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 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
Hit a plateau in your arm training? Try this to kick start your results again at the end of your normal workout. Pick a weight that you can do for 20 reps without losing strict form and try the following: Dumbbell Bicep Curls x 20 Dead Hang as long as possible Dumbbell Tricep Kickbacks x […]Read more
Here at motive8 we strongly believe it is important to look after your physical health but also your wellbeing, which incorporates your mental and social state and incorporates the following: The sense of feeling good about ourselves and being able to function well individually or in relationships The ability to deal with the ups and […]Read more
If you, like many others, have worked from home throughout the lockdown period, it is possible that your body has/is lacking Vitamin D. As humans, we need Vitamin D to help the body in calcium and phosphate absorption from our diet, as this is essential to maintain healthy bones, teeth and soft tissue (muscles) around […]Read more
Rather than picking up a milk chocolate bar (that has less antioxidant-rich cocoa and more sugar) the next time you’re in the supermarket, try purchasing a healthier option. Go with Dark Chocolate, as it is known to be good for your heart and boosts brain power along with other health benefits. You may not realise […]Read more
Be Strong in September! Challenge yourself and include the following workout into your weekly routine – the aim is to complete the challenge at least twice per week: x3 sets of 15 Burpees – 30 seconds of rest in between x3 supersets of 10 Jump Squats followed by 30 seconds of Mountain Climbers – 15 […]Read more
This month we are looking at the often overlooked importance of breathing in exercise and for your general wellbeing. Breathing is one of the few constants we have in life and breathing properly can influence the overall flow of our energy, which in turn changes our physical, mental and spiritual wellbeing. The average person’s lungs […]Read more
It has been a misconception for a while that eating fat makes you fat when actually healthy fats in your diet is essential for multiple reasons. These include: essential vitamins and antioxidants such as Vitamin D, E and K rely on fat for absorption by the body omega 3 fats are important for anti-inflammatory actions […]Read more
Feeling unsettled? So are most of us. I know I am. Everything just feels different. For some people, lockdown found new hobbies and lots of virtual catch ups but for a lot of us it has been difficult, lonely, unsettling and has come with a fear of the unknown especially now we move slowly back […]Read more
We’ve got the perfect monthly challenge for anyone who still struggles to get back into the fitness lifestyle! Make August your month – challenge yourself and complete the workout below x3 times a week for the remainder of this month: Jogging on the spot – 30 seconds Press ups / half press ups – x15 […]Read more
Stretching before bed can be highly beneficial to getting that all important beauty sleep that will have you feeling and looking refreshed for the day ahead. During lockdown it has been reported that many of us have been struggling to sleep whether that be due to the change of routine, the stresses of everyday or […]Read more
Challenge yourself with 3 rounds of this circuit and complete in the fastest time possible. Breaks are optional. How fast will you be? 1. 10 Burpees 10 Squats 2. 10 Burpees 10 Reverse Lunges 3. 10 Burpees 10 Press Ups 4. 10 Burpees 10 Triceps Push ups 5. 10 Burpees 10 […]Read more
Some people simply cannot function without their morning coffee and others need a regular intake throughout the day to stay on form. Of course there are negative side effects of too much caffeine but in general coffee has been shown to have a number of health benefits. These include: improved energy and focus levels improved […]Read more
We are currently in a state of unknown as to when our lives will revert back to the way it was, and this can be a stressful and anxious time for many. However, it may be beneficial to try meditation in order to lessen your stress levels, broaden your mind and help improve your overall […]Read more
When it comes to nutrition a common issue isn’t that people do not know how many calories they should have on a daily basis but that they under or overestimate how many they have consumed. Whether it is thinking those couple of biscuits with a cup of tea on a break can’t have that many […]Read more