Calling busy Londoners!

Frustrated that fitness is the first thing to go when life gets busy?

We know that work takes a lot out of you, and that it’s not easy to stick with good intentions of healthy habits.

 

You are not alone! Let us help you find your fun in staying active.



What you can expect?

Group activities

Let us introduce you to our community of like-minded people. We host weekly meet-ups, active and non-active, so that you can share experiences, explore London and improve your knowledge around what's best for your health. We act as the central platform for all your all-round health.

Strategic approach

We've been in your shoes and know what it feels like to be chained to the desk. On a one-to-one basis, we will make sure you know where you can create time and how you can use it to the benefit of your health. Together we'll get you feeling better quicker.

Support & accountability

We also know how hard it can be to prioritise your health, whether it's movement, nutrition or eating. We bring our members together in a support and accountability structure that will make it much easier for you to stick with your goals.

How it started:

The mission to get busy people active began with a frustration of feeling chained to the desk. During 2015, Annie Ross completed 52 sporting challenges in 52 weeks alongside her job in corporate banking. Over 450 people joined her on the challenges, which ranged from 5km swims and triathlons to hula hooping and roller blading. On top of helping busy Londoners find their fun in staying active, she is a fitness columnist at The Evening Standard and also writes for The Huffington Post.

On live TV sharing the story of the 52in52


52 sporting challenges in 52 weeks

Going on with @SUSShealth