Win year's membership to Everyone Active gym in Clevedon

PUBLISHED: 15:41 31 January 2018 | UPDATED: 15:41 31 January 2018

Everyone Active Stadium general manager, Noel Hickman.

Everyone Active Stadium general manager, Noel Hickman.

Archant

If you have been struggling to stay motivated to get fit this January then the Times is giving away the perfect tonic with a 12-month free gym membership.

Everyone Active Stadium, in Davis Lane, is offering a year’s membership complete with monthly assessments and fitness checks.

The membership also includes free use of the Everyone Active app, personal online planner and QR readers on the gym equipment to record progress.

The in-depth, regular fitness checks include reading body fat percentage, muscle mass, water content, bone density, lung function and blood pressure.

Everyone Active first opened its doors in Clevedon in 2015 following a £500,000 project to revamp the former Vibe nightclub.

It now boasts more than 60 pieces of modern fitness equipment including Watt Bikes, a PowerPlate and TechnoGym cardio kit.

The facility also has a weights area and virtual workout room featuring a range of Les Mills programmes such as Body Combat, Bodypump and RPM Spin.

Outside there is a full-size 3G football pitch, also used by Clevedon Town Football Club, available to hire.

Everyone Active Stadium was also shortlisted in the National Fitness Awards last year for its community involvement.

The Times has teamed up with Everyone Active to offer one lucky reader a 12-month free membership to its Clevedon gym.

A free month pass and a two-week pass to Everyone Active Stadium are also on offer as second and third prizes respectively.

To be in with a chance of winning, answer the simple question below before the competition deadline of 10am on February 8.

Usual Archant rules apply and the editor’s decision is final.

By entering this competition you agree to be contacted by Archant.

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