Hooray, it’s 2014 – and you know what that means, don’t you? Yes, it’s time to make that list of New Year Resolutions, if you haven’t already. From dairy-free diets to changing career to going bungee jumping, it’s always great to start from a free slate. And the amount of people enthusiastically hitting the treadmill on January the first has historically had gym owners rubbing their hands together in glee (despite the fact they’ve often cancelled and given up by March).
Have a read of our guide to the best gyms in Wimbledon:
A squash, badminton and gym in Wimbledon, the club offers great value for money with a variety of options on offer. From beginners to intermediates to top players, as a member you can also use the gym and fitness equipment. Facilities include a fully equipped, air-conditioned gym; badminton courts; squash courts; club; bar and lounge; as well as facilities available for private parties/functions.
A stone’s throw away from Wimbledon, David Lloyd’s in Raynes Park offers some of the finest gym and sports facilities. From bowling; to the gym and personal training; to physio sessions; the centre also boasts indoor and outdoor pools; tennis and badminton courts; bars; restaurants and wireless access. There’s even a crèche and a nursery! Check it out if you’re looking for something with a lot of variety.
We couldn’t mention gyms without talking about Virgin! From swimming to gyms to tennis, there’s an array of sports to pursue at branches across the UK. The one at Worple Road Wimbledon has a gym, spa and pool and offers various classes – such as Zumba, Pilates and Spinning. Inside the club, you can benefit from facilities such as kettlebells; TRX Suspension; Power Plate; (which oscillates, mimicking the body’s reaction to movement). Or, why not jump on a Trixter X Dream bicycle and race against others while cycling hard (these are used by world champions you know…)
Set in the middle of the King’s College School grounds, the King’s Club offers the local community the chance to use the brilliant sporting facilities of the school. The school offers a flexible membership and access to the 30 metre swimming pool; six Tennis Courts; three Squash Courts; a fitness studio; strength and conditioning studio; as well as exercise classes. If membership’s not something you’re interested in, you could opt for the pay as you go option. All the profits from the Club support the school’s bursary fund.
We hope our look at the best gyms in Wimbledon motivates you to join one! Enjoy working out.
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