New app provides a one-stop fitness shop

THE former manager of a gym in Woking has launched an app that provides a full range of health and fitness information, advice and interaction. HubFiiT opened over the Easter weekend, with... Read more »

Wild swimming helping physical and mental health

EVEN the most ardent swimmers might baulk at taking a dip in a river in mid-winter – but this is a regular outing for a local cancer survivor. Francesco Zitiello swims in... Read more »

Sports awards will honour lockdown hero

A SPECIAL category to recognise those who helped others to stay active during the pandemic has been included in the Sport Woking Awards 2020. The Active Lockdown Challenge of the Year category... Read more »

National award for fitness group set up for mums

A WOKING business has won a national award in a category that attracted 300 entries. FunMumsFitness, a workout group built around children, was named Small Business of the Year in the Family... Read more »

Fitness group chosen for bank promotion

A WOKING fitness group has been chosen among thousands of Santander customers to run promotions in their branches in Woking and other parts of Surrey. Squat2fit, run by Kim Valente, has been... Read more »

Outdoor gymnastic classes for all the family

A GYMNASTICS club aimed at families is picking up new members since moving from a village hall to the field outside to comply with social distancing. Springbox and Springtots has been running... Read more »

Active Surrey issues safety advice as gyms prepare to reopen

WITH gyms, leisure centres and indoor swimming pools ready to reopen at the end of this week, advice has been issued for staying safe while getting back to “normal” forms of exercise.... Read more »

Online pilates classes have been a Zooming success

A PILATES teacher who had to move her classes online because of coronavirus is planning to keep the format because they have been so popular. Claire Seager, who ran nine classes a... Read more »

Seize timely opportunity to put wheels in motion

THERE are plenty of negative day-to-day effects of coronavirus, but one way in which we could all benefit is by changing how we travel. As shops and workplaces open up more people... Read more »

Don’t let months of lockdown go to waist

THE initial coronavirus lockdown brought with it many problems, but one that may linger is the effect it has on our waistlines. With people asked to self-isolate, routines and regular pastimes, including... Read more »