Low Wood Club – Fast Effective Total Body Workout

The dream – a fast effective total body workout suitable for every individual, whatever your current fitness level. Low Wood Club Senior Fitness Instructor, Emma Robinson, explains how her new Suspension Training classes deliver just that. Continue reading “Low Wood Club – Fast Effective Total Body Workout”

Take on Endurance Events with Low Wood Club

Steven Brockbank, Senior Fitness Instructor at Low Wood Club, has several years’ experience of gruelling physical challenges. Army trained, Steven is an advocate for getting out there, improving your fitness, but, just as importantly, having some fun and team camaraderie along the way. Continue reading “Take on Endurance Events with Low Wood Club”

Business as Usual at English Lakes

Over the weekend Storm Desmond hit Northern Ireland, north Wales, southern Scotland and especially north-west England. Record-breaking amounts of rain fell in Cumbria resulting in localised flooding and power outages that affected the operation of all five English Lake properties and the surrounding area. Continue reading “Business as Usual at English Lakes”

Low Wood Club Physiotherapist at Tour of Britain Cycle Race

Janet Smedley, physiotherapist at Low Wood Club, will be on the finish line of the gruelling Stage 5 of the Aviva Tour of Britain cycle race to help and support the cyclists with their tired and aching limbs. Continue reading “Low Wood Club Physiotherapist at Tour of Britain Cycle Race”

Extreme Lake District Cycling: The Fred Whitton Challenge

In July 2014 Mark Fishwick suffered a serious cycling accident which required surgery and careful rehabilitation at Low Wood Club before he was back out on the open roads. Incredibly in May 2015, he competed in the Fred Whitton Challenge, 112 miles long with 3,950 metres of climb! Continue reading “Extreme Lake District Cycling: The Fred Whitton Challenge”

Low Wood Club helps on Road to Recovery

Mark Fishwick suffered a serious cycling accident in July 2014 requiring surgery and a period of careful rehabilitation. His determination saw him back at Low Wood Club and in the saddle by November that year and incredibly, he competed in the infamous Fred Whitton Challenge in May 2015 covering some of the steepest roads in the country, raising money for The Great North Air Ambulance Service which had come to his rescue! This is his story … Continue reading “Low Wood Club helps on Road to Recovery”

Cassie Patten’s Training advice for the next Great North Swim

In the final video of our series filmed at Low Wood Bay, Cassie Patten talks to Kate, Anna and Rachel about training in preparation for next years Great North Swim. Continue reading “Cassie Patten’s Training advice for the next Great North Swim”