All the latest questions asked about keeping fit and gyms in Liverpool - answered!
Follow our handy hints and tips to find some great fitness centres and gyms in the city centre, or further afield. Here’s how to start your search:
It depends where you’re going. Gyms generally have a variety of equipment for cardio, strength training and endurance, but specialist workouts may require a more focused approach. Here’s what you can expect to find at your everyday fitness facility:
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Whether you want to take classes, go swimming or use equipment to work out, there are lots of gyms in Liverpool to suit your needs.
You might fancy trying No Limits Gym or Everton Park Gym in Liverpool for a fitness boost. Alternatively, check out the variety of fitness classes on offer at Gym Monkeys, stretch into hot yoga classes with Yoga Hub Liverpool or fusion-yoga classes with Star Webb.
For some great facilities and ideal introductory offers, try a 6-month membership with Radisson Blu Liverpool, or a gym, swim and fitness pass at Village Gym – and look forward to achieving a healthy mind and body.
Belfast has numerous indoor and outdoor activities to help out on the route to fitness. Some of the options you can try out in the city include walking in the hills, trying the cycling routes, or if you like more structure in your exercising, there are plenty of gyms, inside and outside. Here are my top five tips on exercising and getting fit in Belfast.