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Pure Fitness opens two new Hong Kong centres and launches online classes

Pure Fitness opens two new Hong Kong centres and launches online classes
June 24, 2020

With gyms in Hong Kong once again operating – with Coronavirus safety measures including partitions between exercisers – local brand Pure Fitness has highlighted confidence in the sector with the opening of two new clubs.

The two new clubs, one located in Kowloon and the other on Hong Kong island, follow Pure Fitness having also launched an online wellness program catering to the rising demand for at-home training during the COVID-19 lockdown..

The 3,047 metre² centre located at the International Trade Tower in Ngau Tau Kok - the group's second centre in Kowloon - includes athletic training turf, weight-training zones, boxing and kicking areas, stretching studios and spaces, and a cardio area.

The other centre, located in Wanchai, also offers group fitness and group cycling classes.

Pure Fitness’ Pure 360 Online Wellness Program features private online classes aimed at helping customers train and practice at home, achieve quicker progress and hit personalised goals, and stay committed to healthy eating.

Online classes include private yoga, personal training, and nutrition coaching services.

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