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FLYEfit Will Open A Brand New ‘Super-Gym’ In Dublin Later This Year

By Sarah Finnan

October 1, 2019 at 4:18pm

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Today is October 1st. And I know it’s too soon to talk about it, but let’s face the facts; Christmas is next and then before you know it, it’ll be New Years.

Top of most people’s New Years’ resolutions list? Getting fit.

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FLYEfit have anticipated just this and are set to open a so-called ‘super-gym’ in Dublin, to coincide with the nation’s inevitable foray into all things fitness.

Worth a whopping €2.5 million, the new venue will be out in Blanchardstown and will bring the total number of the chain to 15.

While it will resemble other branches in the chain, this will be the first to have a heated polar chamber thereby allowing members to train in 30-degree heat.

Other facilities will include spin and yoga studios, large cardio, high performance and astro areas, KO8 suspension training, a boxing zone as well as two Olympic lifting platforms.

Not to mention a whole range of high-tech machines such as rowers and ski and bike ergs.

Popular for their cheap and cheerful membership options, the roaming membership allows users to access all FLYEfit gyms and exercise wherever is handiest.

No exact opening date has been revealed as of yet, so stay tuned for updates.

 

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