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Are you looking for a new environment with a friendly atmosphere, supportive staff who care about your needs, a wide range of top of the range gym equipment, a prime location, and the best class and group teachers in town?

If you are, then you need New Energy Fitness in your life!

Supportive Gym Environment

We aim to make your workout comfortable and our Gym floor is designed with this in mind. It’s clean, clear and easy to move around, plus we always have dedicated staff on hand to help - whether you just need to know how to use a machine or need advice on technique.

Our clients often tell us how much they enjoy the relaxed and positive atmosphere at New Energy and we see people of all ages and abilities improve fitness, confidence and make amazing life changes.

Over 70 Classes Per Week

We offer the biggest range of classes and group training in Winchester at over 70 per week, including Spin, Body Sculpt, HIIT, Barre Concept, Circuits, TRX, GRAVITY, and many more.

Our classes combine exercise technique with the enjoyment and motivational benefits of working out in a group setting.

All of our classes are available on a pay-as-you-go basis for non-members and can be included as part of a membership.

What Our Clients Say

"I love this gym. It's always welcoming and supportive and the staff go out of their way to help you. The focus is on being fit and strong and having fun. It's like learning to play again - enjoying exercise in the way you did as a kid - for the simple pleasure of using your body and feeling good about it.

They've now also introduced GRAVITY training machines which I haven't seen anywhere else and they are brilliant. You do two free induction sessions to learn how to use them and they're not only really good fun but you really know about it the next day. My induction group had people of all ages, sizes and ability and I think we all left feeling excited about using them again.

If gyms aren't for you or you feel self conscious then this is the place to go. I can't recommend them highly enough."

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Alethea Wiles

4.8/5 from 99 Facebook Reviews

4.8/5 from 30 Google Reviews

Well it’s Wednesday again and back to the recce for Thursday night running club.  Restricted movements mean I can’t send you all off to Sparkford Road for the lamp post shuttle for your hill repeats. (SHAME!) These speedy climbs will help build your explosive strength and although tough, you’ll feel the difference!

1.  Find a shortish hill (c100m) - this one is 500m from home so just enough for a warm up before the start.
2. Take each UPWARD run at nearly all-out speed. You’ll find the last 15 metres a real challenge.  Focus on your form, strong body, pump the arms and lift the legs.  It’s a real plyometric movement.
3. Rest with an easy jog down to let the heart rate recover.  Start with 5-8 reps and work your way up to 12-14.  It’s YOUR baseline - mine was 6 today and I knew when it was enough (the form weakens)

I did mine at the beginning of the run then did a 3-4k recovery run at a comfortable pace.  It wasn’t pretty at the end of interval 6 but gentle jog along the river was enough reward!

So there you go, short and not so sweet but you’ll feel the benefits if you can make yourself get out there and do it!

Pics please if you can - we love to see what you’re up to.

Happy running

Clare

#newenergyfitness #virtualrunningclub #hillrepeats #strengthtraining #lovehills

Well it’s Wednesday again and back to the recce for Thursday night running club. Restricted movements mean I can’t send you all off to Sparkford Road for the lamp post shuttle for your hill repeats. (SHAME!) These speedy climbs will help build your explosive strength and although tough, you’ll feel the difference! 1. Find a shortish hill (c100m) - this one is 500m from home so just enough for a warm up before the start. 2. Take each UPWARD run at nearly all-out speed. You’ll find the last 15 metres a real challenge. Focus on your form, strong body, pump the arms and lift the legs. It’s a real plyometric movement. 3. Rest with an easy jog down to let the heart rate recover. Start with 5-8 reps and work your way up to 12-14. It’s YOUR baseline - mine was 6 today and I knew when it was enough (the form weakens) I did mine at the beginning of the run then did a 3-4k recovery run at a comfortable pace. It wasn’t pretty at the end of interval 6 but gentle jog along the river was enough reward! So there you go, short and not so sweet but you’ll feel the benefits if you can make yourself get out there and do it! Pics please if you can - we love to see what you’re up to. Happy running Clare #newenergyfitness #virtualrunningclub #hillrepeats #strengthtraining #lovehills

Watching newenergyfitness@home.  Our online classes are going down a storm and next week’s timetable released tomorrow.  Come and join us!  www.newenergyfitness.co.uk and go straight to the TIMETABLE tab!  #newenergyfitness  #fitnessathome #itsadogslife🐶🐾 #classesforall

Watching newenergyfitness@home. Our online classes are going down a storm and next week’s timetable released tomorrow. Come and join us! www.newenergyfitness.co.uk and go straight to the TIMETABLE tab! #newenergyfitness #fitnessathome #itsadogslife🐶🐾 #classesforall

Our biomechanics trainer Emma is enjoying home training herself and is sharing her sessions on her Instagram @emmabiomechanics and her Facebook ‘Biospheric Performance’. Head over to her page to see her online offering! ⁣
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Remember to keep tagging us in your home workouts - we love to see you all keeping fit! #fitness #biomechanics

Our biomechanics trainer Emma is enjoying home training herself and is sharing her sessions on her Instagram @emmabiomechanics and her Facebook ‘Biospheric Performance’. Head over to her page to see her online offering! ⁣ ⁣ Remember to keep tagging us in your home workouts - we love to see you all keeping fit! #fitness #biomechanics

Well it’s Wednesday afternoon and the day that I normally do my recce for Thursday night Running Club at New Energy Fitness.  We may have restricted movements, limited routes & social distancing but that won’t stop us! 
My Run was to try out NEGATIVE SPLITS (simply running the second half of a run quicker than the first)  on a run from home - trails and a few undulations to keep it interesting.  Run OUT 30 minutes and I managed to get back in 29:08 today.  It’s given me a baseline to go FURTHER next time within the 30 minute time slot!

Half way round take a picture or shoe selfie and then head for home!

For our Running club this week you need to go out tomorrow and run a negative splits run at YOUR level of challenge.  It could look like …
Run OUT for 25 minutes then back on exactly the same route in LESS than 25 minutes.
OR 
Run 2, 3, 4, or 5k out and see how long it takes you.  Go back on the same route and see if you can beat your time.
If you’re a beginner runner you can still do this with a walk/run pattern.  E.g. run 3 minutes walk 2 minutes x 4 times then run 3 minutes walk 1 minute 5 times.  Cutting the rest period.
Have a go and let me know how you get on.  Post your midway pictures here and your data if you choose. 
Happy Running and stay safe!  #newenergyfitness #runningclub #runforlife #runforhealth #staysafe

Well it’s Wednesday afternoon and the day that I normally do my recce for Thursday night Running Club at New Energy Fitness. We may have restricted movements, limited routes & social distancing but that won’t stop us! My Run was to try out NEGATIVE SPLITS (simply running the second half of a run quicker than the first) on a run from home - trails and a few undulations to keep it interesting. Run OUT 30 minutes and I managed to get back in 29:08 today. It’s given me a baseline to go FURTHER next time within the 30 minute time slot! Half way round take a picture or shoe selfie and then head for home! For our Running club this week you need to go out tomorrow and run a negative splits run at YOUR level of challenge. It could look like … Run OUT for 25 minutes then back on exactly the same route in LESS than 25 minutes. OR Run 2, 3, 4, or 5k out and see how long it takes you. Go back on the same route and see if you can beat your time. If you’re a beginner runner you can still do this with a walk/run pattern. E.g. run 3 minutes walk 2 minutes x 4 times then run 3 minutes walk 1 minute 5 times. Cutting the rest period. Have a go and let me know how you get on. Post your midway pictures here and your data if you choose. Happy Running and stay safe! #newenergyfitness #runningclub #runforlife #runforhealth #staysafe