MEMBERSHIPS

NO CONTRACTS
ROLLING MONTHLY 60 DAY

  • DAY PASSES
  • MONTHLY
  • ONLINE COACHING
  • SMALL GROUP PT
  • PERSONAL TRAINING

DAY PASSES

£7.50

WEEK PASSES

£20.00

– Day passes must be booked in advance. (Phone call, text message or email)
– Can be paid via cash, bank transfer or PayPal on the day (or if paying in advance must show proof of payment on arrival)
– You must sign in at reception when visiting the gym and observe the gym rules (which can be found here…)

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  • NUTRITION MANAGEMENT
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Standing Order

Standard Membership

£50

£45

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Standing Order

No contract, no joining fee, no fixed term.

Unlimited access to gym during open hours
30% Discount on our Online Training services
25% discount on Workshops and Seminars
Access to members-only online content (coming soon)

Standard Off Peak Membership

£45

£40

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Standing Order

No contract, no joining fee, no fixed term.

Access during Off peak hours ( Monday-Friday between 9am-3.30pm, and weekends)
30% Discount on our Online Training services
25% discount on Workshops and Seminars
Access to members-only online content (coming soon)

Weekend Only Membership

£30

£27.50

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Standing Order

No contract, no joining fee, no fixed term.

Access for weekend hours only (Saturday 6.45am-3.30pm and Sunday 10am-1pm)
30% Discount on our Online Training services
25% discount on Workshops and Seminars

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  • NUTRITION MANAGEMENT
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Members

Non Members

Level 1

£25

£35

Members

Non Members

No contract, no joining fee, no fixed term.

Tailored Programme
Weekly Updates + programme reviews
1 hr programme consultation each month (in person or via Skype or telephone)
Unlimited contact via messenger, text or email for technique analysis and training advice.
50% off seminars and workshops
Access to Online Coaching Client content (coming soon)
Selected classes included in membership

Level 2

£40

£50

Members

Non Members

No contract, no joining fee, no fixed term.

Tailored Programme
Weekly Updates + programme reviews
1 hr programme consultation each month (in person or via Skype or telephone)
Unlimited contact via messenger, text or email for technique analysis and training advice.
ALL seminars and workshops run by BRB included.
Access to Online Coaching Client content (coming soon)
ALL classes included in membership
90 minutes of 1:1 Technique coaching per month

Prices for online coaching do not include gym membership.

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  • ONLINE COACHING
  • NUTRITION MANAGEMENT
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Silver Membership

£130

£120

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Standing Order

No contract, no joining fee, no fixed term.

1 coached group session per week (2-5 people per group)
Selected Classes included
Gym access (standard membership included)
50% off Seminars and Workshops
Includes tailored plan
Weekly updates and email support

Gold Membership

£220

£210

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Standing Order

No contract, no joining fee, no fixed term.

2 coached group session per week (2-5 people per group)
ALL Classes included
Gym access (standard membership included)
ALL Seminars and Workshops run by BRB included
Includes tailored plan
Weekly updates and email support

Platinum Membership

£280

£270

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Standing Order

No contract, no joining fee, no fixed term.

3 coached group session per week (2-5 people per group)
ALL Classes included
Gym access (standard membership included)
ALL Seminars and Workshops run by BRB included
Includes tailored plan
Weekly updates and email support

Diamond Membership

£340

£320

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Standing Order

No contract, no joining fee, no fixed term.

3 coached group session per week (2-5 people per group)
ALL Classes included
Gym access (standard membership included)
ALL Seminars and Workshops run by BRB included
Includes tailored plan
Weekly updates and email support

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  • NUTRITION MANAGEMENT
  • TRAINING PLANS

Introductory Trial PT package - 3 sessions*

£115

* this offer can be used only once per person
1:1 TRAINING
  • All PT packages are for 1 month’s worth of training.
  • You can opt for 1,2,3,4 or 5 sessions per week.
  • Discounts per session are available for a higher frequency of sessions per week.
  • All sessions must be used within 1 month of the purchase date.
  • Sessions will not used by the end of the month will be forfeit.
  • 24 hours notice MUST be given if cancelling a session else the session will be charged in full.
  • Standard sessions last 1 hour.
  • If the client chooses to end the session prior to the end of scheduled hour, then there can be no refunds for time not used.
  • The prices are calculated off 4 weeks worth of sessions, however months where there are more than 4 weeks, any sessions in the 5th week will be complimentary.
  • Training plans included in the price of 1:1 personal training.
  • Complimentary body-fat assessment available for those wanting this service.
  • Dietary and general nutritional advice available on request.

1 session per week

£200

£50 per 1 hour session

2 sessions per week

£360

£45 per 1 hour session

3 sessions per week

£450

£37.50 per 1 hour session

4 sessions per week

£560

£35 per 1 hour session

5 sessions per week

£650

£32.50 per 1 hour session

2:1 TRAINING SESSIONS

Prices for 2 individuals training together

1 session per week

£220

2 sessions per week

£393

3 sessions per week

£495

4 sessions per week

£616

5 sessions per week

£715

30 MINUTE SESSIONS

If you wish to do 30 min sessions rather than 1 hour, then prices are as follows

1 session per week

£120

2 sessions per week

£220

3 sessions per week

£300

4 sessions per week

£360

5 sessions per week

£400

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General FAQ's

Yes we have 2 changing areas in the gym

Yes FREE car parking is available outside the gym

Yes we have shower facilities at the gym

Training FAQ's

The answer in short is that it entirely depends on the lifter, how long they have been training, what their other commitments are (how much spare time they have to dedicate to training), how old they are, how far out from competition they are and several other factors. 

The things to consider though are that to achieve a goal you should preferably train at the optimal frequency to facilitate progress in your lifts, which is not the same thing as training as much as possible.  If you can get good results from training 3 times per week then why train 4 times, other than for enjoyment’s sake.

The problem with training more times than necessary (in too early a stage of training) is that you negate the possibility of adding to training frequency when you reach a sticking point / plateau with your lifts.  

Don’t exhaust all your avenues of potential plateau busting, before you actually need to use them.  In short, take the simplest route to your goals, and don’t overcomplicate things. 

With all that being said, do not make the mistake of thinking that you do not need to spend some decent amount of time each week dedicating to learning technique and you of course need a certain amount of volume to be able to give enough stimulus to grow stronger. 

A good starting point is 3 sessions per week. Start with that and see how well you recover between sessions. 

Build up your session density (amount of work performed per session) and monitor your progress.  If your progress starts to stall once you have tried a few options to allow more progression then you can look at one option of adding an extra day but always be aware that you must always ensure you monitor your recovery and check that you can handle the extra work.

Firstly remember that no movement in the gym (unless you are a weightlifter, powerlifter, strongman or similar) exactly replicates or can even come that close to replicating your sport.  The term sport specific training was hijacked by the personal training industry and gave a vast number of rather blinkered PT’s the seeming right to distribute a whole series of alternative exercises, whilst moving away from the tried and tested basics,  in favour of overcomplicating movements to make them seemingly move impressive. Arguments were made for squats on a swiss ball and squatting on a boss ball being more relevant to a contact sport for example because it encouraged the trainee to ‘engage their core’.  

Quite frankly a vast majority of these arguments were invalid and made especially by individuals who had never lifted a heavy weight in their life. You try and squat double, 2 1/2 or even triple bodyweight or more and not ‘engage your core’ (a term I hate and would rather people simply used correct terminology and said ‘bracing’ or creating intra-abdominal pressure).  

The reality is that gym training, with the exception of certain strength sports, cannot replicate your sport and trainers should not pretend that it can. 

Gym training for an athlete is G.P.P (general physical preparedness), and should be used as a tool (one of many) to improve performance. With that in mind, gym training must utilise safe, effective, quick to learn exercises which utilise muscle groups in a way in which will be relevant to some SIMILAR movements performed in the sport.

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