It’s important that you’re ‘fit to train’. If you have any conditions or illnesses that might be a risk, it’s best to get medical advice on how best to exercise.
2. Exercise knowledge
We have instructions on lots of our equipment so take time to understand how to use them, if you need help with anything please ask one of the fitness team.
3. Know your gym
Get familiar with the layout and equipment throughout the gym, know where the emergency help points and emergency exits are. The safety stations including defibrillators and first aid kits will always be located near the entrance of the gym.
4. Bring a friend
Where you can, training with friends is not just more fun, but you'll have someone to watch your back. Of course, this may not be possible, so keeping other members close to hand in case you need some support is a simple alternative.
5. Ask for help
If you ever feel unwell, injure yourself, or are concerned for your well-being, ask for help! If anyone from our fitness team isn’t on hand use one of the red emergency help points located around the gym. We have a remote CCTV team in place 24/7 who will be able to support you.