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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
The Gym Group Plc LSE:GYM London Ordinary Share GB00BZBX0P70 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -4.00 -1.28% 309.00 308.00 312.50 315.50 304.50 310.50 35,525 14:25:22
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 80.5 -47.2 -23.1 - 513

The Gym Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/5/2021
14:49
Wrong thread
bionicdog
28/5/2021
14:03
piworld interview: Ken Wotton’s Investing Principles talks about Gym (GYM) at 20m43s Watch the video here: Https://www.piworld.co.uk/2021/05/28/piworld-interview-ken-wottons-investing-principles/ Or listen to the podcast here: Https://piworld.podbean.com/e/piworld-interview-ken-wottons-investing-principles/
tomps2
14/5/2021
13:20
It's only 40-50 minutes at a time. If I had to travel , I wouldn't do it like that. Just makes it easier to go heavy.
bionicdog
14/5/2021
13:15
3 times in one day, wow your serious.. been today also, bit of chest and arms but threw in some squats just to get that can’t walk feeling over the weekend .. have a nice weekend
bakedbean
05/5/2021
17:19
ATX Ram bar and Rogue Ohio power bar back in stock. Please contact me before ordering anything from Rogue Europe as it is a nightmare and there are additional charges for importing and paying in euros.
bionicdog
28/4/2021
13:18
You can pay 69 euros plus shipping plus import tax plus admin fee for this (you will need the one with the plastic insert). https://www.rogueeurope.eu/rogue-3-bar-gun-rack-eu Or you can get these. They are wide enough to accommodate the 2" end sleeves as well if you want to mount them like that. https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B08NSX2Q6Y?ref=ppx_pt2_dt_b_prod_image
bionicdog
25/4/2021
11:11
As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, the gym has only operated for c110 days out of the last 365 and although the intention was to reopen and continue trading once the Government restrictions were relaxed, a non-negotiable demand from the equipment finance company for the full repayment of the c£270,000 arrears on the leasing agreement has caused the Director to put the Company into administration (having been in a CVA for the previous 3 years). With the current value of the equipment being less than the value of the outstanding finance, it is likely that arrangements will need to be made for the return of the equipment in early course of the administration. Interested parties will need to be aware that it is very likely that they will need to re-kit the entire gym. Furthermore, current rent and service charge arrears including the March ’21 quarter are c£445,000 (+ VAT) and no agreement has been reached as yet with the landlord as to how to deal with the arrears or future rental payments should the gym reopen. This is likely to be vital to any purchaser as gym membership has fallen by approximately 2/3rds since March 2020 to c500 members which is not viable in the medium to long-term as contractual rent alone is over £300,000 per annum. The gym is not currently allowed to trade under Government regulations but the Joint Administrators do intend to bring a number of staff off furlough to enable the business to trade from 12 April (subject to the Government not amending its timetable for re-opening and suitable arrangements being made with both the landlord and the leasing company). They have engaged Williams & Partners Ltd to find a buyer for the business and goodwill out of administration as a going concern, or alternatively to find a buyer for the assets on a break-up basis (although we note that that at cost c£315,000 out of the £375,000 worth of equipment is encumbered).
albanyvillas
24/4/2021
14:33
The sit up bench would have been a steal for 45 , gutted they still don't do it .. maybe sometime soon now that gyms are open
bakedbean
24/4/2021
13:38
I'll put this in the header. https://strengthlevel.com/ Useful to see where you might end up and max amount of weights you will need.
bionicdog
24/4/2021
13:02
Try doing barbell press sit ups/crunches on a 45 degree decline with 40kg on the bar. A while ago York were selling this for £49 if you were prepared to have it in grey. It's actually a better colour , but I think that they were discontinuing it. https://yorkfitness.com/products/york-barbell-fts-adjustable-sit-up-board Nice bit of kit. All the FTS stuff is pretty good and rated as light commercial. You'll soon be doing all your sit ups 45 degrees uphill , then adding weight.
bionicdog
24/4/2021
11:55
Some great YouTube videos out there, I do an abs one titled "abs assault" 20 min intense ... also follow a guy called rowan Rowe ..Thing is .. u have to enjoy it otherwise it becomes a chore
bakedbean
24/4/2021
08:40
From Viz 30 years ago. "That new Cindy Crawford workout video is great. I've only had it a few weeks and I've already got a right arm like Arnold Schwartzenegger".
bionicdog
24/4/2021
08:33
I've got jelly arms now! I think I'm going to get back ijn the pool first.......2 miles with a leg float again before I challenge my arms with actual weight.
lageraemia
23/4/2021
17:57
There are cheaper options , but you have to go olympic at the very least. I think that a lot of people have given up on going to the gym , so can afford to reinvest their monthly fees for a few years. I don't think I'd do it so religiously if I had to go somewhere. Also , I get to break it down into 3 sessions in a day , so can go a bit heavier.
bionicdog
23/4/2021
13:36
It's all a bit pricey at the moment , not to mention mostly out of stock. Certainly no bargains about , but I suppose we are living in a different world now.
bionicdog
23/4/2021
12:08
great thread, bionic, added to my favourites.. Ill have a read through the links is due course as im in need of some new 'kit'
currypasty
23/4/2021
11:36
Strength Shop have some of their cheaper bars back in stock. https://www.strengthshop.co.uk/weights-bars/bars/olympic-bars.html
bionicdog
20/4/2021
19:51
What set up do you have at home and how do you rate it?
bionicdog
06/2/2021
15:31
Open gyms - safer then schools / shops / pubs - our nation plagued by poor health no wonder covid death toll so high - this share price will do well
danb45
16/1/2021
14:10
From The Times Business section today Rio Ferdinand, the footballer turned TV pundit, is set to join the board of Gym Group, the low-cost operator, as the company tries to recover from Covid disruption. The former Manchester United and England player will join as an independent non-executive director on February 1. Wais Shaifta, chief executive of online doctor and prescription service Push Doctor, will join in the same capacity. The company welcomed the “wealth of complementary business and life experience” the pair would bring. The Gym Group, which traces back to a west London site opened in 2007 by John Treharne, operates 184 gyms across the country. Ferdinand, 42, one of the most decorated English footballers, said: “This is an exciting new step for me. I am a passionate believer in the wide-reaching mental and physical benefits of living a healthy and active lifestyle. “I have been impressed at how The Gym Group is breaking down barriers to fitness by providing high quality gym facilities at low prices with a welcoming and inclusive culture. I look forward to contributing as a director to the next stage of growth.” In a separate announcement, the company said that revenues in 2020 fell by 48 per cent to £80.5 million as it lost 45 per cent of its trading days due to coronavirus restrictions. The company, which froze all gym subscriptions during the national lockdowns, said that membership fell by 27 per cent to 578,000, adding that no student members had remained from its 2019 sign-ups.
rp
16/1/2021
13:36
Rio Ferdinand onboard , Smart guy
john09
15/1/2021
08:03
Pre-close trading update for the year ended 31 December 2020 Financial Highlights -- Total revenue for 2020 was £80.5m (2019: £153.1m) with the Company losing 45% of the trading days in the year due to closure as a result of Government restrictions -- Year-end non-property net debt of £47.3m (Dec 2019: £47.4m); cash flow positive during post-lockdown trading periods with £3.8m of deferred rents outstanding at the end of 2020 -- Monthly cash burn (before expansionary capex) during the current closure period will be c.£5m; this is lower than the monthly cash burn of c £6m in the November lockdown as a result of recently announced Government grant support -- We have significant liquidity available under the Company's £100m bank facility. Given the ongoing impact from the latest lockdown and its implications for the operational reopening of our gyms, we have started discussions with our lending banks, who continue to be supportive, to review the future covenant tests relating to this facility
masurenguy
17/12/2020
07:18
Statement "As of 12 December 2020, the Company has all of its gyms open. On 2 December, all gyms in England were re-opened, following a 4-week national lockdown, including our sites in Tier-3 locations. In Scotland, nine of the Company's 13 gyms were closed for three weeks as a result of local restrictions but these gyms re-opened on 12 December. All three gyms in Wales are currently open. As part of the acquisition of 13 sites from easyGym in 2018, the Company acquired two sites that had limited remaining terms on their leases: London Oxford Street and Birmingham Kings Heath. The Company has now agreed new leases on both sites and will be paying the previously agreed contingent consideration in instalments up to the end of 2021. Following a major refurbishment, the London Oxford Street gym re-opened on 2 December." Notification of Trading Update The Company will be issuing a pre-close trading update on 15 January 2021.
masurenguy
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