The AFL Umpires’ Association is delighted to announce a new corporate partnership with Goodlife Health Clubs to be included as part of it’s Member Benefits Program.
Goodlife Health Clubs was established in 2002 and has now become one of Australia’s fastest growing gym networks, with 66 locations across the nation. Each club provides flexible and affordable memberships towards the use of quality services and facilities aimed to encourage a healthy and active lifestyle.
The new partnership with Goodlife Health Clubs enables AFLUA full members to purchase a Goodlife Health Club membership at any club nationwide, at a discounted rate. This exciting offer available to AFL umpires provides access to facilities at an affordable price, enabling them to maintain their fitness at the elite level that is required for them to perform at their best on game day.
AFL boundary umpire and Goodlife Health Club Group Fitness Manager, Nick Liparota initiated the partnership, he believes the benefit for all AFLUA members is that “no matter where you are there is a gym for you. Goodlife have 23 in Queensland, 20 in Victoria, 13 in South Australia, 6 in Western Australia and 4 in New South Wales.” In addition, “Goodlife offer up-to-date facilities which exceed most other clubs and as a company Goodlife strive to be the trend setters in the Fitness Industry.” Nick added, “no matter what your goal is or the person training next to you, Goodlife caters for everyone. Enjoy this fantastic offer and let’s continue to live the good life with the AFLUA and Goodlife Health Clubs.”
National Corporate Relationship Manager, David Jordan has expressed that Goodlife Health Clubs are “excited about helping AFLUA members improve their health, happiness and productivity.” “We do appreciate the opportunity in supporting corporate health and wellness programs.”
AFLUA full members are encouraged to log into the members section of the website to view the benefits provided to them by Goodlife Health Club.
AFL boundary umpire and Goodlife Health Club Group Fitness Manager, Nick Liparota.