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press release: Pulse Fitness

Pulse Fitness supports Neurokinex to enhance its spinal cord injury rehab programme

16 Jun 2023
The donation from Pulse Fitness of two Concept2 rowing machines to Neurokinex will enhance its lifechanging therapies for clients / Pulse Fitness
Leaders in fitness equipment manufacturing, Pulse Fitness has donated two Concept2 rowing machines to Neurokinex, a specialist activity-based neurorehabilitation charity, to provide vital support in the ongoing recovery of its clients.

Pulse Fitness is an award-winning fitness manufacturer providing top of the range solutions to both the leisure and private sector for over 40 years. Meanwhile, Neurokinex is a specialist organisation with sites at Bristol, Gatwick and Hemel Hempstead. Each of the specially equipped centres helps to enhance the lives of adults and children living with partial or complete paralysis.

As a not-for-profit organisation, Neurokinex relies heavily on donations, grants and funding programmes to safeguard its world-leading rehab programmes. Top quality equipment is key to its protocols and this donation from Pulse Fitness will enhance its lifechanging therapies for clients. The donated Concept2 rowing machines, worth over £1,000 each, have been specially adapted to support the broad range of client abilities present at Neurokinex. The machines are involved in the day-to-day training of Neurokinex clients and dependent on the client’s goals and capabilities, trainers can adapt how the client uses the machine to attain the best outcomes. The rowers are particularly beneficial for targeting global strength improvements of the core, upper and lower extremities and increasing cardiovascular fitness which is vital to reduce the risk of co-morbidites associated with spinal cord injury.

The machines will also play a key role in this year’s Step Up Challenge – the Neurokinex annual event that raises vital funds to keep its Step-Up Scheme open. An initiative that provides a lifechanging set of six free rehab sessions to adults and children with a new spinal cord injury, the Step Up Scheme provides a lifeline for newly injured people wanting to access the world-class Neurokinex facilities and expertise. It costs Neurokinex £420 per person to provide the Scheme and without donations it simply can’t continue.

This year’s Step Up Challenge will see the Neurokinex community kayak or row as far as they can go. Neurokinex trainer Laurence Green will attempt to kayak 250KM in a week while Neurokinex clients and trainers will aim to match his distance on the new Concept2 rowers.

“We are hugely grateful to Pulse Fitness for its generosity in giving us two Concept2 rowing machines,” says Harvey Sihota, Neurokinex CEO and founder. “We have been hoping to add rowing to our programmes for a while and within days of the rowers arriving, our trainers were busy adapting exercises to suit a range of clients. This is certainly a very versatile piece of kit and our clients will benefit greatly from this new way of exercising to build strength, improve core stability and raise their heart rate.”

“Over the last four decades, we have had the pleasure of installing and providing fitness equipment to a multitude of gyms, facilities and operators; seeing first-hand the positive benefits that movement and exercise can bring,” says Chris Johnson, Managing Director of Pulse Fitness. “So, it is a real honour to be working with Neurokinex who use the power of movement to create life-changing impacts each and every day. It has been great to see how the rowing machines are being incorporated into the training of different clients and how just one piece of kit can be used in so many different ways. We hope the donation continues to help clients at each of the centres progress in their individual rehabilitation journeys and we look forward to working with Neurokinex again in the near future.”
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press release: Pulse Fitness

Pulse Fitness supports Neurokinex to enhance its spinal cord injury rehab programme

16 Jun 2023
The donation from Pulse Fitness of two Concept2 rowing machines to Neurokinex will enhance its lifechanging therapies for clients / Pulse Fitness
Leaders in fitness equipment manufacturing, Pulse Fitness has donated two Concept2 rowing machines to Neurokinex, a specialist activity-based neurorehabilitation charity, to provide vital support in the ongoing recovery of its clients.

Pulse Fitness is an award-winning fitness manufacturer providing top of the range solutions to both the leisure and private sector for over 40 years. Meanwhile, Neurokinex is a specialist organisation with sites at Bristol, Gatwick and Hemel Hempstead. Each of the specially equipped centres helps to enhance the lives of adults and children living with partial or complete paralysis.

As a not-for-profit organisation, Neurokinex relies heavily on donations, grants and funding programmes to safeguard its world-leading rehab programmes. Top quality equipment is key to its protocols and this donation from Pulse Fitness will enhance its lifechanging therapies for clients. The donated Concept2 rowing machines, worth over £1,000 each, have been specially adapted to support the broad range of client abilities present at Neurokinex. The machines are involved in the day-to-day training of Neurokinex clients and dependent on the client’s goals and capabilities, trainers can adapt how the client uses the machine to attain the best outcomes. The rowers are particularly beneficial for targeting global strength improvements of the core, upper and lower extremities and increasing cardiovascular fitness which is vital to reduce the risk of co-morbidites associated with spinal cord injury.

The machines will also play a key role in this year’s Step Up Challenge – the Neurokinex annual event that raises vital funds to keep its Step-Up Scheme open. An initiative that provides a lifechanging set of six free rehab sessions to adults and children with a new spinal cord injury, the Step Up Scheme provides a lifeline for newly injured people wanting to access the world-class Neurokinex facilities and expertise. It costs Neurokinex £420 per person to provide the Scheme and without donations it simply can’t continue.

This year’s Step Up Challenge will see the Neurokinex community kayak or row as far as they can go. Neurokinex trainer Laurence Green will attempt to kayak 250KM in a week while Neurokinex clients and trainers will aim to match his distance on the new Concept2 rowers.

“We are hugely grateful to Pulse Fitness for its generosity in giving us two Concept2 rowing machines,” says Harvey Sihota, Neurokinex CEO and founder. “We have been hoping to add rowing to our programmes for a while and within days of the rowers arriving, our trainers were busy adapting exercises to suit a range of clients. This is certainly a very versatile piece of kit and our clients will benefit greatly from this new way of exercising to build strength, improve core stability and raise their heart rate.”

“Over the last four decades, we have had the pleasure of installing and providing fitness equipment to a multitude of gyms, facilities and operators; seeing first-hand the positive benefits that movement and exercise can bring,” says Chris Johnson, Managing Director of Pulse Fitness. “So, it is a real honour to be working with Neurokinex who use the power of movement to create life-changing impacts each and every day. It has been great to see how the rowing machines are being incorporated into the training of different clients and how just one piece of kit can be used in so many different ways. We hope the donation continues to help clients at each of the centres progress in their individual rehabilitation journeys and we look forward to working with Neurokinex again in the near future.”
More press releases and updates from Pulse Fitness:
Pulse Fitness is thrilled to announce the grand opening of its state-of-the-art showroom gym at the company's headquarters this March, which is a testament to Pulse Fitness' commitment to excellence in fitness equipment. 
Pulse Fitness is delighted to announce the return of Liam Lister to its team of industry talent. He has joined as director of regional sales.
In 2021, Pulse Fitness added to its ever-growing portfolio of leisure industry services with the launch of TRAKK, its connected fitness app.
This Autumn, Pulse Fitness completed a £2m (US$2.4m, €2.3m) renovation project to re-open the Killamarsh Community Centre in Derbyshire that had sat closed and redundant since the pandemic.
Over the last 15 years, Pulse has worked on over 2,000 UK projects supporting the fitness industry with its 360-degree leisure solutions. From installations and new site launches to fully comprehensive marketing campaigns for promotion.
Pulse Fitness: featured in HCM and Fit Tech magazines
Designing great training spaces requires product knowledge, inspired creativity and an understanding of the psychology of exercise. The experts explain their approach to Steph Eaves
Pulse Fitness has revitalised Strood Sports Centre for Medway Council
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Pulse Fitness
Tel: 01260 294600
Address: Radnor Park, Greenfield Road, Congleton, Cheshire , CW12 4TW, England
Chris Johnson, Managing Director
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Chris Johnson, Managing Director
Richard Sheen, Commercial Sales Director
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We work with a wide range of private club operators, universities, schools, leisure trusts right across the sector.

Our clients range from the likes of Third Space to University of Liverpool to Suffolk Coastal District Council.

We are also proud to be an official supplier to the Ministry of Defence.
Plans for the next 12 months
Each year, more and more consumers opt into the digital age of fitness to help keep them on track with their personal health journey. To ensure we are responding to this customer demand, this year we are continuing to enhance the development of our digital offering, TRAKK.

Dominik Rzadowski, UK Digital Sales Specialist was recently appointed to accelerate the growth of the TRAKK platform and provide a full 360 digital experience to operators and their members. Under Dom’s strategic lead, this year we will be enhancing the app with the introduction of features such as a class booking system, superior workout plans and automated account creation.

Looking ahead to the rest of the year, we’ll be adding new, market-leading products to our existing ranges and growing our most recent division, Pulse Resale. Resale was launched last year to enable customers to purchase fully serviced, pre-owned fitness equipment at a fraction of the cost and we’re looking forward to expanding this offering even further in 2023.
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"We have been thoroughly impressed by Pulse Fitness. Their equipment incorporates the very best in British design alongside some of the most innovative and advanced technology from around the world.

The team have truly understood the expectations of our members and have supplied strength training solutions which enhance our luxury offering."
– Rob Beale, Fitness Director, Third Space
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