Does Worthing really need another gym in the town?

The owners of Teville Gate near Worthing Railway Station have submitted plans for the site – including flats, a hotel, a gym, a supermarket, shops and restaurants.

Tuesday, 5th March 2019, 12:43 pm
Updated Tuesday, 5th March 2019, 12:55 pm
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But does Worthing really need another gym in the town? Here we round up all the gyms we could find that currently exist in the town.... You can read more about the Teville Gate plan here

This women's only gym is located above Anglian Windows in Broadwater. The gym is pictured here after winning Worthing Herald Gym of the Year
This 24/7 gym is pretty much opposite the Teville Gate site
This 24/7 gym opened in the old Brantano shop in Lyons Farm in December. This streetview is taken before it opened but it gives you an idea of the location!
Based at the Broadwater campus of MET College aka Northbrook College, this has a gym, weights zone and studio
This independent gym opened in 2003. Pictured here is the National Citizens Service group doing a sponsored bike ride back in August 2018.
Owned by South Downs Leisure, it is one of five gym facilities as part of Fit4 in Worthing
This is another one of the gyms included in the Fit4 membership
This budget gym is owned by Impulse Leisure and is located in what was once Somerfield in the Guildbourne Centre
This popular members only leisure centre offers gym facilities, a swimming pool, and tennis courts
This town centre gym is over two floors and also houses the G X Martial Arts Academy
Owned by South Downs Leisure, this is another of the five Fit4 facilities
This has three swimming pools as well as a gym and fitness rooms. This is part of Fit4
This small gym has been running for more than 20 years
Located in Horton Buildings, this is a personal training and transformation studio
This small gym has a fitness suite area as well as a weights area