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EXF chosen by Third Space to supply storage and functional rig solutions
11 Oct 2018 . BY Lauren Heath-Jones
EXF created a completely bespoke storage solution at Third Space Soho
EXF has been awarded a new contract with luxury London Health Club group, Third Space, to supply innovative storage and bespoke functional training rig solutions at their Soho club and the new brand City club.

Third Space City includes a stunning 112sqm functional training rig. The rig was built-to-measure to fit in with the look and feel of the new club whilst also being an integral part of the gym floor offering. EXF also created a bespoke boxing rig for the new combat studio which incorporates six heavy duty boxing bags on a sliding rail system, and a further studio rig with inclusive storage. Finally, to complement the City club’s weight training provision, EXF has supplied performance racks and a performance lifting floor.

At Third Space Soho, the EXF team delivered a completely bespoke storage solution for their functional training equipment. Specially designed for the Soho club, the unit has been created to fit the specific equipment and the design allows additional capacity to be added at a later date. The shelves have been designed to ensure that specific dumbbells, kettlebells, slam balls and other equipment fit perfectly. The equipment is easy to access, and the member experience is enhanced as each storage unit is clearly labelled.

“We have been thoroughly impressed by EXF throughout this process,” says Rob Beale, Fitness Director for Third Space. “The team truly understand the expectations of our members and have created bespoke solutions which enhance our luxury offering. The expertise they have is second to none and we look forward to working with the EXF team as we continue to develop our brand.”


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