New data released today from Nuffield Health’s Healthier Nation Index has revealed the extent of concern families have about the state of their loved one’s physical and mental health.

Updated: Monday 27 September 2021

Published: Friday 24 September 2021

New data released today by Nuffield Health reveals those who have regular fitness checks are more likely to achieve health goals such as reducing cholesterol, blood pressure and body mass index. The study looked at data from adult gym members who had two health check-ups over a 12 month period and compared them to those who had three.

Updated: Tuesday 25 May 2021

Published: Wednesday 7 September 2016

Who doesn’t know someone who has welcomed a new pet to their home in the last 12 months, or who has themselves? Indeed, since the pandemic took its grip on the nation 12 months ago a staggering 3.2million(1) households decided to introduce a new furry (or non-furry) friend into their household.

Updated: Thursday 13 May 2021

Published: Monday 10 May 2021

A third of 18-35 year olds (33%) feel too self-conscious to join a gym, according to a new survey, out today, from the UK’s largest independent not-for-profit health and wellbeing organisation, Nuffield Health.

Updated: Thursday 29 April 2021

Published: Tuesday 8 January 2019

Nuffield Health personal trainer Julia Baverstock explains everything you need to know about cross training.

Updated: Tuesday 2 March 2021

Published: Monday 16 December 2019

Our CEO Steve Gray comments “The fitness sector can play an important role in the physical and mental recovery of the nation, as well as helping us to build back better long-term health. We know that for many people gyms are an essential service, and a safe place for them to exercise and connect with others.

Updated: Monday 22 February 2021

Published: Monday 22 February 2021

A new survey has found that half of British women are doing less exercise as the mornings and evenings get darker, with the UK’s largest healthcare charity and double Olympic Gold medallist Dame Kelly Holmes warning of a lockdown health inequality.

Updated: Monday 23 November 2020

Published: Monday 23 November 2020

Nuffield Health, the UK’s largest healthcare charity, has reported strong member engagement at its fitness and wellbeing centres since indoor gyms were able to reopen in England on 25th July 2020. Since the initial reopening date in England, Nuffield Health have welcomed back members to all of its 113 consumer gyms across England, Wales and Scotland following local lockdown restrictions lifting, recorded over one million visits to its fitness and wellbeing centres.

Updated: Monday 14 September 2020

Published: Monday 14 September 2020

As gym and leisure facilities prepare to open, the UK’s largest healthcare charity sets out its strategy to reopen its sites safely for members and employees.

Updated: Thursday 9 July 2020

Published: Thursday 9 July 2020

We know that lockdown has significantly impacted the nation’s health, and the burden on people’s physical and mental wellbeing will have a long-lasting effect on the NHS. So it is vital that we act now to reopen the nation’s gyms and help kick-start our recovery from COVID-19. Statement from our CEO, Steve Gray.

Updated: Thursday 25 June 2020

Published: Thursday 25 June 2020

Lack of time, fear of results and cost concerns stop 27% of public from getting a health or fitness check

Updated: Friday 6 March 2020

Published: Thursday 20 February 2020

Going to the gym for the first time doesn’t need to be daunting. Adam Hameed, personal trainer at Nuffield Health, offers some beginner workouts to help you feel confident and get the most out of your gym time.

Updated: Friday 10 January 2020

Published: Wednesday 18 December 2019

One in 10 Brits over the age of 55 say that fear of injury holds them back from joining a gym/attending the gym more regularly, according to a recent survey.

Updated: Tuesday 29 January 2019

Published: Tuesday 29 January 2019

Nuffield Health and The British Psychological Society join forces to develop best practice for supporting physical and emotional health

Updated: Friday 25 January 2019

Published: Friday 25 January 2019

A study involving Sheffield Teaching Hospitals, Sheffield Hallam University and not-for-profit healthcare provider Nuffield Health, will seek to evaluate the effect of a supported exercise programme on the quality of life (QoL) and side effects experienced by men who have undergone medical or surgical castration in their treatment for prostate cancer.

Updated: Friday 2 November 2018

Published: Friday 2 November 2018

To support those living with cancer, Nuffield Health has launched Relax & Restore Cancer Care Treatment: a bespoke range of treatments that have been researched and approved for use on people living with or recovering from cancer. Treatments are offered by specially trained therapists, doing away with the need for a doctor’s letter.

Updated: Tuesday 24 July 2018

Published: Tuesday 24 July 2018

Nuffield Health, has selected Technogym equipment and digital technologies as its preferred equipment provider for its wellbeing business. This is part of Nuffield Health’s investment in anticipating and exceeding customer expectations.

Updated: Thursday 15 March 2018

Published: Thursday 15 March 2018

Over half of gym-going Brits (55%) admit they don’t know what they’re doing at the gym, and many just copy what someone else is doing, according to new research out today from Nuffield Health.

Updated: Monday 8 January 2018

Published: Monday 8 January 2018

New research into our biggest personal health concerns has revealed that as we get older, becoming overweight is the number one worry for men and women over 45. Lack of fitness was the second greatest concern, followed by eye health for men and muscular skeletal health for women in that age group.

Updated: Tuesday 2 May 2017

Published: Monday 3 October 2016

Nuffield Health, one of the leading not-for-profit UK healthcare organisations, announced today that it will be expanding its unique exercise based programme for young cystic fibrosis patients to more NHS hospitals across England, as well as support young people with other diseases.

Updated: Saturday 17 December 2016

Published: Saturday 17 December 2016