Competition: Win a year-long membership at Crouch End Virgin Active Health Club

To celebrate the re-launch of Crouch End Virgin Active Health Club, we are offering two readers the chance to win a free yearlong membership at the club.

Crouch End has undergone a multimillion pound refurbishment project and has been entirely revamped with brand new state-of-the-art facilities.

You will have the chance to work out in an extended gym floor, which has been updated with revolutionary equipment including The Queenax Training System, an innovative and multi-functional climbing frame on which you can swing, hang, do tractions, and even eliminate or moderate the effect of gravity.

The club has also introduced the Wattbike, which uses technology to analyse every pedal turn, enabling users to perfect their technique and balance, and the Woodway Curve, the world’s first green treadmill, powered by users and providing the closest experience to outdoor running.

Crouch End has over 6,000 class attendees a month who can now go in-door cycling in a dedicated studio which has been extended to double its original size with 41 brand new in door bikes. Whether it’s Burn 360 or twentyfour, you could win the chance to get fit in brand new class studios which have been fully refurbished to provide an enhanced user experience and ambience for members.


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After working out on the gym floor or in the class studios, you will also be able to take time out and relax in the club’s new and luxurious spa area, which has a steam room and sauna.

But don’t worry; you will be able to freshen up and get changed in luxury, with the brand new changing rooms which have been fitted with new showers, lockers and luxury changing facilities, including GHD hair straighteners.

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Damon Walmsley, General Manager of Virgin Active Crouch End, said: “It is hugely exciting to reveal our new look and feel club to the community. On behalf of the team, I want to thank our lovely members for their patience during the refurbishment. We hope the new facilities were worth the wait and will inspire and motivate more local people to enrich their lives through activeness.

“At Crouch End we have got everything you need to get your fitness up and running - from gym floor workouts to group exercise classes and a mind and body studio. Or for those who just want to relax after a busy day, our luxurious swimming pool and steam room is a real treat to visit”.

Jonny Quinn, drummer for chart topping rock band Snow Patrol and local Crouch End resident, said: “The Crouch End Virgin Active is the best health club I have visited on my travels around the world. I have noticed the effect my trainer Olli has had on my results in a short space of time – I love the new look and feel”.

To win, a year-long membership at Crouch End Virgin Active Health Club, just tell us which rock band Virgin Active member Jonny Quinn (pictured) belongs to. Deadline is 5pm Thursday October 2. Send answers to chance2win@hamhigh.co.uk

For membership enquiries at Crouch End Virgin Active Health Club, visit virginactive.co.uk/clubs/crouch-end or call 0208 587 3700.

Standard Terms and Conditions for Promotional Competitions for Virgin Active

1. The prizes in the competition are; A year’s (12 consecutive months) free membership at Virgin Active.

2. This competition may be entered by persons of 18 years or over who are resident in the UK, the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man. Winners will be subject to the successful completion of a Pre Activity Questionnaire and acceptance of the Virgin Active Club Rules as amended from time to time. Winner will also have to sign the twelve month membership contract paperwork although no payment will be taken.

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