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New year resolutions sorted by Sport Aston

If your New Year resolution is to get fit or to live a healthier lifestyle then Sport Aston can help.

Aston University staff gym or swim memberships offer great value for money and using Woodcock Sports Centre can offer you an ultra convenient location to work out before work, during your lunch break or after work.

We offer the choice of gym only, gym and swim or swim only memberships and Aston staff get a discounted rate. You can even have your membership taken directly out of your payroll each week or month. Check out the Aston staff price list.

We have a large 60+ station gym with a variety of cardio, fixed resistance and free weights that have all you need to slim, tone or build muscle. The beautiful and historic Woodcock Swimming Pool is always laned and we have women only swimming during term time from 16:30-17:10 on Tuesdays followed by a women only Aquafit class (17:10-17:40) that is included in the price of a swim.

We have a range of aerobics classes starting from week commencing Monday 11 January. So why not come and join the fun with classes that are focused on burning those holiday calories, toning and improving fitness for the New Year.

We will also have our Yoga courses starting w/c 18 January for those who want to improve body and mind and you can book onto a course now.

There will be 9 week adult learn to swim courses starting w/c 18 January. We have beginner, improver and advanced lessons available. Our expert instructors are highly experienced and will have you swimming and feeling confident in the water in no time!

And finally – don’t forget that we have our sports halls available for badminton, squash, table tennis, football, netball, basketball etc and Aston staff get fantastic rates.

So whatever your interest, we should have something to suit your needs and to help get you feeling healthy and fit again for a new decade.

For any more information on any of our sports or activities please contact me at s.j.foster1@aston.ac.uk or ext 4630.

Words by Simon Foster 

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