Keeping you active at home

Derby Active Together

Fri 10 Jul 2020

Derby Active Leisure Centre opening update 

We will be opening soon, we are just confirming the programme, completing final safety checks and arranging staffing following the government’s announcement on Thu 9 July. Our open date will be announced on social media and here on our at home website once we have confirmation.

We can’t wait to welcome you back! It won't be long!

Fri 17 Apr 2020

In these uncertain times, we want to let you know although our leisure centre doors have closed, Derby Active is still here to help you be active in your own home.

We are introducing our Active Derby at Home free health and wellbeing information service.

Each week we will provide new home workouts with your Derby Active class instructors, offer information from our Wellbeing Advisors on nutrition and home exercise and share information with you from our fitness industry partners.

So we're still here for you!

Don’t forget to share your workout or activity with us on your centres Facebook, Twitter or Instagram page, we can’t wait to see you. #DerbyActive

Exercise safely 
Please remember to ensure you are safe and only take part in classes that are at your own ability level. If you have any injuries or health conditions please consult your doctor before taking part in any physical activity.  

Keep moving with us!

Our Health and Wellbeing Advisor from centre's will share each week a Derby Active Together workout. Have a go, lets us have your feedback and share with friends and family. 

Lets see if we can get Derby Active together from home! 

Share on social media #derbyactive

New at HOME class programme 

Workout with the Derby Active team at home! Every week we will be providing a fitness programme for you to keep active and motivated during this difficult time.

Everyone is welcome and its free, just join our Derby Active Classes Facebook group here

The classes are provided by our amazing Derby Active Instructors. We will try our best to provide the programme as listed, but care of our staff is also critical and there may be times due to illness we have to cancel or change, but where possible we will strive to ensure you receive an exciting programme to keep you active!

Classes will be provided as live, pre-recorded or written instructions - enjoy!

* The class programme may be subject to change.


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Fitness workouts on You Tube

Les Mills FREE workouts 

This platform offers 95 free workouts across 8 categories. All the workouts are in English but you should find it easy to follow the visual cues. We promise it won’t automatically collect your data and it will remain available as long as the disruption from Coronavirus continues.

Les Mills on demand

Mywellness App

Derby Active in partnership with Technogym, have put together a series of 16 days of home workouts, in easy, medium and pro difficulties starting 29/03/2020, all workouts do not require equipment so you can do it anywhere also there are videos showing you how to complete the exercise.

If you already use the Mywellness app at one of the Derby Active facilities you will be able to find the workout of the day within the App, choose the level and give it a go

Don’t worry if you do not have an account follow these steps

   2. Download the My Wellness App via the Apple Store or Google Play store.

   3. Log in and you’re ready to go

Within the App you can communicate with a coach if you need help and support when exercising at home.


MyZone Belt Offer - Buy now for only £49.99 (usually£80)
Includes delivery direct to your door. 

Use the following code to register  DCCUK001 
Facility is Springwood Leisure Centre

Myzone May Motivation Challenge

Find out more here about the Myzone Challenge and how to join

Caring for your Wellbeing 

As we all have to stay at home because of coronavirus (COVID-19), it's important to take care of your mind as well as your body. Here are a few links for more information. 


Working from home? Here are some top tips

Many of you are working from home in what is most likely not ideal situations ergonomically. Most likely sat hunched on a sofa or sat on a dining chair. If you are lucky enough to have a home office have you assessed it for correct ergonomics. Lighting, laptop height or monitor height, chair position, ventilation.

It is therefore really important now more than ever that you take regular breaks to get up and move around for a few minutes, stretch and flex,simple hip opener movements, neck stretches.

Are you ensuring that you are drinking sufficient water? While you are home it is a great opportunity to increase your water intake and practice drinking between 2 and 3 litres per day. You will remain more alert and focused if you drink enough and it will help replace those snack cravings. 

We can make some positive changes in our lifestyles right now by taking more care of ourselves.

#DerbyActiveHome #staysafe #stayathome #keepmoving #keephydrated

Written by Helen Treece - Springwood Wellbeing Advisor 


Derby City Council Coronavirus information and advice 

Find out how coronavirus is impacting Council services and facilities.

Check out the latest advice on coronavirus (COVID-19).

InDerby Coronavirus information and updates 

For Derby Active Leisure facilities visit Derby Active COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Information

For Derby LIVE and Derby City Council events in our facilities and parks, please visit Derby LIVE and events COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Information

For Derby parks and open spaces visit Derby Parks COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Information

For Derby City Libraries visit Derby Libraries COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Information

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