Sports training and injury
Whether you are looking to run your first mile or your first marathon, we’re here to help you set and reach the goals for your sporting aims. When injury sets you back, we’ll be here to support you through your recovery, getting you back to fitness while reducing risk of reinjuring yourself.
Our well-equipped gyms (staffed with professional personal trainers) can help you whether you are looking to get fit for the first time or reach your physical peak. A range of classes from spin to Zumba can help you get fit and have fun. If you succumb to injury, a physiotherapist can get you back on your feet sooner and help you avoid reinjury.
Contrary to popular belief, personal training isn’t about barking orders like a Drill Sergeant - it’s about breaking the barriers to help you achieve your personal goals. Here's five ways Personal Trainers can help you to win your fitness battles.
Resistance training is a great way to build muscle, improve mobility, and lessen your risk of injury. Nuffield Health Senior Health and Wellbeing Physiologist Inez Griffin explains what resistance training is, what it's good for, and when you should be doing it.
Continuous training is a form of exercise that is performed at a 'continuous' intensity throughout and doesn’t involve any rest periods. Nuffield Health Senior Personal Trainer Phil Goulding explains what continuous training is, what it's good for and when to do it.
Going to a gym class for the first time can be daunting. If you feel scared or apprehensive about attending a fitness class alone, you’re not the only one. We’ve put together this practical guide to let you know how bringing a friend along can help.