Chesterford Research Park welcomes new face to the Nucleus team

PUBLISHED: 07:43 31 July 2010

Frankie Brady

Frankie Brady

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THE fitness centre at Chesterford Research Park has moved to strengthen its team with the appointment of a new assistant manager.

THE fitness centre at Chesterford Research Park has moved to strengthen its team with the appointment of a new assistant manager.

Frankie has a number of years experience in the health and fitness industry, most recently with Nuffield Health, where she worked as a personal trainer.

Deciding on a career within the fitness industry from a young age, her aim has always been to support clients reach their health and fitness goals in an enjoyable and sustainable way.

Frankie has a National Diploma in Sports Studies from Cambridge Regional College, in addition to which she has also gained industry standard qualifications in gym instructing, personal training and nutrition and weight management.

The air-conditioned gym at the Nucleus Fitness Centre at Chesterford Research Park is fully equipped with:

• cardiovascular and resistance machines

• extensive selection of free-weights, resistance bands and stability balls

• dedicated stretch area with Vibroplate

• diverse range of classes including circuits, spinning, aerobics, body pump and kettle bells.

A variety of membership options are currently available from as little as £32.50 per month.

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