Your Questions, Our Answers

Where does the training take place?

Most of our classes are based in the Midlands. We run courses in a range of settings such as community centres, residential homes and even health spas! Just click here to find your local class or contact us to arrange a taster session...... I am sure we will find a solution!

Are FIT4LIFE tutors qualified?

Yes all our tutors are experts in their field and have specialised fitness qualifications as well as Enhanced CRB Checks and Liability Insurance.


Furthermore, staff receive regular training in new skills and their approach to clients. Check out the “About Me“ page for more details on the director, Tina Lloyd's biography.

Why should I exercise and can't I do it by myself?

Of course you can develop your own program, in fact, many of our clients have done this with the guidance of their FIT4LIFE Trainer as well as attending the sessions.


A FIT4LIFE trainer will tailor your exercise and lifestlye program to your needs and provide you with a choice of exercise classes as well as healthy lifestyle advice.

We know that through our research that 96 percent of our clients come to their first class and continue to atttend on a regular basis. Our clients rate our trainers as professional, warm and empathetic people who are specialists in their field.


So what are you waiting for?


Exercise for the over fifties should play a crucial part in their lives but sadly many people arent aware of this.


Studies show that older adults who do physical activity are healthier and less likely to develop serious long-term conditions than those who don't. Provided you go about it sensibly, exercising has very few risks, and certainly fewer than result from not doing physical activity. Starting an exercise programme is also a great way to improve your quality of life and make new friends.


There are many health benefits of an active lifestyle. Regular exercise can reduce your risk of developing:

  • heart disease and stroke
  • type 2 diabetes
  • osteoporosis, osteoarthritis and back pain
  • high blood pressure
  • some cancers, such as bowel cancer

Exercise can also improve your muscle strength and tone, which may mean you're less likely to have an accident or a fall that could lead to an injury. As well as these benefits, regular exercise can improve your:

  • ability to continue with everyday activities
  • cognitive abilities, such as memory and reasoning skills
  • sense of wellbeing and self-esteem



What should I wear to my class?

Any clothing that is loose and comfortable as well as flat supportive shoes. Please bring water or squash if you like.

I have a disability, can I still attend?

Of course!


All our classes are tailored to meet the needs of people affected by a wide range of disabilities. Please contact us if you have any further quesions.

Get in touch:07850 117321 


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