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Outdoor Group Training



Monday - 6.45am, 9.15am, 6.45pm
Wednesday - 6.45am, 9.15am, 6.45pm
Friday - 6.45am, 9.15am, 6.45pm

Price - £6 per session, payment on booking

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Live Online sessions - Zoom



Monday, Wednesday, Friday - 7.30am and 6pm
Tuesday, Thursday - 10am
Saturday - 10am



£6 per session
£20 access to all sessions throughout the week.


Timetable and prices subject to change as things continue to open up more as we come out from lockdown.

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5 Simple Tips to Incorporate More Movement Into Your Day

In today's fast-paced world, it's easy to fall into the trap of a sedentary lifestyle. Whether it's due to long hours spent sitting at a desk or simply feeling too exhausted to exercise after a busy day, many of us struggle to find the time and motivation to move our bodies. However, even small bursts of movement throughout the day can have significant benefits for both our physical and mental well-being.

Friends running together

If you're looking to incorporate more movement into your daily routine, here are five simple tips to get you started:

1. Take regular breaks: Even a few minutes of movement can help break up long periods of sitting. Look for opportunities to add movement to your daily tasks. For example, instead of emailing a colleague, walk over to their desk for a face-to-face conversation. When watching TV, use commercial breaks to do quick exercises like squats, lunges, or challenge yourself to holding a plank.

2. Incorporate active commuting: If feasible, consider walking, biking, or taking public transportation for part or all of your commute. This not only adds extra movement to your day but also reduces your carbon footprint and promotes environmental sustainability. Alternatively if you drive park further away, this gives you chance to stretch your legs before work and unwind after it.

3. Walk and Talk: Instead of sitting at your desk doodling, get up and stroll around while you chat on the phone. Meetings can also be a great opportunity to incorporate movement into your day because it's possible to 'walk and talk' rather than 'sit and talk' even if it the first 10 minutes of your meetings when you debrief from the previous one.

4. Participate in challenges: Challenges help to motivate yourself to move more throughout the day. Whether its to run a certain distance per week, attend a set number of outdoor fitness sessions or amongst your friends setting yourself the challenge of finding new scenic walks to enjoy.

5. Stretch Reminders: Set a timer to remind yourself to take short breaks throughout the day, such as every hour. During these breaks, stand up, stretch, or take a quick walk around your workspace.

Incorporating more movement into your day doesn't have to be complicated or time-consuming. By making small changes to your routine and adopting habits that promote activity, you can boost your health and well-being without adding extra stress to your busy schedule. Whether you're taking short breaks to stretch, walking instead of driving, or finding ways to make household chores more enjoyable, every little bit of movement counts.

So why wait? Start moving more today and feel the difference it can make in your life.



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