Marian is the Director of the Pro Fitness Supplies (Trading as Irish Gym Concepts Ltd). Marian is responsible for accounts and office administration. Paul is responsible for sales, logistics, orders, and installations.
We run and developed this business in Co Wexford after Paul gained much interest in Bodybuilding/Strength Sports in the early 1990's from watching 'Worlds Strong Man' on the BBC channel and from viewing 'The Gladiators' that was screened on ITV. From there what Paul wanted to do was train like a Bodybuilder and Strength Athlete and get into the fitness/Strength industry and help others who had the same interest which was not very popular at the time however. Paul qualified in the Exercise and Fitness Industry in 1995/6 with the NCEF Certificate which set him off on a path still used today in his own training plus he uses now when setting up home gyms for customers, Gyms for Gaa Clubs, Garda Stations, Public Gyms and Commercial Gyms. Paul started to organize Strongman Sports from New Ross in 2001 plus in Tipperary and competed from 2002 until 2014 and won several events including 'Rep of Ireland's Strongest Man 2004 and 2013, Irish Arm Wrestling Championships 2003 plus other Strongman events. Here is one event that Paul ran on the Wexford Quay Front in May 2005.
When you call us, you will speak directly with Paul who will listen to your needs and he will give as much advice as needed to ensure that you get value for money and the ideal solution for your needs, be it for your Commercial Gym or your Home setup. If you just want to shed a few pounds or gain some lean muscle mass to help your confidence and gain more energy we will for sure get you on the right track.
We have several engineers who we work with around Ireland regarding Installations and Service however the main Company who are based in Tipperary have 3-5 Staff Members and have the same principles as Paul and Marian regarding friendly service and supplying great Warranty on all equipment for Gyms in a Commercial setting and in the Home setup. It is nothing new to have service work being carried out over the weekend and taking calls regarding business over weekends and bank holidays etc.