Our gyms are built to help people realize their goals and find their inner strength. We combine the most diverse amenities in the industry with the best personal training to deliver the ultimate fitness experience.

Our team of fitness experts take your fitness personally - and guarantee they'll help achieve the results you want. We'll look at your motivations, help you set goals and guide you on a journey to improve health, fitness and change the way you feel about yourself.

At pulse72 Gym you'll find all of the latest cardio and strength training equipment along with a dynamic group exercise program that includes classes like yoga, aerobics,karate, kickboxing, muscle endurance training and pilates. Most importantly, you'll find an energetic, supportive environment with all kinds of people who are committed to achieving their goals.

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Weight loss program

Eating a healthy diet is of key importance to your weight-loss success. The same can be said for a regular exercise program.

Ladies slimming program

Your body weight is controlled by the number of calories you eat and the number of calories you use each day.

Abdomen Reduction

It now appears that the most common and popular abdominal exercises may NOT actually be the best exercise for losing fat around the abdominal muscles.

Personel Training

Successful personal training means achieving your individual goals. We look at where you are now and where you want to be.


Move more, eat less—that's the adage of many a dieter. Yoga can help on both fronts.


Strength Training

There is an endless array of strength training programs and theories out there, much of it geared toward bodybuilders and advanced exercisers.

Cardio Kickboxing

It is the first fitness program based on professional kickboxing disciplines, coaching science, and mixed martial arts training concepts.

Cardio Karate

Cardio Karate is a fun, aerobic workout comprised of simple self defense techniques, punches and kicks. Students work at their own pace.


It seems like a hot new trend, but yoga actually began more than 3,000 years ago in India. The word yoga is Sanskrit (one of the ancient languages of the East).


Move more, eat less—that's the adage of many a dieter. Yoga can help on both fronts.