The Sports Center at Chelsea Piers in New York City
By Richard Zowie
premier New York City fitness facility believes that the best way to keep up with and surpass the competition is to stay on the cutting edge and constantly look for ways to improve products and services.
This is accomplished by listening to what your customers have to say and giving them what they want. After all, satisfied customers turn into repeat customers who, in turn, tell their family, friends and acquaintances.
New York City's Sports Center at Chelsea Piers stays on top by offering customers a wide gamut of ways to work out along with programs that help them to get in shape and stay in shape.
Located in Manhattan's Chelsea waterfront area at 19th Street and the Hudson River, the sports center features countless amenities for every fitness need. Besides the pool, they include a quarter-mile indoor running track, two class studios and more than 100 group fitness classes each week, a 10,000-square-foot indoor rock climbing wall, the only indoor sand volleyball court in New York City, 20,000 square feet of cardio and strength training equipment, a boxing ring and circuit, three indoor basketball and volleyball courts, and two Hudson River sundecks.
Finding an exercise to do at the Chelsea Piers Sports Center is easy. Besides more than 100 classes, there are opportunities to work out with a personal trainer or take a break in the café and network with other members. And for those who like to stay on top of technology, there's also the complimentary Wi-Fi service.
When it comes to personal fitness training, the sports center has more than 40 highly trained and certified trainers to help members reach their personal health and fitness goals. They offer several personal fitness training options: certified personal trainers, exercise physiologists, athletic trainers, post-rehab specialists, strength and conditioning specialists and experts in sport-specific training regimens.
The club also offers training for those new to exercise who need training techniques to achieve a desired level of fitness. For those who desire a more challenging level of training, there's P.I.E.R. (Performance Improving Exercise Regimen) featuring trainers in sport-specific training who can help clients achieve their fitness goals or a desired physical performance. There's also the Elite Personal Training, where club members can train with top personal trainers who are regarded as experts and have the highest levels of certifications along with advanced degrees.