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Founder and owner of Fit Club David Gomez from Mallorca started his journey into the health and fitness business early in life. At the age of 19 he started studying marketing and business at east London university. While he achieved his qualifications, he continued studying a variety of health and fitness courses. While on this journey he was constantly in different gyms around the world gaining experience in the health and fitness industry. The wide range of gyms he visited gave him the focus and determination to one day own his own gym in Mallorca. In 2016/2017, he decided to go for a 3 month vacation to Thailand where he trained at many gyms. Here is where he finally came up with the idea of his perfect gym, Fit Club.
This would be a gym where clients where not just a number but a person. The friendly and professional staff of the small gyms in Thailand treated him as a member of their fitness family, something that he had never experienced in Mallorca. With this in mind Fit Club was invented, not just a gym but a club, a group of people who want to be a part of the fitness world, growing together and pushing each other. Alongside helpful staff on standby for anyone who needs assistance in achieving their goals.
By visiting different gyms around the world, he soon came to see the best pieces of equipment that gyms used. He would have the same and more. Where some gyms lacked in certain areas he would not. With this knowledge, he managed to get the latest technology in gym machines, accessories, and dumbbells combined with a functional training room, knowing that the industry has evolved. More and more people are training in different ways functional (body weight), conventional training etc.
When you join Fit Club you have access to all of our classes which involve, functional fit, yoga, Pilates, body power and more. You also gain access to our saunas, male and female separated, and sun beds which are free to use.
At Fit Club we also have our relaxing lounge where you can order freshly made protein shakes blended with fruit and oats, different snacks, and browse our supplement store. We have all the supplements you could ask for, from different variety proteins and protein flavours to BCAA, l-glutamine, fat burners, flavoured oat flour and much more.
Fit Club is here for you, to discover the new you, to help you on your way to achieve your goals. We are open 7 days a week and our professional and friendly staff are always on standby to help you with any questions you might have about the health and fitness world. Come and visit us, everyone is welcome.
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State of the art equipment
We have the best selection of machines on the island. Simply tell a member of staff which body part you would like to work and they will show you a range of machines chosen specifically to help achieve your goals.
Seated Cable Row
The seated cable row will improve your core muscles and condition the muscles in the back.
Glute Pendulum Swing
This machine targets all the major muscles in and around the hips. The machine can be adjusted to work in the lateral (sideways) and frontal (forwards/backwards) plane. There are support handles which which help you to maintain balance and control throughout.
Bicep Curl Machine
A great machine for isolating the biceps. Place the upper arms onto the pad and hold onto the handles. Slowly flex the arms and squeeze at the top before slowly returning down back to the start position.
Seated Tricep Push Down
Lying Leg Curl
This machine targets the hamstring muscles whilst laying in a prone position on the bench.
Seated Calf Raise
The seated calf raise is great for emphasising the deeper soleus muscle of the calf
Seated Leg Curl
This machine focuses on isolating the hamstring muscles located at the back of your legs
Glute Extension Machine
This machine targets the glutes and works uni-laterally (1 leg at a time). The chest pad makes it even easier to keep the body in the required fixed position needed to really emphasize the tension in the glutes (ass cheek).
Tips: Try to avoid any excess swinging of your back when performing any of the exercises
Pec Deck Machine
This machine focuses on isolating the chest muscles for maximum strength and growth. Sit back onto the seat and grab the handles together. Keep your arms straight and your elbows soft. Slowly lower the weight by opening your arms and chest until you feel a stretch across your chest muscles. Slowly squeeze the chest and return back to the start position.
Seated Shoulder Press
The seated shoulder press focuses on build the strength of the front head of the shoulders by mimicking an overhead pressing action under fixed control
Tips: Try not to over-arch your back when performing this exercise
Chest Fly Machine
The chest fly machine focuses on isolating the chest muscles for maximum strength and growth. Lay back onto the seat and grab the handles together. Keep your arms straight and your elbows soft. Slowly lower the weight by opening your arms and chest until you feel a stretch across your chest muscles. Slowly squeeze the chest and return back to the start position.
Tips: Keep your elbows soft and your arms tense throughout
The adductor machine is a great machine which isolates the muscles on the inner thigh.
Tips: Keep your back straight and try to maintain good posture throughout.
Seated Machine Row
A great exercise which focuses on conditioning the biceps and upper back. Place the chest onto the pad and grab the handles. Keep the chest against the pad as you pull your arms into the sides of your body, squeezing the back muscles together before returning the arm back into an extended position
Tips: Keep the back straight throughout the movement
Lateral Shoulder Raise
This machine isolates the medial head of the shoulders
Tips: Keep the weight to a moderate level and perform the movement slow and controlled throughout
Leverage Squat Machine
A great machine which targets all the major muscles of the legs. The machine mimcs the squat movement and can be made more difficult by adding extra weight plates on each end.
Tips: Try to keep the movement under strict control throughout in order to avoid any joint stress.