New service enables you to get fit without leaving the office

New service enables you to get fit without leaving the office

By Maurice Garvey

WORKERS struggling to find time to get fit, won’t have to leave the office to train, thanks to a service offered by Tallaght-based company.

The Fitness Bar in St Dominics Shopping Centre, are celebrating their one-year anniversary, and have recently branched out to provide corporate training at commercial premises.

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The business was established by Goatstown man Dave Cafolla, whose flexibility stretches outside the fitness studio.
Dave said: “We can go out to companies that are interested in a corporate package, and have a bit of space.

Everything is fully-fitted out. We bring the weights, bikes, rowers, and pack it all up when it’s done and bring it away.”

Dave, a qualified personal trainer and strength and conditioning coach, has a passion for the fitness industry and says he “thrives on helping clients achieve their goals.”

“The one-on-one personal training is very popular and a key area. The business has escalated in recent months. Basically, we’re open 24/7. One of my clients does shift work, and is only available at certain times. If someone is willing to train, I’ll help them.”

Dave believes simple fitness methods are the most beneficial for people, eliminating the need for “extreme” training methods, and diets that can do more harm than good.

He continued: “Results will come to those who try hard – nothing is out of reach.”

Either Dave, or a qualified trainer, is available to cater for client’s at the studio.

The Fitness Bar provides one to one personal training session, buddy sessions, circuit training, TRX, spinning, group classes, corporate packages, tailored programmes and nutritional advice.

For further information, contact Dave at 087 4642666 or visit The Fitness Bar Dublin on Facebook.


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