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West Wave Fitness Centre extension to open


13 March, 2008

West Wave Fitness Centre extension to officially open

The West Wave Fitness Centre will be officially opening its upgraded premises this Friday night, March 14.

Mayor Bob Harvey will open the new 520m2 gym extension which features state of the art fitness equipment, the latest in individual monitors and members' only changing rooms and which is designed to help West Wave satisfy the burgeoning demand for its facilities.

With over 3000 members the West Wave Fitness Centre is proving that its policy of empowering people by giving them the knowledge they need to meet the fitness goals they are seeking, is tremendously successful.

Each new West Wave Fitness Centre member is given five free sessions with a qualified gym instructor - ensuring they know how to use the equipment properly and why they are using it too.

The Recreation Centre has also been upgraded and renovated with an emphasis on community and specific martial arts rooms.

The Recreation Centre will still be used for exhibitions and shows as well as a community sporting facility for activities such as trampolining, table tennis and basketball.


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