An exciting workplace, where fitness is our focus and members come first. With hundreds of gyms nationwide, top quality equipment and over a million members who are prioritising their health and fitness more than ever before, there’s no better time to join the UK’s favourite gym.See PureGym Opportunities Become a Personal Trainer at PureGym
In 2009 we set about changing the gym industry and opened our first gym, focusing on what most people want from gyms - a great place to workout.
We now have over 260 gyms and 1 million members, and are a team of hundreds who work tirelessly to make things better for our members.
Staying at the forefront
While we may be leading the market today, we’re not complacent. We know we’re only as good as our members’ last visit so every day we try a little harder to be the best. We know our success has only been made possible by our amazing team of talented, passionate and committed people.
We live by our values. They guide our decisions and keep us focussed on the business plan.
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.