We pride ourselves on the breadth of our bicycle knowledge and on the wide range of different types of bikes and bike accessories that we have in stock.
We all believe that the bicycle is not just the most efficient form of transport ever invented, but that it is also a constant source of pleasure, whatever way you choose to ride it, fast or slow, long distance or short, rain or shine.
Between the five of us, we have done most of what can be done on a bike:- commuting, touring, racing, mountain biking, swanning around and just having fun. As a result, we can help and advise on every aspect of your cycling life.
Youth & Sports Academy is a non-profit organisation devoted to changing young people's lives through sports and youth activities. Our main aim is to tackle social problems that the youth in UK are facing which includes; drug and alcohol abuse, depression, gang related issues, Islamophobia and family related problems and also to help develop skills, Islamic knowledge and guide them in the right direction.
Aims and Objectives
1. To improve the condition of life for the inhabitants of the area by facilities and other leisure-time occupation
2. To tackle personal and social problems that affects thousands of youths in the area
3. To tackle Islamophobia in the UK
4. To give the youth basic Islamic education
5. To integrate them into the British society without compromising Islamic principles
6. To mentor the youth and provide good role models
7. To ensure that they are in education or career job
8. To guide/advise them to the best academic education
YSA strives to increase the opportunities for all young people and to make them realise their potential in a global society. We continuously look at new ways to inspire young people and to participate, compete, volunteer which allows us to engage with the ethnic minority.
We believe that one of the best ways to reach the youth is through sports. Hence, we provide training sessions, classes and games for the youth which will give them an opportunity to develop their mental and physical health whilst promoting a healthier lifestyle.
As well as sports, we aim to put the youth on track; whether back in to studying, apprenticeship course or help them set up their own business through one of our courses.
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We are currently recruiting players of all abilities for our Male & Female Teams & Mixed Touch Rugby League Team
New to Rugby League (Never Played) to Experienced current/previous players email [email protected] to find out more.
We welcome everyone regardless of Age/Sex or Gender.
Ardwick Sports Hall is a place where both children and adults can come to exercise, relax, have fun and keep healthy. We hold many different clubs and activities for all ages and abilities and also allow private booking of the hall. Take a look at our Program of Activities (http://t.co/9oE9oszq) for a full list of our activities and times. Ardwick Sports Hall is a part of Healthy Ardwick, and is a lottery funded organisation.
The One Goal journey started back in the summer of 2005, when the founders Adam Eccleston and Ann-Marie Robinson wanted to make a positive difference to children’s lives in their local community.
They grew up in a community that was very deprived and unfortunately offered children many negative pathways such as crime, drugs and gangs. Families were often poor, uneducated and unemployed and as a result this often affected the children.
But through experience we have learned that even in a place of limited opportunity, every child can succeed! Providing that children have high aspirations, positive role models and a strong character they can overcome the challenges that life sometimes presents.
We are passionate about supporting children to have big goals and to believe in themselves so that they can reach their full potential. That’s why our mission is to: Inspire 1,000,000 children to have One Goal for a Brighter Future.
Even today as a successful business the community spirit that started in 2005 is still strong with One Goal regularly contributing profits to offer charitable initiatives that help children raise their aspirations and develop important life skills.
We want people everywhere to join the mission, have One Goal for a brighter future and live their best life!
Here at Lucozade Powerleague Manchester, we are the Champions of 5 a side football, offering 12 5-a-side state of the art 5G rubber crumb pitches along with a brand new 7-a-side pitch. All the pitches are caged and floodlit.
We offer 5 a side Football Leagues, Tournaments, Pitch Hire, Kids Parties and Function Room Hire.
Training Monday's 5pm - 6pm @ East Manchester Academy
Matches Played on Sunday's away and at home times vary between 8:30am and 2:00 PM
If you wish to join our teams please contact the number on the page and turn up to training
To me it feels that some people are waiting for the ‘magic pill’ to appear to help achieve their goals without putting in any real effort in exercising or living healthy.
If you look around in popular mainstream society there are so many fad diets, nutrition & detox programs that promise the world and in the end deliver nothing in the way health,well being.
With that in mind it seems strange that society has never before had more access to information about the steps to good health.
Search engines like Google have allowed us to gain access to literally millions of pages of literature in an instant. Similarly, society has never had more access to low fat foods than ever before, nor have we had so many exercise options, fitness facilities or health professionals available to us.
Yet statistically the world is getting unhealthier, fatter and living with cardiovascular based diseases more than ever before. According to research from the NHS and the British Heart foundation there are 15 million Brits living with Obesity today running the risk of developing often life threatening diseases such as, Type 2 Diabetes, Cancers, Osteoarthritis, Heart disease, Depression, Strokes. The list is endless and very worrying indeed.
The researchers predict that if the current trend continues, up to 48% of men and 43% of women in the UK could be obese by 2030. Link that sink in, that nearly half of the population.
This would add an additional £2 billion per year in medical costs for obesity diseases. The statistics are a major reason why cardiovascular disease remains the largest cause of mortality in Britain today; respectively cardiovascular disease (the term used for Heart, Stroke and blood vessel disease) kills 1 person every 10 minutes in the UK.
Despite improvements over the last few decades, it remains one the biggest burdens of our countries economy.
As a health professional I have simply taken the science of human physiology and the science of muscle biochemistry (which hasn't changed for thousands of years and isn't likely to in the near future) and applied it to a body transformation programme which has been heavily researched and proven time and time again with happy clients of mine.
The program can be adapted to anybody no matter how big or small your goals are. All you need is some determination and will power.
National Cycling Centre
The National Cycling Centre is the home of Manchester Velodrome, Britain's first indoor Olympic cycling track and widely regarded as one of the World's finest and fastest board tracks. We are the busiest Velodrome in the world. The Velodrome is the home to Team GB
Sportcity in Manchester was used to host the 2002 Commonwealth Games. It is in east Manchester, a mile from Manchester city centre, and was developed on former industrial land including the site of Bradford Colliery.Sportcity's largest structure, the City of Manchester Stadium, was built for the 2002 Commonwealth Games. It is now home to Manchester City F.C. and is one of the largest football stadiums in England. The Manchester Velodrome is the base for British Cycling and the National Indoor BMX Arena was completed in 2011. SportCity is home to the National Squash Centre and the Manchester Regional Arena for athletics. Future developments will include Manchester City's £50m training complex and a leisure complex.Location and venuesThe Sportcity complex is in Beswick and Bradford in east Manchester. A visitor centre provides information the site's history from a heavily industrialised area to its ongoing regeneration. The Etihad Campus tram stop on the Manchester Metrolink close to Joe Mercer Way became operational on 11 February 2013.
The Masters Organisation was set up to provide World class events for riders over 35 years old outside those chosen by their National Federations. It is also intended to allow riders to compete at such as World level for as long as they wish to remain competitive and increase participation in their respective age groups.
We are an entirely self-funded non-profit making body and receive no support from any NGB or other sporting organisation of Great Britain.
Despite this we have a proven track (no pun intended) or providing high class events, something which the UCI pointed out this year when they agreed to at the World Masters Track Championships should remain in Great Britain until 2016 at the earliest.
We are sure that 2013 will be as well supported as 2011 when the event returned to Manchester for the first time since 2006.
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Able to offer personal training and sports massage for both sports specific or health and wellbeing at your home or my personal studio.
Fitcamp also runs throughout the year Monday, Wednesday and Friday 7pm at Phillips Park, Sport City, Clayton. Fitcamp provides a fun outdoor group exercise experience, it is not a boot camp but aimed at those who want results, but would like some one to help them in a friendly way.
Meeting point is at the Fairclough Street entrance.