Kevin Doyle Signs for New Team!

 

A brand new Health, Fitness and Wellbeing facility is being introduced to Ireland and to Wexford this summer.  It will offer a personalised “Total Approach” that at it’s core provides customised, private, one to one and small group programmes.Membership for the Exclusive Club at Fit4All was launched today, with Kevin Doyle, one of the leading strikers in the UK Premiership with Reading FC and Wexford born and bred, becoming the very first member to Fit4All.  Membership will be limited in numbers to provide a uniquely private environment.  Members will enjoy facilities such as high spec equipment and personalised programmes, in luxurious and comfortable surroundings where privacy is key and with the personal attention of highly qualified personnel, offering inclusive nutritional and well being advice.

As well as the Exclusive Membership which is being launched today, the facilities of Fit4All can be experienced  through a range of Day and Overnight Fitness & Spa Packages or through a series of Courses and Programmes. 

Fit4All is located in the tranquil waterside setting by the River Slaney in Ferrycarrig, just outside Wexford Town.  The purpose built facility will feature a modern customised Training Studio and a Lodge for individuals on overnight programmes.

The whole Fit4All concept is the brainchild by Martyn & Shauna Lewis.  Shauna is from Wexford and is a qualified Masseur, while Martyn, a former Welsh semi-professional Rugby Player, is a highly qualified Fitness, Health & Nutrition Expert.  “With our skill pool and the unique facilities we are introducing at Fit4All we believe that a wide range of people will be interested in using the facility.  Basically anyone who has a keen interest in keeping fit and healthy, but looking for more private facilities and one on one attention, away from the usual distractions in life and away from the maddening crowds” stated Martyn.

The studio complex has been designed to the highest specifications with modern décor throughout and is located in the tranquil waterside setting by the River Slaney in Ferrycarrig, Wexford.  There is a wide range of equipment and facilities, carefully designed for fitness purposes, but with privacy, relaxation and luxury as careful components.

As first official Member of Fit4All, Kevin Doyle was really impressed with the attention to detail and the level of comfort and privacy that the facility will offer.  “I’m really thrilled to have a facility like this right on my doorstep.  I will definitely will use the facility on my visits back home both pre season and the odd time I can get home to Wexford during the season.  Not only that, I can see it being very popular with my friends living in Wexford.”

But you don’t have to be a one of the top scoring strikers in the Premiership to be able to afford the membership fees!  Exclusive Membership is not out of the way of everyone at just €1,100 per year, with no signing up fees.  This fee is inclusive of all personal training and nutritional advice, regular fitness assessment and programme review, complimentary use of robes & slippers, complimentary refreshments, papers and magazines.  And of course unlimited use of Sauna, Steam room, Canadian Hot Tub and Relaxation Area.

Further information on all the facilities, including the Holiday Lodge, Training Studio and the many programmes and activities on  offer are available on the website www.fit4all .ie for further information.

 

 

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