London, UK (PRWEB UK) 2 January 2013
The centre is perfectly located a few minutes’ walk from Stratford tube station and the now famous Olympic Park. It’s a local community hub where all local residents can enjoy getting healthy and working on their fitness. This is just one of the many local gyms in London which have signed up to the payasUgym.com service.
The payasUgym.com access programme is a new concept which has revolutionised how people visit the gym. It is the flexible and affordable alternative to regular gym membership, turning the traditional membership system on its head and creating pay as you go gyms throughout the country. Customers simply need to sign up online, purchase credits, and then spend those credits booking sessions at the gyms of their choice. There are hundreds of pay as you go gyms to choose from and some offer 1 monthly and 3 monthly passes as well as single day sessions.
When talking about his company, CEO Jamie Ward explains “We’re trying to be as inclusive as possible, offering the most flexible gym option on the market. We began with gyms in London but have spread further afield and want to encourage as many people as possible to work on their fitness. The Carpenters and Docklands Centre Gym is the newest member of the payasUgym.com club and this will not only attract new customers to the website but will also raise the gym’s profile”.
For further information or interview opportunities contact:
Tel: 07591 922242
Email: simon (at) payasugym (dot) com
Notes for editors:
payasUgym.com is the world’s largest gym access programme providing people with greater opportunities to participate in sport and fitness. The payasUgym.com website offers a range of flexible options to use hundreds of existing gyms and health clubs ranging from discounted day passes, short term membership options and outdoor training. Customers simply create a free online account, top it up with credit and then use this credit to buy passes for gym use at any participating gym or health club without the need for inductions or joining fees. The service is supported by a free iPhone application.