The health and fitness chain has announced it has closed its club at Edge Lane in Liverpool.
Total Fitness said it has vacated the premises in part as a result of falling membership numbers, due largely to "the rundown nature of the Edge Lane regeneration area and the associated difficulties in trading".
Total Fitness added that running the club was no longer financially viable to the company.
A spokesperson for Total Fitness said: "We pursued numerous avenues to increase membership numbers at Edge Lane against a backdrop of rundown properties and demolition works. Unfortunately, none of these efforts were successful, which meant that the running of the club was no longer financially viable.
"Members of the Edge Lane club will not find themselves out of pocket in any way. All memberships will be transferable to any other branch of Total Fitness, with the nearest being at Sefton, Prenton and Warrington. Any members that have paid annually in advance for their memberships will be contacted directly by us and those that wish to arrange a full refund of any outstanding payments will be able to do so."
Total Fitness was leasing the property from landlord Fairhurst Properties.