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7th July 2021

York Sport signs partnership agreement with YOUR Personal Training to support high demand for expert PT’s


York Sport has signed a 12-month partnership agreement with YOUR Personal Training to support its recovery post lockdown. The agreement will help many of the leisure operator’s 8,000 members to access exceptional personal training. 

York Sport operates sport and leisure facilities at the University of York, including two sites with gym facilities; York Sport Village and York Sport Centre. The partnership will see YOUR Personal Training providing PT services at both locations.

Ashley Smith, Senior Operations Manager at York Sport says: “Since 2012 we have developed and delivered exceptional facilities and services to the local community, staff and students.  We want to provide outstanding Personal Training services to our members too, but our current focus is on covid recovery, member experience and retention; we are keen to meet and exceed the expectations of all our members and for this reason we are really excited to be expanding our offer alongside YOUR Personal Training. 

“We are not looking for quick sales and low retention; this agreement has been made on the basis that PT's provide a quality, premium service to those who require such.  As life slowly returns to normal, the demand for Personal Training has increased hugely. This partnership agreement with YOUR Personal Training will contribute towards our collective goals and targets by allowing us to meet PT demand with a dedicated team of Personal Trainers, who will be able to provide sessions to members at times which suit them best.”

Aaron McCulloch, Managing Director, YOUR Personal Training says: “Quite rightly, York Sport wants to focus on its Covid-19 recovery by looking after as many members as possible. This partnership enables us to provide services to meet that demand whilst York Sport focusses on general member welfare and care.”