A report in 2017 revealed that 1 in 3 children aged 7-11 years old are unable to swim a minimum of 25 metres unaided, meaning they are potentially unsafe in and around water through risk of drowning. In addition, researched carried out for the Swimming Teachers Association (STA) found 25% of parents admitted they don’t like the water themselves or can’t swim, over 75% of … Continue reading 6 reasons why your child should learn to swim
We have a number of improvement works scheduled for the coming months which may result in some disruption to service. We will endeavour to keep disruption to a minimum and we hope you will enjoy the benefit of making these improvements to our facilities. Continue reading Improvement works schedule
Taking your baby swimming can be great fun for you and your little one, but for a lot of new mums it can be daunting. There’s a lot to think about and plan before you get anywhere near the water. From what you need to bring with you, to keeping your little one safe in the water and the logistics of getting changed. We’ve put … Continue reading Tips for swimming with your baby
Nothing is more empowering than having self-confidence. Being proud of the strong, powerful woman you see in the mirror every morning is something many find difficult to achieve. Society puts a lot of pressure on women to look and act a certain way. Films, TV and magazines are filled with “flawless” women. These so-called ideals can be so unrealistic that it is easy for girls … Continue reading Girl. Power.
We’ve launched our newly designed website this week. The new design is cleaner, and we hope you find it easier to navigate and find the information you require. The new design is also responsive making it suitable for use on mobile and tablet devices. We would welcome any feedback on additional content you, our customers, would like to see on the website. Just come and … Continue reading New-look website goes live
We’ve all heard the quotes. “You can’t out train a bad diet”, “abs are built in the kitchen”, “you are what you eat”. It’s all true, you can train as hard as you want in the gym but if you do not have a solid nutrition plan to go along with all the hard work you can say goodbye to achieving your fitness goals. … Continue reading Macronutrients – What are they?
Pick your battles – Bad habits are developed over the course of your life. The key to sticking to your resolutions is to try not to change all your bad behaviours at once, this can be overwhelming. Work towards one thing at a time. Remember, positive changes don’t need to wait until January. Once you feel you’ve made progress, move on to the next. Bite-size … Continue reading Trouble sticking to your New Years Resolutions? Don’t worry, we’ve got you.