Gym Design
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We take a closer look at Trainyard Gym, the stunning street-art inspired, recently opened 3,500sq m Shangri-La health club in Hotel Jen, Beijing


In summer 2017, the 450-bedroom Hotel Jen Beijing launched in the Chinese capital’s central business district. And with this launch came a gym unlike any other in the city. Spread over two floors is a 24-hour fitness facility that boasts an ultra-modern interior design, vibrant graffiti artwork and floor-to-ceiling windows that offer breathtaking panoramic views of Beijing.

Conceived by Stickman Design, the Trainyard Gym features 11 dedicated workout zones, a 25m heated lap swimming pool with skylight, a Mixed Martial Arts area, sauna, steamroom, whirlpools, juice bar and several studio spaces – including a 30-bike spinning studio and a Pilates room.

Clifford Weiner, general manager of Hotel Jen Beijing, says: “There is no other fitness space like Trainyard Gym in Beijing and we are proud to be bringing this world-class health club experience to the city.

“It will be a place for local residents and foreign guests to connect, workout, push limits, and break boundaries together.”

Vibrant graffiti artwork is a central interior design feature of the gym
The Trainyard Gym also features a Mixed Martial Arts area, complete with a boxing ring
The gym offers 11 dedicated workout zones, a 25m lap pool, an extensive wet area, several studios and a juice bar
The gym offers 11 dedicated workout zones, a 25m lap pool, an extensive wet area, several studios and a juice bar
The treadmill cardio space is just one of 11 separate workout zones found in the ultra modern gym
The gym is spread over two floors at Hotel Jen Beijing and is open 24 hours
The interiors were created by consultancy, Stickman Design
 


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Health Club Management
2017 issue 11

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Gym Design

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We take a closer look at Trainyard Gym, the stunning street-art inspired, recently opened 3,500sq m Shangri-La health club in Hotel Jen, Beijing

Floor-to-ceiling windows offer panoramic views of the city
Vibrant graffiti artwork is a central interior design feature of the gym
The Trainyard Gym also features a Mixed Martial Arts area, complete with a boxing ring
The gym offers 11 dedicated workout zones, a 25m lap pool, an extensive wet area, several studios and a juice bar
The gym offers 11 dedicated workout zones, a 25m lap pool, an extensive wet area, several studios and a juice bar
The treadmill cardio space is just one of 11 separate workout zones found in the ultra modern gym
The gym is spread over two floors at Hotel Jen Beijing and is open 24 hours
The interiors were created by consultancy, Stickman Design

In summer 2017, the 450-bedroom Hotel Jen Beijing launched in the Chinese capital’s central business district. And with this launch came a gym unlike any other in the city. Spread over two floors is a 24-hour fitness facility that boasts an ultra-modern interior design, vibrant graffiti artwork and floor-to-ceiling windows that offer breathtaking panoramic views of Beijing.

Conceived by Stickman Design, the Trainyard Gym features 11 dedicated workout zones, a 25m heated lap swimming pool with skylight, a Mixed Martial Arts area, sauna, steamroom, whirlpools, juice bar and several studio spaces – including a 30-bike spinning studio and a Pilates room.

Clifford Weiner, general manager of Hotel Jen Beijing, says: “There is no other fitness space like Trainyard Gym in Beijing and we are proud to be bringing this world-class health club experience to the city.

“It will be a place for local residents and foreign guests to connect, workout, push limits, and break boundaries together.”


Originally published in Health Club Management 2017 issue 11

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