There are so many gyms in Nottingham it can be difficult to know which is the best for you!
From corporate to independent gyms there are a wide variety of gyms to choose from. All of them have different styles and different things that are good about them.
Let’s take a look and see which is the best gym in Nottingham!
Starting with the corporate gyms you have PureGym and David Lloyds.
PureGym is one of the cheapest gyms in the UK. They do this by having a minimal staff approach. There are only a small handful of people that run each of their gyms including a manager, assistant manager, and a team of personal trainers.
The small staff approach has its advantages and disadvantages. On the positive side, it keeps the business running costs low, hence they can put their membership prices so low. Their cheapest memberships price starts from just £9.99!
However, on the flip side, it makes PureGym less beginner-friendly as people may feel put off by not having the option of staff on-premises to help them. It could also lead to problems in situations like the covid pandemic whereby illnesses could be highly problematic for the running of the venues.
Another positive point is that PureGym is open 24/7 making it accessible to everyone, whether you need to have a workout in the early hours before work, or need a late-night session, the 24-hour access is ideal for all.
If you are a weight trainer then PureGym may not be for you. There are frequent reviews and complaints left on their sites saying that there are not enough weights, that the weights are not heavy enough, and that the weights area is too crowded.
Overall, we’d say that PureGym is best suited to those needing a cheap fix and who want a casual gym.
What about David Lloyds then?
Heading to the higher end of the corporate scale you have David Lloyd Leisure. With gym, spa and leisure facilities across the country with large member numbers, they are definitely doing something right!
Their gym facilities are similar in equipment to PureGym so similarly there if you’re looking for a good selection of weights then it may not be for you.
However, if you’re after a membership with a bit more luxury then David Lloyds is for you.
Having access to all those facilities does come with a hefty cost. Some of the facilities also have a waitlist due to their exclusivity so be you will have to enquire about a membership there.
Onto our independent gym nomination – Castle Gym Nottingham.
Castle Gym is the oldest hardcore gym in the city and also holds the most weights with over 10,000kg in the whole gym! They also have the most varied selection of free weights.
With a well equipped cardio room as well there are plenty of machines to cover all your workout needs in this gym.
Being a small business, the prices aren’t as low as the likes of PureGym, but what you get is worth the extra few pounds. What you get is a personal service! One that truly cares about its customers and wholeheartedly loves their gym. As a small business, it cannot offer you 24-hour access, but their hours are very generous.
Castle Gym also has a great range of personal trainers who will be devoted to giving you their best service to help you reach your fitness goals. With exercise regimes, dietary plans, and a caring attitude for your health and wellbeing you will truly benefit from everything this gym and its staff have to offer.
Another bonus to this independent gym in Nottingham is its flexible membership options, with a contract, pay as you go, and various other options you will definitely find one that’s right for you.
Overall, we have to conclude that Castle Gym is the best gym in Nottingham. Nothing can beat supporting a local business as well as the bonus factor of their excellent weights.
Head over to the Castle Gym website and check out their memberships today.
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