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A private club with exercise facilities, also offering health and beauty treatments.
- ‘This hotel has a health club and is close to Belfast's shopping districts.’
- ‘There will be two restaurants, a health club with swimming pool and treatment rooms.’
- ‘There are really good masseurs in just about every beauty salon and health club in the country.’
- ‘There were so many GPs in residence that the health club had no spare lockers and the beauty spa was fully booked.’
- ‘He is not running a health club, he is running a pub.’
- ‘Consider joining a health club to broaden your access to different forms of exercise and meet new people.’
- ‘For many commuters, shower facilities at work or a nearby health club are essential.’
- ‘Get on a stationary bike at your local health club and pedal at a pace of 17 mph for three hours without a break.’
- ‘Debbie initially took up the sport on an indoor rowing machine at a local health club.’
- ‘The hotel sent me down the street to a health club because the hotel's workout room was under construction.’
- ‘Four wedding parties had to flee when a hotel health club went up in flames.’
- ‘That's why sports almost always makes people fitter than strict exercise at a health club.’
- ‘The health club has been reducing costs and the number of club openings.’
- ‘The 42-year-old is confident he can make the distance because he works out at the health club five times a week.’
- ‘My first stop there is the hotel's spa with its free-form tropical swimming pool and fully-equipped health club.’
- ‘There is no gym on site, but guests can use a nearby health club to burn off the effects of their decadent dining.’
- ‘We return to the health club or gym for the first time since last February.’
- ‘In between sessions, Tony returned to his health club to work out.’
- ‘In the evenings, she goes to her health club for aerobics and weight work.’
- ‘Before you join a private health club or hire a personal trainer, ask the person to show you his or her certification.’
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