passes and a variety of short term gym membership options.
For further information on payasUgym, please contact:
Notes to Editors:
The idea for payasUgym.com was created by Jamie Ward and Neil Harmsworth after discussing the difficulties in finding decent gyms in London that you can just go to on a one-off basis.
payasUgym.com was launched in February 2011 and currently offers over 300+ gyms in the UK and is now the world’s largest gym access programme.