THE management of a Lochgelly gym is totally committed to trying to provide the right environment for whole life fitness and is geared to becoming a strong supporter of the local community.

Adrian Breen took over the facility, at Lochgelly Industrial Estate, in Auchterderran Road, some months ago and the former Armed Forces man wants to give people the opportunity to look after their fitness to the level they feel comfortable with.

He said: "Improving our member's fitness, lives and welfare by providing a fully inclusive community to train, grow and thrive in is the aim.

"One of the most important things to us at Aeternum CrossFit is helping others to improve their health, fitness and general well-being. As part of this belief, we are aiming to integrate into the local community of Lochgelly and the surrounding areas a lot more and support good local causes.

"And it does not matter what age group you may be in if you want to improve your prospects for good health and feeling really good we want to help."

And that includes the right nutrition and importantly mental health, as Adrian added, at Aeturnum if you have any worries or concerns his team can point you in the right direction to get the help that can make a real difference.

"Mental health has been something that perhaps has been further down the public agenda for many years but it is a very important issue and no one should hesitate to ask if they feel concerns.

"I am a strong believer that no one should be left to try to work out the answers themselves, the appropriate help can made such a difference."

A team of coaches provides the CrossFit advice which can give people the chance to change their fitness regime and Adrian stressed: "It is entirely up to the individual the level they want."

The gym has a number of members who have been competing in competitions with success and last weekend at the castle Games, at Middlesbrough, there were several good results.

The gym is now in collaboration with the Minto Lounge Amateur Football Club, which next season will play as Lochgelly United, and Adrian and his coaches will be supporting them with their training and strength and fitness in the very near future.

He added: "Continuing on with our intention to help the local community, Aeternum CrossFit are very proud to announce that we have been able to assist and support a young superstar from Fife in playing at international level.

"At the tender age of just 13, Madison Troup has made it through several months of training and went to Belgium with the Scottish age group squad. Madison currently plays for Murrayfield Junior Ice Hockey and also the Scotland Girls Team and her ambition is to play in the Winter Olympics.

"Also we sponsor the kit of Calum Murray who plays football for Inverkeithing Hillfield Swifts."

Aeturnum CrossFit will be holding a Community day on Saturday July 27, which will be an open day letting members of the public see what they can achieve at the gym, have a try, all completed with a barbecue.