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Gym Goers Get Greater Experience With High Life Highland Investment in Leisure Facilities

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An ongoing programme of upgrades to gyms in the High Life Highland portfolio are providing customers with more choice and an improved experience, helping to make life better across the region.

Gyms in Sutherland, Caithness, Lochaber and Badenoch have all recently been revamped with a variety of new equipment introduced and upgrades to fitness suites.

The Golspie Swimming Pool gym is one such facility which has seen the introduction of a new, dedicated strength and conditioning area while the East Coast Community Facility in Wick has had a full refresh in terms of its cardio offering.

At Leven in Lochaber, customers can experience the benefits of new and improved strength and cardio equipment and earlier in the year, the Badenoch Centre gym in Kingussie re-opened with a full new fitness suite and strength area upgrade.

Kelly Skinner, Golspie Swimming Pool manager said:

“It’s great to be getting new equipment for our existing and new members, our aim is to support the wellbeing of our communities, particularly during this time of increasing pressures on all of our finances.

“I’d encourage people in the area to come along to see what is on offer – they can sign up for a highlife membership during their visit too, which offers individuals and families affordable options to get access to a wide range of facilities across the Highlands as well as other locations in Scotland that are part of the Leisure Link scheme.”

Ewan Thorburn, High Life Highland Facilities Manager in Lochaber commented:

“It is fantastic to see this investment being made in our sites, allowing us to continue to meet the changing needs of our customers and to attract new members to our gyms.

“Being active is incredibly important for both our mental and physical wellbeing so it is invaluable to be able to provide new and improved equipment which will help current and future service users maximise the health and fitness benefits of their highlife membership.”

Fraser Tulloch, Leisure Manager for High Life Highland in Badenoch and Strathspey added:

“Myself and the team are delighted with the new-look Badenoch Centre gym, bringing the latest in fitness technology and providing our highlife members with the best possible tools to achieve their fitness goals.

“Our new additions will further expand the centre’s fitness offerings, catering to a wide range of fitness levels and goals – from beginner to expert, we’ve got all levels covered.”

High Life Highland has invested just over half a million pounds upgrading and improving seven sites in total during 2023 and 2024, including Inverness Royal Academy, Lochaber Leisure Centre and Aviemore Community Centre.

Graeme Ross, Head of Leisure at High Life Highland commented:

“Our continued investment in upgraded gym facilities ensures that High Life Highland gyms are offering our customers the best possible experience, helping us towards our aim of making life better for people.”

For more details of the induction process for the new equipment at the various gyms mentioned, please contact the relevant centre directly

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