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.
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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
I am going to teach you how to do a good interval based leg session, and after completing this you should feel like your legs are on fire – yes, really! In order to do this you first need to establish your current level of strength, because you will be using both dumbbells and kettlebells. […]Read more
Supplements are used in almost every gym and sporting environment you see, whether they are being sold at the shop or being prescribed for those in professional sports. If you weren’t aware already, they’re basically something extra you add into your daily food intake to get certain benefits. People take them for a load of […]Read more
There are many reasons why you should love avocados, which is why I’m writing this blog. If you’re still unsure, or even if you’re a daily eater of them, take a look at my thoughts below – you really can’t beat them! The nutritional benefits A typical serving of avocado (100g) is either moderate or […]Read more
Most of us love a great curry, right? So whether you’re vegetarian or not, this meat-free dish is bound to whet your appetite. Give it a go, and see what you think… Ingredients 1 egg 100g potatoes, cut into medium dice 1 small onion, finely diced 1 celery stalk, finely diced ½ tsp olive oil […]Read more
When it comes to arm workouts, you can’t go wrong with dumbbells. And to fully make the most of using these, greater stabilization is a requirement to activate more muscle fibres. There are a number of exercises with dumbbells that bring out every vein, bulge, and peak in your biceps, triceps and wrist muscles. Very […]Read more
In this week’s blog I’ve been asked to come up with a workout related to the sport of Rugby. First of all, for those who aren’t familiar with Rugby, it’s a very explosive and aggressive sport that involves a lot of fast and quick movements. This means the players and their muscles need to be […]Read more
HIIT is a form of training in which you give your best effort, training at a high intensity for allotted amounts of time with active rest or rest periods. For example, 30 seconds of sprinting on the treadmill followed by a 30 second jog; this is repeated over a period of 15 to 30 minutes. […]Read more
If you do not know how to make your start to the day healthier and full of energy, here is one example of an ideal smoothie that will hydrate, nourish and energize your body. Give your body some healthy nutrients before you head out the door with this amazing smoothie recipe. It’s simple to put […]Read more
We are pleased and excited to confirm that motive8 is sponsoring the ARMA Corporate Social Responsibility Firm Of The Year Award, which is set to be awarded in July. We became partners with ARMA, the Association of Residential Managing Agents, in 2017 and backing this award is a great way to follow up on our […]Read more
We are currently living in a digital world where we can easily get connected with people from all around the globe. Social media sites like Instagram make this incredibly easy, and it has opened up a number of positive opportunities. I personally really like that I can learn from others in the Health and Fitness […]Read more
Being proactive and a regular gym goer is great, however you need to remember to look after your body, as regular exercise can also cause you overuse/wear and tear injuries that you might not even think about. In this blog, I will be talking about a very common injury caused by running, and ways to […]Read more
The focus of this workout is to get those legs working. It is based around supersets and overloading the muscles with extra work to stimulate those muscle fibres. Be sure to cool down and stretch at the end of the session to reduce the muscle soreness over the next day or two. Warm Up: • […]Read more
TRX (Total Resistance Exercise) is suspended training where one can use their own body weight against gravity to created resistance exercises. TRX training helps to develop strength, balance, flexibility and core stability. Try these six exercises on the TRX, and repeat each exercise three times with 12-15 repetitions. Squat – Fly Stand in front of […]Read more
With the cost of affordable healthcare becoming a more pressing concern, many are seeking proven prevention; problems related with adrenal fatigue, malnourishment, neurotoxicity and autoimmune disorders are more and more common. And that’s where superfoods come in. Below is a very short list of a few superfoods that when included into a healthy balanced diet […]Read more
In this blog I’m going to be giving you a guide on training your shoulders for both hypertrophy and overall shoulder health. When it comes to the gym community, there tends to be three areas that always seem to get injured, these being; the shoulder, knees and lower back. I’m going to provide a workout […]Read more