Starting on Monday, May 29, the programme of improvements will include a fully refurbished space with the latest equipment from Life Fitness and Indigo Fitness, as well as cardio and fixed resistance machines, multi-functional training rigs, colour-coded training zones and enhanced audio and visual solutions.
The redeveloped spaces will also feature the latest technology including Myzone, an accurate fitness tracker and online social platform that rewards effort for all physical activity.
With the facilities closed from Friday, May 26, work is due to continue until Saturday, July 1. All other activities will still be available.
Commenting, Lesley Hadden, ANGUSalive project lead, said: “With the new fitness spaces already delivered in Arbroath, Brechin and Montrose receiving such positive feedback, we are confident this will be a major hit with the local community.
"We hope people enjoy it as we look to inspire people to be healthy, active and creative with us in Angus.”
Derek Whamond, community campus operations lead, said: “The team are excited about this news and can’t wait to throw open our doors to members when the work is complete.
"A gym is more than just a place to work out, it’s a community and a space to invest in your physical and mental health, where the benefits go way beyond the four walls.”
This latest gym refurbishment follows other major renovations that ANGUSalive have completed in the last 12 months at Arbroath Sports Centre, Montrose Sports Centre, and Brechin Community Campus as part of a significant investment programme to upgrade and revitalise its Sport & Leisure portfolio.
Other redevelopment plans for the ANGUSalive portfolio include redevelopment and upgrades to Carnoustie Sports Centre, with more details being announced shortly.