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Health Club Management
2019 issue 8

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Fitness expert, Matt Roberts, has chosen Pavigym’s PRAMA system to create an immersive, personalised workout experience at his new gym at The Langley hotel in Berkshire

The Langley’s gym – Matt Roberts at The Langley – utlises the Pavigym’s ‘dot station’
The Langley
Matt Roberts uses PRAMA

A former royal hunting lodge nestled in grounds landscaped by ‘England’s greatest gardener’, Capability Brown, The Langley offers the luxury and exclusivity of London’s finest boutique-grand hotel with its own unique character and setting.

However, the former country estate of the third Duke of Marlborough, with its Grade II listed 18th century outbuilding and picturesque surroundings not only offers hundreds of years of history and tradition, it’s also home to the most technologically-advanced gym solutions.

As part of the Luxury Collection’s commitment to being “the world’s most renowned assemblage of international hotels and resorts”, behind closed Georgian doors The Langley offers a state-of-the-art fitness suite designed by leading personal trainer and author, Matt Roberts.

Matt Roberts
Matt Roberts at The Langley, is the first of its kind outside London, as well as being among the first in the UK to offer interactive floor and wall units.

Having supplied the flooring solution, fitness and flooring manufacturers Pavigym was tasked with the installation of ist revolutionary interactive technology in order to create an immersive, personalised experience for both personal training and exclusive group classes.

Borrowed from their fully interactive PRAMA boutique fitness studio, the interactive dots on the floor and walls are designed to encourage users to train at their maximum potential, and help PTs adapt sessions to each exerciser.

Intended to be used in combination with other interactive stations, the “Dot station” works best as part of the PRAMA fitness studio, but is adaptable enough to be employed as a solution for a wide variety of needs.

Scientifically designed and tested, these interactive units are at the cutting edge of both technology and sports science and offer the most modern gym experience for personal trainers and users alike.

Designed and developed in Spain, the PRAMA studio aims to include anyone and everyone, helping all users to work at the limit of their own abilities.

PRAMA Shows
Roberts recognised its potential when he flew out to see the solution in action first-hand during a visit to one of Pavigym’s biannual PRAMA Shows. These events are run by the company to showcase its product to interested parties and allow potential partners to learn more, view the studio up close, and even try it out for themselves.

Matt Roberts at The Langley is one of a growing number of luxury UK gyms that have turned to Pavigym for more than just their premium flooring solutions. David Lloyd Leisure has installed six PRAMA studios in locations across the UK, and the interactive gym revolution shows no sign of slowing.

Find out more: support.uk@pavigym.com or call +44 (0) 1223 969870


Originally published in Health Club Management 2019 issue 8

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