Ian Nicholas

I liken my body to an old machine that has been given a complete overhaul. I’m stronger and more agile and most importantly feel great.

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A lady in the Snowdonia mountains

Jen Merritt

I was nervous about signing up to something like this as I had never really been a gym person so was sure I’d stick out like a sore thumb and be too unfit to keep it up. How wrong I was!

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A man stood by his bike

Dave Yates

With the excellent training and advice from the coaches and encouragement from other members of the gym, I now feel that I am back in control of my condition and have discovered a terrific hobby in cycling.

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Robyn Dent

Exercise is good for the body and great for the mind and it’s a bonus when the place you go to do it is full of like-minded people and great coaches. I’m fitter, stronger, and healthier – I just wish I’d done it years ago!

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Falling Out of Love With Your Diet? Try These Quick Fixes!

Still enjoying that bland salad? All too often we hear that healthy eating can be boring. You have to cut out all the nice things that you couldn’t imagine your life without and replace them with tasteless salads and fat-free everything. Weight loss is about suffering right? If you put yourself through culinary hell, devoid…

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Your Guide to a Healthy Heart!

Keeping your heart healthy is a choice. Most of the risks contributing towards cardiovascular disease are lifestyle related, otherwise known as modifiable risk factors. Physical inactivity, being overweight, smoking, an unhealthy diet and high-stress levels can all contribute to creating one or more of the below risk factors. The more risk factors you have, the…

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Team Training in the open on bikes

Low Levels of Physical Activity are Second Highest Risk Factor. 

We hear a lot about the risk of this disease and that disease but rarely do we get the message that we should prioritise physical activity. Over the past twenty years real inroads have been made into smoking cessation programmes that have made a real difference. However what’s been implemented with regards to increasing physical…

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