Next Gen has opened what can only be called “the jewel in the crown” among its six premises, opening a fully integrated wellness and lifestyle club in Canberra that incorporates the state-of-the-art ARTIS® range from Italy’s Technogym.
As the club General Manager explains: “Next Gen stands for health, lifestyle, wellness, in a comfortable, welcoming environment. Next Gen Canberra caters to a broad range of people seeking a polished, professional venue, whether that’s for relaxation or working out. With 27 tennis courts on four different surfaces, six squash courts, two swimming pools, indoor and outdoor, both heated, a crèche and restaurant, we are aiming to raise the fitness industry to the next level.”
“The Technogym fitout is in complete synergy with Next Gen – both focused on delivering the ultimate quality experience to members.”
Health & Fitness Manager, Matt Knox, is impressed with the versatility and sophistication of the Technogym ARTIS® range.
“The Next Gen gym is without question the pinnacle of the fitness industry nationally.
“Our trainers sign up members to Mywellness Cloud, and then we can monitor their progress, track their performance and develop their coaching programs, anytime, wherever they are (thanks to the Prescribe App, Ed).
“Our clients have been more than happy with the Technogym equipment and the difference it makes to their fitness. Not only does it look incredible and feel great, it allows clients to follow their personalised program and keep up to date with Facebook, emails, the news headlines, or surf the net.”
Designed and made in Italy, ARTIS® represents excellence in terms of design, biomechanics and interactive technology. Winner of the prestigious German Red Dot Design Award, ARTIS® is the first ever fully integrated collection of 30 cardio, strength and functional products. It is the first to redefine the exercise space with seamless design, connected experiences, the feeling of natural movement and the ability to reduce, recycle and renew energy.
“Feedback from members has been unanimously positive,” says Mr Knox. “They are fully supportive of our decision to implement Technogym.”