About club

The club in Gliwice, at ul. Łużycka 16, was opened on 3 October 2016. This is a 24/7 club. It has 9 training zones available on 1,900 m2.

Each of the zones offers the possibility of training in a way that matches your preferences and needs. The zones are as follows: cardio (37 machines), isotonic machines, semi-free machines (32 machines), free weights, functional, power, core, women’s, fitness (35 training stands),

Free Wi-Fi is available for members. The club has a vending machine that sells water, isotonic drinks, healthy food bars, and padlocks (you need them to lock your lockers).

There are parking spaces available in front of the club. To leave your car there, you need to pick up an ID, place it behind the windscreen, and return it when you have finished your visit to the club. Additionally, from Monday to Friday (between 4:00 PM and 6:00 AM) and on weekends (around the clock), the car park on the other side of the building is available (driving away from the club, you need to turn right and go through the first gate on the right).

Gliwice Politechnika
ul. Łużycka 16
44-100 Gliwice

Club Gliwice Politechnika in numbers

Opening year
Cardio machines
Weight machines
Training stands - fitness room
1712 KG
Free car park

Club map

Eleiko® Zone
A zone equipped with high‑quality Eleiko® machines for powerlifting, Olympic weightlifting that can meet the most stringent demands. The equipment is excellent for pressing, snatch, and clean and jerk exercises.
Power zone
A place for professionals that use really heavy weights in their training. Also ideal for powerlifters. The zone is equipped with top-quality stuff: a weightlifting platform, a powerlifting rack, and a professional bench for pressing.
Core zone
Training abs is not only about doing sit-ups. You need to take care of the entire core, meaning the deep muscles of the torso, the purpose of which is to stabilize the backbone. This is an important thing, so the zone is well-equipped. You can not only rip your abs here, but also develop deep muscles and strengthen your core.
Cross zone
Something for the really tough guys and girls. CrossFit is a real killer exercise program for the advanced. It combines strength, fitness, gymnastics... There’s tons of sweat, muscles are trembling, but the satisfaction is incredible! The zone allows for doing WODs (workouts of the day) thanks to a special CrossFit rack and other accessories, such as ropes, rings, and ergometers.
Functional zone
Functional training is based on movements that are similar to what we do in everyday life: reaching, lifting, walking up stairs, etc. It’s relatively intensive and the pace is quick. This will help you strengthen and shape your muscles, improve coordination, stamina, and suppleness, but your muscles will not develop excessively.
Free weights zone
The classics. Free weights include dumbbells of various weight (up to 50 kg!), barbells, squat racks, and benches. That’s all you need for full, advanced strength training.
Semi-free weights zone
This is halfway through between isotonic machines and free weights. The zone comprises strength machines that, unlike those from the isotonic zone, are loaded with plates. They can be freely added and removed, changing the weight. Exercising on these machines is also more like using free weights.
Isotonic machines zone
Here, you will find the basic machines for full body strength training. They are perfect for beginners, so before you move to free weights, spend some time here. They are also safe and (in spite of the complex name) really ease to use. When you have mastered the movements, you can move for example to the semi-free weights zone.
Women’s zone
As the name suggests, this a place only for the ladies. It has all that’s necessary for a basic workout. This is a separate zone offering women a little more privacy to train in peace. The zone offers a basic strength machine, a set of dumbbells and kettlebells, and lots of accessories.
Fitness room
Without group classes, a gym’s offer is never complete. Here (included in your membership, of course), you will find the best of them—they have been designed to be effective and fun. Yes, fun, because fitness should also mean good fun! Use them with no limitations.
The cardio zone
Treadmills, stationary bicycles, orbitreks, and other machines that will help you improve your condition and stamina, burn fat, or warm up before training. This is one of the fundamental zones, so we made sure it has lots of equipment. There are several dozen various machines here: you don’t have to stick to the treadmills.

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