Listers Health a local ladies only gym based in the Historic Lister Mills building in the heart of Bradford has been shortlisted in one of the UK’s biggest fitness awards and are in the running for a prestigious national award.
The club has been shortlisted in the ‘Ladies only gym of the year category’ at the National Fitness Awards, an annual event which recognises excellence and achievement in gyms throughout the country.
The awards are organised in conjunction with leading fitness industry magazine Workout, with support from headline sponsor ServiceSport
When Maureen Coverdale Manager of Listers Health found out that her gym has made the shortlist of the ladies only category she was elated, she says: “To be shortlisted for such a prestigious award makes me and my team happy and truly grateful”.
The next stage involves a visit to each finalist by a member of the awards team, who will take a look around the facilities and chat to members and staff before compiling a comprehensive report.
This will then be passed on to an expert judging panel to decide the lucky winners. Trophies will be handed out at a glittering awards ceremony on Friday, December 1st, at The Athena in Leicester.
National Fitness Awards’ event director Judith Halkerston said: “All our shortlisted facilities should be really proud of their achievements in being chosen as a finalist as the calibre of entries has been amazing.”
Maureen adds: “We are going all out to impress and showcase first-hand the great work going on at our club and the excellent efforts put in by the Listers Health team.
“We’re up against six of the best ladies only gyms in the UK, so we have to be on the top of our game during this stage, and we are confident that we can win!”
Recenlty, Listers Health has grown by leaps and bounds, having doubled in size to become one of the largest studio based ladies only Gyms in Bradford.
“Maureen adds: “We’ve significantly invested in quality equipment, excellent and passionate staff. We’re wholly committed to delivering consistent quality by listening to the needs and wants of our gym users.”