Kinetica partners with Bannatyne Health Clubs
BANNATYNE HEALTH CLUBS SIGNS A THREE YEAR PARTNERSHIP WITH KINETICA SPORTS
Bannatyne Health Clubs is building on its holistic approach to health and wellbeing by signing a three year partnership deal with sport nutrition specialists, Kinetica Sports.
Now, Kinetica Sports is exclusive supplier of sports nutrition supplements to all Bannatyne Health Clubs across the UK.
Kinetica will supply its full range of high quality protein and convenience products, such as the MILKPROtein ready-to-drink shakes and PROTEIN + nutrition bars, to the 63 Bannatyne Health Clubs nationwide.
Bannatyne Health Clubs is the UK’s largest independent health club operator and the deal means that Kinetica products will be available to its 180,000 members.
As part of the deal, Bannatyne staff will be provided with training and educational workshops that will enable them to provide advice to members on the most appropriate course of Kinetica nutrition to help them meet their individual fitness goals.
Anthony Elliott, national operations manager for Bannatyne Health Clubs, said: “More and more people are using specialist nutrition to supplement their diets in order to meet their own dietary and fitness requirements.
“Our new partnership with Kinetica is part of our holistic approach to fitness that includes exercise, relaxation and nutrition. The advice that our staff will be able to give members will help them to be able to reach their fitness goals with greater effect.
“We believe in providing our members with the best of everything and this new partnership with Kinetica comes at a time of huge investment in the equipment and facilities at all of our health clubs.”
Barry Kelly, commercial manager at Kinetica Sports UK & Ireland adds: “We are delighted to align our brand with a highly reputable health club that champions quality in all that they do.
“This exciting partnership will enable us to market our range of leading sports and fitness supplements directly to Club members to help enhance their training goals.”
Pictured: Far back – Barry Kelly, commercial manager at Kinetica Sports UK & Ireland, Duncan Bannatyne and Anthony Elliott, national operations manager for Bannatyne Health Clubs