Fitness First to open in Deira City Centre
Dubai, September 28, 2011
Fitness First, a leading health club chain, will soon open its new 2000 sq m health and fitness club at Deira City Centre (DCC) in Dubai.
DCC, the original flagship mall in the Majid Al Futtaim Properties portfolio, said the new fitness facility is part of the mall’s expansion initiative which will include the renovation and addition of 55 new stores.
The new Fitness First outlet will be strategically located near the DCC metro station at the mall, it added.
George Flooks, COO of Fitness First Middle East, a division of Landmark Hospitality, said, 'We are excited to be opening another club under the Fitness First umbrella. This is an important part of our exciting expansion plan that is currently underway in the Middle East.'
'Deira City Centre is centrally located, has great access to and from the Metro Station, and with such a large clientele base, we are pleased to complement the mall’s own expansion plans. At Fitness First we are committed to making the world a fitter place,' he stated.
The health club boasts of an impressive facility and men and women alike will be able to take advantage of our best-in-class exercise machines from industry leading manufactures, he added.
The club will also have internationally accredited 1:1 Personal Trainers and free group exercise classes including Body Pump, Body Combat, Body Balance and Zumba led by certified instructors.
For those who prefer a more serene approach to exercise, complimentary yoga classes such as Hatha Yoga, Iyengar Yoga, Power Yoga, and the exclusive Dynamic Flow & Gentle Flow Yoga will be on offer.
'We are pleased to announce the opening of Fitness First at Deira City Centre. A Deira-first, the club reiterates the importance of the mall’s expansion and all of the beneficial enhancements that comes with it,' remarked Fuad Al Najjar, asset director for DCC.
At DCC we are constantly striving to meet our customers’ needs,“ he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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