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athletic facility equipped for sports or physical training

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TGG has grown rapidly since the opening of its first site in Hounslow in 2008 and has become the second largest player in the low cost gym market.
2m in the new facility as part of a strategy to open about 20 new gyms a year.
Existing gym operators in Wirral include Hearts in Wallasey, Total Fitness in Prenton, 24/7 Fitness in Bromborough, the Village Hotel in Bebington and gyms at leisure centres run by Wirral Council.
New Gym systems: The new update will add new slots to existing gyms - each gym will now support six slots in total.
The rise in health consciousness among consumers is propelling the demand for gyms and health clubs in this region.
Some felt uncomfortable having to exercise with scarves in mixed-sex gyms.
Pure Gym has opened its doors in Bishop Street, in the city centre, for people to tour ahead of its full opening on January 6.
Naji Saliba, managing director of Young Trading Co, established in 1997, which represents Life Fitness, an American brand of commercial use fitness equipment, also cites significant growth over the past three years, naming at least four gyms which have opened in Beirut and Mount Lebanon in the last three years.
TOTAL Fitness Teesside has been crowned the best gym in northern England and Scotland following a successful year of refurbishment.
Pure Gym, majority-owned by US buyout firm CCMP Capital Advisors LLC, operates 68 gyms across the UK with one site in Northern Ireland.
Gymnastics gyms generally need plenty of space in order to accommodate a high number of kids, which yields profitable revenue.
Many body building gyms in the state depend on his products.
Three of the UK's biggest gyms - Bannatyne Fitness, David Lloyd and Fitness First - have agreed to allow their members to cancel their contracts early if their circumstances change, following an investigation by the Office of Fair Trading.
In July, bosses at Fitness First announced they were selling 67 of their UK gyms to tackle debts of PS550m.