News & Articles on Health & Fitness
If you’ve been to our Oxford or Blackfriars studios you will have heard about our HIIT programme MATRIX. It’s our Head of Fitness Dan Little’s creation and it’s going down an absolute storm. In this blog, Dan explains the thinking behind THREE, what to expect and how it can make you fitter, leaner and stronger than ever before
Digme Fitness has proven to be a big hit with the deaf community, thanks to its inclusive nature and clear communication from the instructors. We talk to Digme ambassador Gü Dopran about her experiences
Ben Davie is the focus of the latest post in our Meet the Instructors series, our Thursday lunchtime regular whose day job is Fitness Advisor to The Body Coach. He tells about his passion for football, his work with Joe Wicks and why he loves Digme Fitness
Digme Fitness is delighted to announce it will be an official partner of the Dallaglio Cycle Slam, the highly-acclaimed fundraising event of Dallaglio RugbyWorks, in 2018.
If you're in training for a spring run event, have a read of this blog post on how a regular spin class will significantly improve your running. Just ask the Digme Fitness team!
The awesome Sophia starts her first week as Richmond General Manager today, so what better time to find out more about this one-time synchronised swimmer and all round fitness lover?
Instructors Chloe and Kevin have been with Digme Fitness since the first day we opened, and they’ll soon be teaching across all three of our London studios. We caught up with them to find out their highlights of an amazing first year
Olympian Zoe de Toledo, who won a silver medal as cox of the women's rowing eight in Rio, is one month in to her journey back to fitness. Here's her update on how it's going training regularly at Digme Oxford
Next up in our Meet the Instructors series is Laonie, the first of our wonderful Oxford team to feature. Laonie is a personal trainer with a passion for kettlebells, and as well as teaching at Digme, she works for the Fire Service. Read on to find out how she juggles the two…
Instructor Charlie and his friend Jim are two weeks in to their six-month trip cycling around the world. We caught up with them to see how their epic adventure is going...
With the ski season nearly upon us, it's time to start thinking about some basic strengthening work to make sure maximise your enjoyment and minimise your risk of injury on the slopes
Meet Robert, the 74 year old who's training at Digme for the Ride 100 this summer. He's the first in our new Inspiration series, which will tell interesting tales from our inspirational communities
Richmond regular and fitness fanatic Bridget Hunt talked to us about how she uses exercise to stay well mentally, as we continue our blog series in recognition of Mental Health Awareness Month
Dallaglio RugbyWorks' Operations Director Paula Robertson will be the first woman since 2012 to tackle all three stages of the Dallaglio Cycle Slam this year. Read how her training is going...
Richmond rider Luca Olias admits to questioning his sanity when he decided to do 100 classes in 100 days, but, halfway through the challenge, he's going strong and loving it...
Oxford member Julie Fricke was a collegiate runner in the USA and destined for a career in professional sport until chronic knee injuries forced her to follow a different path
Alice and Emma are the fun-loving pair often seen in the wackiest fancy dress outfits at Beats n Cleats! They spoke to us recently about how Digme Oxford has changed their lives
Cycle through Europe this spring with Dallaglio RugbyWorks and help disadvantaged young people turn their lives around. Grab one of the last remaining places and prepare for one of the best experiences of your life!
"Exercise is about 360 degree wellbeing - it helps release endorphins, improving your mood and relieving stress. It is, and should be, much more than pain and chasing body perfection"
Whether through the food we eat, clothes we wear or how we choose to shop, we all strive nowadays to live in a more sustainable and environmentally responsible way. So why should going to the gym be any different?