Love Island’s Anton Danyluk has showcased his new nightclub gym complete with state-of-the-art lighting and sound.
The club, which he has opened with ‘secret party’ organiser and DJ Chris Wright, also boasts a no junk food protein bar with shakes , high intensity boot camp, boxfit, yoga and dance classes in the Al Quoz region.
Anton, 27, shot to fame on the fifth season of the ITV dating show in 2019.
He moved to Dubai during lockdown and insisted he was relocating rather than holidaying there.
He has worked on the Junk Gym project over the last year and admitted it was difficult getting paperwork signed off in Dubai.
He said: “If you have ever opened a business in Dubai you’ll know exactly what it’s like, literally you’ve done everything you need to then you have to comply with something else.”
Anton shared a video on Instagram this week on how to stay motivated, and in the comments fans wondered if he’s had facial fillers too – something he recently denied.
In another video about his diet advice, fans were left shocked at his transformation.
“What’s happened to your face?” One person commented.
“Omg he looks so different! Still love,” replied another.
“He’s got some size,” replied a third, pointing out how Anton has bulked up.
He even replied to one fan asking about his recent appearance, commenting: “Mate it’s 5.30 in the morning. I’m posing and just done an hour cardio. Sorry if I look a bit tired.”
In the clip he told his followers to ‘set short term realistic goals’, ‘monitor progress’, and ‘hold yourself accountable’.
These days Anton is an online coach and owner of a gym in Dubai, which he describes as a ‘fitness nightclub’.
As he carves out a fitness career with his platform, Anton has also launched a book and an app.
The fitness coach, who also has his own app, had his own gym at home in Scotland called The Ranch.
Based in Airdrie it offered different fitness classes, workshops and events and Anton referred to it as a ‘fitness retreat’.
As part of a 30-acre private complex, it also included his family’s home.
This time round the neon lit club fitness complex is more akin to Scotland’s own Revolution Spin which boasts spin classes in Glasgow and Airdrie.
Anton who also released a book, 50 Steps to the Best Version of Yourself is hoping his new Dubai complex will be the go to hotspot.
He has a team of trainers but will also be teaching the odd class too.