Recently, The Point Health & Fitness gym in Hall hosted its open house. Numerous guests accepted the invitation and gratefully accepted the opportunity to try out the new EGYM equipment and celebrated the 25th anniversary of the gym.
LIVING ROOM. New EGYM equipment has recently been added to The Point Health & Fitness gym. The devices are smart: the device recognizes the person through a personalized wristband and immediately adapts to the client. At the open day in the studio with the possibility of testing, many interested people did not miss the opportunity to test the new devices. Whether for bodybuilding, general fitness or circuit training, EGYM devices are precisely tailored to the individual. The fitness data of each person is tested in the “EGYM-Hub”. Height, weight, mobility, metabolic age, and biological age are ruled out. The team is supportive and always available to answer questions. A total of 16 new EGYM devices were purchased to simplify customer training. “First of all, we wanted to send a signal after the crisis mood, which we hope to put behind us now. Of course it was a brave decision, but you have to accept the challenges and see to what extent there is support,” explains operator Marcus Robatsch, who sees many advantages for his customers. “Many sources of error are simply eliminated with the new devices. The seat and weight are automatically adjusted and the customer has various reference points to train correctly,” says the fitness expert, who has already received many positive comments about the new equipment. .
25 years of The Point Health & Fitness
In the last five years there have been some changes and innovations in the study. New showers and changing rooms, renovation of the sauna area, cozy lounge or physiotherapy and healing massages are offered directly in the studio from 2021. The new EGYM devices are available from June this year. On the open day of the studio, the ’25 years’ anniversary was duly celebrated together with the developed clients and you can celebrate that from time to time,” says Robatsch. Long-standing members who have been loyal to The Point for over 20 years were honored that day.Afterwards, owner Marcus Robatsch opened the buffet with delicacies from Ron’s butcher Brindlinger, DJ Tom Deluxe provided the best music and a good atmosphere.
Challenge of the energy crisis
Regarding the high electricity prices, Robatsch explains that he is also affected by the high energy costs, which is why the hours of the saunas have been reduced since June. “The power requirement of the study team is not the problem, but our sauna is a big problem. We had to reduce sauna times to reduce costs,” Robatsch concludes.
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