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PureGym PT and Fitness Careers

Join the biggest fitness operator in the UK

Everybody is welcome at the UK's favourite Gym

Why work for PureGym?

  • I am proud to be part of a business that motivates people to live healthier lives. It’s this that keeps us shoulder-to-shoulder in our shared mission to inspire a healthier nation. For self-employed Personal Trainers that engage with PureGym, we have an incredible support network, who have delivered over 100 hours of webinars over the lockdown period as well as seen more than 200 PTs through our accredited Business Award and Advanced Business Award. If you are passionate about the positive difference that fitness and wellbeing can make in people’s lives, then PureGym is the place for you.

    Eve Sukhnandan

    Chief People Officer

PureGym's Values

All in their own words...

  • DELIGHT

    Every person, every visit, every interaction - be the best we can be. Whether you’re based in one of our Central Support functions or our Gyms, it’s up to us to give you a great place to work - this way your focus stays where it should be, on delighting our members.

  • PLAY TO WIN

    Never be complacent or lose our underdog mentality - results matter. This isn’t just a strap line, it’s a way of thinking and it keeps the competitive edge sharp in our business. We’ve achieved many firsts in the UK fitness industry.

  • SHOULDER TO SHOULDER

    Challenge, support, trust, encourage and believe in each other. We stick together to take on the world! Our culture is driven all the way through our business from our CEO in London.

  • SWEAT THE DETAILS

    Step-by step, moment-by-moment, go the extra mile. It’s the tiny details that got us where we are today. It’s important that you have an attitude that drives continuous momentum and improvement through a focus on the details in your role.

  • KEEP MOVING FORWARD

    Try new things, learn from mistakes, kick the moving ball. If ideas don’t work it’s okay. We steer clear of blame culture here, we all make mistakes. As long as we share and learn from them our mistakes eventually lead us to innovation.

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