Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions about our Fitness Sessions, Health & Wellbeing and Tailored Programs
No, you have the choice of five subscriptions within the month that cover face to face and/or online sessions. The idea is that those who can attend the face to face outdoor sessions can and those that don’t live locally to the face to face outdoor sessions, or are not able to attend due to work or domestic commitments, can choose the online sessions. Also, for those that want to really benefit from the total of 9 sessions per week and have the flexibility not to miss out due to work and Family commitments,can subscribe for both the online and face to face fitness sessions through the Mix & Match monthly subscription!
Yes. Anyone can subscribe for both the weekly face to face and the online fitness sessions within the month as part of the Mix & Match subscription.
No. Both the online and face to face fitness sessions are tailored and designed to accommodate all fitness level abilities ranging from complete beginner through to advanced athlete.
Suitable clothing needs to be worn during the online and face to face outdoor fitness sessions including trainers for online sessions and ideally trail shoes for the face to face sessions. Time of year and weather dictate what needs to be worn when training outside including a warm hat, gloves and head torch if needed and loose cool clothing for the warmer days.
The face to face fitness sessions usually take place on private property of an educational establishment which means there are toilet facilities available. If the face to face outdoor sessions are held in a public park, then discretion and common sense need to be used!
Each subscription is based on an individual only. There are adult and child ticket subscriptions available if additional members of the Family would like to join in.
For the online fitness sessions, they are in the comfort of your own home either indoors or if you have space, outdoors. The face to face sessions are run usually on the Grange Lane sports fields in Winsford, Cheshire.
Yes. Each week, every month throughout the year whatever the weather. The only days we don’t train are Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Years Eve and New Years Day.
Under 16 (Child ticket) £25 per month / 16 and over (Adult ticket) £45 per month and to access all sessions throughout the month at your choosing it is £55 per person per month.
No. Just yourself, a bottle of water and a big bag of can-do approach 🙂
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Yes. There are corporate organisations and also Friends and Family that access the private group fitness sessions. To enquire: email@example.com
Yes. A free 20 minute consultation is provided initially to assess the needs and expected outcomes of the individual. Following that, a programme is agreed and we then get straight to work.
You need access to the software called ‘Zoom’ on your chosen device, but ideally using a device with as big a screen as possible. An invite link is sent out to you via e-mail and all you need to do is then set yourself up, click the link and be ready 15 minutes before the session. You will also need a full water bottle and a chosen space to train in, either outdoors or indoors. You will need to make sure your internet connection is good wherever you choose to train.
There are a total of 9 fitness training sessions per week at various times including face to face and online options.
Yes, various times include: 7.30-8.30am / 9.30-10.30am / 6.30-7.30pm midweek and then 9-10am on a Saturday.
Yes, there is a carefully organised three colour bib system designed so all abilities and levels of fitness can train together as an inclusive experience where everyone feels they have achieved and had a good work-out. These are: Green for beginners, Purple for Intermediate and Orange for Advanced.
Health & Wellbeing
Yes. These are tailor made and usually consist of a 12 week programme with one workshop per week. However, as the programmes are designed to fit the requirements and beyond, the duration of time a programme focuses on can be shorter or longer than 12 weeks.
Yes. These usually occur during one and two day fitness camps but can be arranged around the requirements of the individual or private group any time throughout the year.
At any one time, there can be up to 100 participants online. However the ideal is a maximum of 40 per session to keep it personable and beneficial to the participants.
As the workshops last for 45 minutes in total, you will need to be in a place where you feel relaxed and comfortable, with good access to the internet and also a device with the software ‘zoom’ on it. With the online workshops, it is always best to have a big screen e.g. PC, Laptop, iPad as there is more functionality with the bigger screen. Always have to hand paper and something to write with too and bring with you a list of questions as there is a QnA session at the end of the workshop to help address specific audience questions.
The Workshops are set up to cover a wide range of topics spanning over the 12 week period which include: Hydration, Nutrition, Exercise, Sleep, Acid/Alkaline diets to help ward off illness and disease, Glycaemic index to understand the effect of foods on your blood sugar levels, Nutrition to increase performance during exercise, Nutrition to increase speed on recovery post exercise, The importance of the small intestine and how it works, Nutrient deficient food and the use of supplements; what to avoid, what to use, when to take and what does it all mean, Hydration and nutrition to boost the immune system, increase energy levels and to create general mental agility, Mental fitness, emotional resilience & physical health, knowing self, method and mind to increase performance, Sports injury and sports injury rehabilitation, Quality of Life and personal performance. To discuss this in more detail, contact the team at: firstname.lastname@example.org
These events are generally open to the public, however the main focus is on private group bookings.
Both. We schedule events with fixed routes to provide a specific experience, however we do specialise in putting together tailored itineraries based on the clients need and required outcome.
Yes you do in the UK, however for the International guided biking events, we can arrange your bike for you.
- Buff or similar covering for the mouth and nose
- Small bike pack for food, water, clothing, first aid kit, bike repair kit and essentials
- Clothing to suit to the weather and terrain
- Glasses with sun protection and clear lenses
- Footwear suitable for the weather, terrain and type of pedals on the bike
All UK Guided biking experiences last typically one day but for private bookings, the itinerary is tailor made so can last multiple days depending on the requirements of the group. For Internationals trips, these typically last from 4 days up to 2 weeks. For example, a short break to Slovenia, Italy and France would be two full days of guided biking and for a heli-biking experience in Kazakhstan, that would last for 9 days full remote camping and helicopter pick up guided biking.
There are two essential styles of international guided biking which cover 1) The short break trip which includes beautiful gentle trail and road routes including food and drink as key ingredients with accommodation being typically in a chalet or 3 star hotel, 2) then for the more adventurous longer guided biking adventures, they are typically camping and would need additional consideration of sleeping bag, inflatable mattress, pillow etc. Before embarking on either of these guided biking trip styles, a full suggested kit list is provided.
Short break 2 full day guided biking trip in Slovenia, Italy or France would be a total of a 4 day trip including travel.
The more adventurous guided biking trip in a location such as Kazakhstan, Morocco, British Columbia (Canada), or Tanzania would be between 9-14 days including flight travel.
Something that suits your bike pedal but ultimately a shoe that you feel comfortable in and won’t easily slip off the pedal
Pay close attention to weather reports and be prepared for all weather conditions. Also, the key is not to overheat or get cold. Trying to balance your activity, weather and where you will be is always a bit tricky, but the best preparation of knowing what clothing to take is by trying out what works best for you before you go on the trip.
As the guided biking itineraries are generally tailored to the group, the itinerary will reflect the group’s ability. However, our guided biking experts will carefully manage the group and the group's ability throughout the trip. You don’t need to have lots of experience to enjoy guided biking trips either in the UK on Internationally. You will however have lots of experience after the trip!
Yes, stops for food, water, safety briefs, scenery are all important and are carefully planned.
These events are generally open to the public, however the main focus is on private group bookings.
Are the guided running ‘tailor-made’ personalised to the customers or in specific locations and on specific routes? Both. We schedule events with fixed routes to provide a specific experience, however we do specialise in putting together tailored itineraries based on the clients need and required outcome.
- Appropriate footwear and sock system to suit the terrain, weather and duration of the guided run
- Correct clothing and protection for the weather
- Hydration, nutrition and first aid kit
- Small running pack for your back carrying essential items in it to keep you safe, happy and performing where you want to be
- Anti-friction gel that can go on the skin if hot-spots occur and blister care for the feet.
All UK guided running trips are for one day and the international guided running trips are usually from 2-5 full days of running with 2-3 hours in the morning and 2-3hrs in the afternoon.
Road trainers for road and trail shoes for the ‘off-the-beaten-track’ routes. Ultimately ensure the footwear you choose works well for you and you are also happy with the socks you use with them.
Safety first so check the weather and ensure you prepare for the ‘What-ifs.’ Rubbing on the feet and other area of the body can ruin the day for you, so please ensure you are familiar with the clothing you choose that it is comfortable, fast drying, keeps your skin protected and doesn’t rub!
Yes! The fitter you are the more you will enjoy the experience. As long as you are healthy, free of injury and generally fit, you will have a great time. Don’t use the guided running trips to start your fitness regime.
Yes, the groups are carefully supported with the running guides paying close attention to individuals as well as the group. Stops will be created as and when needed with a key focus on everyone having a great day and going away with a strong sense of achievement.