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January Promotion at JAGS Sports Club will extend to this weekend... call today for a free trial!

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Build exercise in to your weekly routine and you'll be amazed how quickly you start feeling great, with more energy and the ability to sleep better. Feeling a bit daunted about taking the plunge in to fitness? Don't worry! JAGS Sports Club has multiple options to get you motivated and offers a very supportive, inclusive environment.

Membership at JAGS Sports Club includes use of all facilities inclusive of the pool, tennis courts, squash court, gym, free weights studio, CycleFit studio, badminton courts and climbing wall (providing you are a certified climber).

In addition, members get unlimited access to classes including Yoga, Pilates, Zumba, CycleFit, Hot Yoga, Body Conditioning, Circuits and Cardio Tone.

Adult members benefit from discounts on adult courses (climbing, tennis and trampoline), whilst family members also get priority booking on kids term courses and discounts on kids HKC and term time courses. Teen classes (TeenFlex, TeenBox, TeenCycle and Youth Gym) are included in family membership.

JAGS Sports Club is the best facility in the area but don't just take our word for it... try for yourself and see! Drop us a line on 020 8613 6500 and arrange a free trial.

Find out more details at www.jagssportsclub.co.uk

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