Preston-based personal fitness business, GYMWOLFPT, has undergone a rebrand as it bolsters its online offering.
The rebrand, which includes an online overhaul as well as a refreshed logo, better represents the GYMWOLFPT offering and its vision to grow.
Founded in 2017 by Ian Worthington, GYMWOLFPT offers both traditional face-to-face personal training, as well as an innovative online service. Its flexible and affordable online packages provide detailed and tailored personal training advice, including full coaching support, nutritional tips and exercise plans.
GYMWOLFPT also offers another online offering with its Get Fit Club, a fitness portal for both newcomers and experienced gym practitioners to access a wealth of information and advice on exercises and nutrition, created and collated by Ian.
Ian said: "This rebrand gives GYMWOLFPT the attractive image it deserves, since the business helps people, both locally and around the world, reach their fitness goals. The new look website makes it easier for people to access a wealth of information, as well as detailed and bespoke advice, based on an assessment of their needs and goals.
"We've begun implementing corporate fitness plans for organisations, which helps productivity, reduce lost workdays, as well as improve teamwork and employee morale.
"The business is really gathering momentum and we hope to expand the business further, welcoming new personal trainers to increase our face-to-face offering, as well as increasing our capacity to welcome new clients through our online personal training services."