Grangemouth gym re-opens for clients who need a wee bit of help keeping fit

The Feelgood Centre and its handy power assisted fitness machines have finally opened back up to those who are looking for a low impact, safe, socially distanced workout.

By James Trimble
Monday, 3rd May 2021, 3:39 pm

In line with national easing of lockdown restrictions the centre, in Dundas Street, Grangemouth has been given the go ahead to doors again today.

Those people who booked their place at the power assisted exercise facility will be able to get to work.

A spokesperson for the centre said: “All appointments times are just the same there are no changes and this is the same for people that have booked in for a free trial. We ask people to please have their face mask on before coming in.

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Grangemouth Feelgood Centre features power assisted gym equipment

"Once you are inside, we will take your temperature first before you put your personal belongings away. Then people sanitise their hands and off they pop to get exercising.

“Please remember, everyone still has to keep to social distancing and please keep to your appointment time. If you are going to be late, please do not come or turn up because we can’t squeeze you in – you can call to rebook another appointment.

Since it opened the Feelgood Centre has had great results helping people of all ages cope with hip replacements, knee injuries and arthritis.

Ideal for people with medical conditions, limited movement and for those who do not feel confident enough or able to attend a gym, the Feelgood Centre has a dozen power assisted exercise machines to help people enjoy a low impact workout without causing any pain, discomfort, or over stretching to muscle and joints.