Gweru– A fitness facility Studio X Gym last week commemorated 1 year anniversary in its pursuit for health living The Observer Sport can report.
Prospects for expansion are on the horizon according to Studio X Manager, Stacy Young said of the gym which was established last year.
“We have room to expand the gym as we look forward to expand the gym with more body building exercises. So looking at our anniversary our attendance was not that good but we are happy we managed to get new registration.
“During athletics season we usually have sport people and school children from Midlands Christian College (MCC) who come to train with Kundai our aerobics trainer and an estimated number of 8-50 students are accommodated with this facility during the summer season,” she said.
Minors are discouraged to go for weight lifting at the gym.
“As for children they only come for aerobic classes and running fitness we don’t allow them to go for weights because it is dangerous for them but we accommodate them in lighter body training exercise. Our team has been joined by Khulekani Ndlovu who competed in the body building finalists in Harare.” she said.
Proactive trainer and Guest coach, Paul Vela said the way in which Studio X grew was amazing the gym had managed to acquire state of the art equipment.
“I have been invited to many gyms but I am amazed with the level of growth I have seen at this gym as they managed to acquire most of the equipment in short period of time. Everything from functional fitness to weight training is intact.
“Having all these facilities being housed under one roof it’s so amazing. So in other words looking at the gym we can say all equipment is adequately supported and the fact that they integrated kids also its formidable because a lot gyms don’t bring in kids or activities for children.”
“I say well done to them so I cannot give them five years because they have proved to be a pro -house in the country and given the next 2-3 years I tell you a lot of sportsmen are going to be here,” he said. Vela added that the generation of gym in Zim