Sports Clubs and Gyms in Brighton and Hove
Whether you want to burn off calories on the cardio machines in the gym and studio classes, tone up with the free weights and resistance equipment of take a leisurely dip in the pool, all of this is possible in Health & Leisure Clubs.
Yoga is a traditional spiritual practice for uniting body and mind, through the practice of physical postures known as ‘Asanas’ combined with awareness of the breath. Regular practice of Yoga releases tensions in the body and can lead to overall improvements in health and well-being including increased flexibility, strength and sensitivity; improved functioning of bodily systems; mental clarity and confidence.
There is a greyhound racing circuit the Brighton & Hove Greyhound Stadium – in Hove, run by Coral, at which Motorcycle speedway racing was staged in 1928. Basketball team Brighton Bears were in the British Basketball League before dropping out at the end of the 2005/06 season. Their home venue was at The Triangle Leisure Centre in Burgess Hill.
Brighton Ultimate, an ultimate Frisbee team was set up in 1985. The Brighton and Hove Pétanque Club runs an annual triple, doubles and singles competition, informal KOs, winter and summer league, plus Open competitions with other clubs. The club is affiliated to Sussex Pétanque, the local region of the English Pétanque Association, so they can also play at a Regional and National level.
Sports clubs and societies are groups of students with a shared interest. They arrange an amazing array of campaigns, training, competitions, events and meetings throughout the year.
Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club is the city's professional football team. After playing at the Goldstone Ground for 95 years, the club spent two years ground-sharing at Gillingham before returning to the town as tenants of the Withdean Athletics Stadium.
Whitehawk Football Club is a semi-professional football club based in the Whitehawk suburb of Brighton. Brighton and Hove is home to the Sussex County Cricket Club at Eaton Road in Hove. Brighton Football Club (RFU) is one of the oldest Rugby Clubs in England.
Brighton & Hove Hockey Club is a large hockey club, with a homeground based in Hove. Throughout the year many events take place on Madeira Drive (a piece of roadway on Brighton's seafront), which was constructed to host what is commonly held to be the world's oldest motor race, the Brighton Speed Trials, which has been running since 1905.
Brighton has a horse-racing course, Brighton Racecourse, with the unusual feature that when the full length of the course is to be used, some of the grass turf of the track has to be laid over the tar at the top of Wilson Avenue, a public road, which therefore has to be closed for the races.
The Underground Gym In Portslade, Cheetahs Gym In Hove, The Gym Group, Pure Gym (Formally La Fitness), Fitness First, David Llyod At Brighton Marina , Virgin Active, Sports Direct, Active4less are other popular gyms in Brighton.
Gym classes offer a strength, functional, and combat gym that caters for all levels of fitness and ability. Gym will improve an already existing skill set or try something you’ve never tried before or just get fit, lose weight, or tone up. In Brighton there have a wide range of classes, an extensive functional space and gym kit to rival anyone.
In gym clubs team have helped members lose weight, gain muscle, recover from injury and much more in Brighton. And, most importantly, they’ll help you have fun along the way. Inside the club, sometimes you’ll have unlimited access to large free weights area, including plate loaded and an Olympic rig, a packed gym class timetable and lots of gym equipment you need to fast track your fitness journey.
Getting fit and staying fit is a lifestyle choice, so to help you schedule your workouts into your busy life, gym clubs will remain beside you.
Whether you want to improve your level of fitness, compete in competitive sports, have fun with your friends or gain additional coaching qualifications, they can help. Sport Brighton offers classes, memberships, health and wellbeing services, NGB courses and a chance to take part in a range of sporting clubs and activities.
They provide opportunities for all of their users to enjoy sport and exercise and lead an active and healthy lifestyle. Sussexsport facilities are all located on campus at two sites; the Sport Centre and the Falmer Sports Complex. To use the facilities, gold, silver and bronze memberships are offered, all of which come with the ability to make online bookings. Alternatively, you can pay and play.