Fitness fans have been given a first look at what they can expect from the new Super Gym being created at Glasgow Club Kelvin Hall as part of a £35million shared sporting, cultural and academic development.
It will create one of the largest indoor sports facilities anywhere in Scotland as well as a shared museums and education resource centre, safeguarding the iconic building's future for years to come. As well as a state-of-the-art Super Gym, Glasgow Club Kelvin Hall will also be home to an eight-court multi purpose sports hall, three dance studios and a gymnastics hall, making it the biggest sports facility of its kind.
Glasgow Club Kelvin Hall will include the largest functional training space in the city, capable of hosting group classes for 20 people. There will be more than 100 cardiovascular, strength conditioning and fixed resistance stations including the very latest 'Unity' screens that provides keep fit fans with additional functions such as virtual training, while also allowing them to surf the web.