Launching in 2019, Catalyst Fitness in the Gold Coast’s northern suburbs will be the first in the country to offer fitness for everyone, from beginners to gym goers.
The gym is a joint venture between Catalyst Fitness and Mountain View Fitness, with the former based in the city’s CBD and the latter in the south-west of the state.
“I think the idea is to give a great workout to people in a casual environment,” Catalyst CEO and co-founder Steve Boudreau said.
“I think it’s very unique in the sense that it’s not a gym for the hardcore, it’s a gym that everybody can come in and get fit.”
The facility will also cater for gym-goers with special needs.
Mr Boudoures gym will have three floors of fitness space with indoor and outdoor climbing, as well as a large indoor pool and a heated, dry gym.
The gym will also offer a fitness centre and fitness studio, with full-time staff and a full range of classes, Mr Boudous said.
Ms Boudounis fitness center will be open to the public, but it will also be available to clients who are part of Catalyst’s fitness group.
Mountain View Fitness owner Mike Wysocki said the gym’s opening was a key milestone for the area.
He said it was important for the Goldfields and the region as a whole to have a place for people to come together and get into fitness, and he welcomed the move to the Goldfield.
“I’m excited that we’re bringing our fitness program here to this area,” he said.
“We’re a little bit more conservative than a lot of other centres, so it’s definitely going to be a place where people will have a chance to get fit.