5 Excellent Fitness Opportunities in Wembley Park to bring your inner athlete to life
Improving your fitness level is undoubtedly one of the most popular New Year’s resolutions; however, people forget about their gym memberships after a few months of regular workouts. The trick to sticking with your fitness routine is finding that perfect exercise that works for you and is not too far away from your home.
If you are looking to have fun whilst getting fit and staying that way, you should check out our fitness guide, featuring the hottest trends, cool sporting events and seven great gyms in Wembley Park. Now is the time to hit your fitness goals, so lace up those trainers and put your best foot forward.
If you are looking to revamp their fitness regime, it is highly recommended that you head down to one of the seven local gyms. With a range of facilities, you can certainly push your limits and train like a professional athlete.
- Lifestyle Fitness (Empire Way)
- Better (Grand Felda House, Empire Way)
- LivingWell (Hilton Wembley, Lakeside Way)
- Spirit (Holiday Inn Wembley, Empire Way)
- Fit4Less (Elizabeth House, 341-345 High Road)
- Pure Gym (492-498 High Road)
- The Gym (11 & 12 Central Square, High Road)
If you’ve observed a bunch of bright and eager runners breezing through the streets of Wembley Park, you’ve probably spotted members of the local running groups, all of which are open to anyone who wants to learn how to run like a pro.
- Asics Run Club (Asics Factory Outlet, Wembley Park Blvd)
Time: every Wednesday at 7 pm
Time: every Sunday at 9 am
Think you have what it takes to run an urban obstacle race? Then why not prove it in one of Wembley Park’s biggest sporting events! Event if you’re not taking part in any of them, be sure to show your support for those who are by checking them out on the Wembley Park Twitter page.
- The Color Run (£10-28)
Date: 11th June 2017
- Survival of the Fittest (£62-75)
Date: 8th July 2017
Date: 11th March 2018
The Yellow Pavilion is a great community space located on Engineers Way where you can meet and connect with local people. It offers lots of regular sporting activities for you to enjoy including beat boxercise & kick boxercise, yoga, Muay Thai, Tai Chi and much more.
Let’s face it, bad London weather can stop even the most motivated fitness fans from leaving the house, so there is a real satisfaction in getting up early in the morning and knowing there is a gym just a few steps away; It makes the idea of a good workout so much more tempting! With a residents gym in Emerald Gardens, you’re very welcome to exercise from the comfort of your own building.
Bonus tip. Once your workout is behind you, you can grab a drink in one of the London Designer Outlet’s signature cafes or bars.
Author: German expat in Wembley Park having fun exploring her new neighbourhood and sharing her discoveries with the world. Follow Aygul on Twitter at @aygul.