Did you know that absenteeism through ill health costs the UK economy £100 billion per year? In recent years, 30.4 million working days have been ‘lost’ due to work-related illness and workplace injury. We are here to help you lower these costs to your company and improve productivity in the workplace.Read more
As part of our complete Gym & Spa solution motive8’s personal training team deliver Gym Inductions across residential fitness facilities.
To book an induction at your facility, call us now on 020 8481 9700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To find out how we can help manage your fitness facility through the delivery of gym inductions, call us on 020 8481 9700 or email email@example.com
We are great believers in educating our clients about why they should be doing what we recommend. This empowers our clients to make informed lifestyle decisions so they can make healthy choices and optimise their long term success.
We support you with a personalised training programme developed towards achieving your health and lifestyle goals. Everyone has different goals and time to commit to training and at motive8 we understand that a plan has to work for you in order for you to achieve and maintain the results you desire.Read more
Our team of trainers, not only have knowledge across a range of varying fitness and health related topics, but they also have a passion to help you reach your fitness goals.
We pride ourselves on recruiting individuals with a genuine interest in fitness and those that have that little something else to offer.Read more
It’s that time of the year where we are able to announce another m8:Life magazine. Yes, issue 9 is out and we’re delighted to say it’s packed with a variety of great content from the world of motive8. From company news to health and workout tips, residential and corporate gym case studies, expert exercise advice, […]Read more
7:00 AM Today I wake up, get myself ready and pack my gym bag for later on. Then I walk to my first destination of the day, listening to one of my favourite podcasts – ‘Happy Place’ by Ferne Cotton. This tends to get me in a good mood and ready to tackle the day. […]Read more
Most people wait for dinner to have their daily fix of vegetables, but getting them in throughout the day can be done very effectively when properly planned. There are many reasons why it might be easier to leave it until the last meal in the day, but there are also reasons why preparation can save […]Read more
If you thought that High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) couldn’t get any more challenging, let me introduce its more demanding off-spring: Tabata. Like HIIT, Tabata works on a basis of working out with periods of rest and high anaerobic output. The difference being, Tabata is split at a 2:1 ratio of 20 seconds with 10 […]Read more
Everyone knows that regular exercise is good for your body, but a lot of people are unaware that exercise is also one of the most effective ways to improve your mental health. When faced with mental or emotional challenges and changes in life, working out can often help you cope and deal with your battles […]Read more
You set yourself goals in everyday life, so why not do it when you exercise to help yourself achieve even better results? It makes all the difference… Even if you have an idea in your head about what you want to achieve from training, these thoughts can often get lost and mixed up with the […]Read more
motive8 has been delivering sports and fitness sessions to children in the local area for over 20 years. It’s an area of the business we have always been extremely passionate about and have invested a huge amount in during this time. Our work across the board has been incredibly rewarding and has enriched the company. […]Read more
Exercising in the morning isn’t the easiest, and it can take a few weeks to get used to – especially if you love a long lie-in and easier start to the day. But it’s not all about dark mornings and early alarms, as the reasons for starting early are positive and, for many people, far […]Read more
Tired of the treadmill? Dreading your next running session? Need to change things up? Well this blog should help you get rid of that negative mind-set when it comes to treadmills and cardiovascular gym training. If running isn’t your thing, going to the gym for a run isn’t always easy. Treadmills aren’t the most exciting […]Read more
Sometimes, when training hard or competing and playing regular sport, consuming enough protein can be tough – making everyday food planning tricky. It doesn’t have to be that way though, and even though it inevitably takes some planning, after a while it becomes something that you quickly get used to doing. If you’re in need […]Read more
The trappings of modern day living, especially for somebody with a busy life, means we usually have less time to train and stay healthy. So, if you are strapped for time but still need to squeeze in a session then do not panic – we’ve put together a full-body workout that will tick all the […]Read more
My favourite summer sport would definitely be football, as the game offers people something different during the sunnier months. It tends to bring fans and players together and, although it’s popular during the winter, there are certain summer events that add to its charm. A lot of small-sided tournaments are held in the summer; these […]Read more
I’m combining three of my favourite ingredients; salmon, asparagus and brown rice. So, for a tasty and healthy meal, take a look below! Ingredients Two cups of water One cup of brown rice Single 100g salmon fillet Four asparagus spears (chopped) Seven closed cup chestnut mushrooms (whole) Method Using a medium sized saucepan, set the […]Read more
Cardiovascular/aerobic workouts are great for your health, but there are many things people don’t know about them. Both scientists and fitness professionals have different views about this type of training. It is already a known fact that cardiovascular exercises are closely related to weight loss, but is this the only answer to weight management? What […]Read more
You may not know this, but your body is made up roughly of around 60% water. During daily activity we lose a lot of this water through urine and sweat. Think of water in your body like petrol in a car; if you don’t fuel up then you won’t be going anywhere. So, it’s recommend […]Read more