This page is to keep you updated with everything that is happening Now! Note our Online Core Active Collective will be a permanent slot at the top as it’s run continuously throughout the year!

Core Active Collective

Throughout the year you can join our Core Active Crew. Our crew joining fee is £80 for a full years membership. This membership entitles you to exclusive use to a private Facebook group, within this group you will get access to :

  • Home workout videos – HITT bodyweight, kettlebell, sport specific for you to do at home or at the gym in your own time
  • Nutrition info and healthy/tasty recipes updated frequently throughout the year
  • 24/7 support from us to help you stay on track and help you achieve your goals
  • Automatic invites to workshops, challenges, events, and training camps at a discounted rate
  • A community of like minded people to help motivate, encourage and support each other to achieving your goals
  • Retreats and social nights such as our yearly summer BBQ and Xmas party.

To find out more or to join our Core Active Crew contact us by entering your details below


Our Next Event Is Our Kettlebell Workshop

25th February – 12.30 – 2.30pm Energie Gym Fulham

1 hour of a kettlebell workshop – 1 hour of a kettlebell circuit

1 Epic goodie bag!

Click the Eventbrite link below to find out more details or to book your place!

Our Next Run Technique Workshop

 Sunday 12th March, Kingsmeadow track, Kingston 9.30 – 11.30am – £20pp

Our run workshops are for all levels of fitness and abilities and are perfect for anyone looking to improve their running as well as keeping injury free. On the day we will cover such things as how to warm up efficiently before you run, too often many just run slower to warm up and then end up getting injured. We show you how to warm up correctly to get ready for any run or race and with less chance of getting injured. We also cover the “Pose Method” of running, whereby we cover the basic drills to help get you up on the ball of the foot and get you away from heel striking (which has a higher chance of injury). We also go over our 6 strength and core exercises that we suggest you do on a regular basis to help improve your overall fitness, core stability and strength. Finally to finish the workshop we will take you through an intense cool down that we recommend you do not only after every run but every time you train. Our workshops also give plenty of chance for Q&A and you’ll also be given a handout so you can take away information you have learnt on the day in case you have any fear or forgetting. Don’t just take our word for it, here’s what past attendees have said about our Run Workshops…


I was quite nervous attending Steve and Roxy’s run technique workshop as I hadn’t run for a very long time. I thought I would struggle to keep up and be behind everyone else, but actually it was quite the opposite. Everyone made me feel really welcome on the day and we stayed together as a group throughout the workshop, so no one got left behind. I found the drills really helpful and my running is now easier since attending. I would thoroughly recommend to anyone wanting to improve their running at any level.  Sandy


I am quite a keen runner and enter 10k, marathon and triathlon races regularly each year. I used to struggle with lower leg injuries such as a pulled calve and a torn achilles. So I found Steve and Roxy online and attended one of their workshops, the run drills i had never done before but instantly I felt lighter on my feet, even if you struggle with co-ordination like I do, you soon get used to them as you do many repetitions. I soon realised my injuries were probably caused from heel striking, now with better technique and landing the correct way I rarely get injured. The strength and core exercises we were shown also has helped improve my strength and I continue to do these at the gym and at home as much as I can. If i hadn’t attended Core Active’s workshop I would probably still be getting hampered in my running due to injuries, instead I’m stronger and faster then ever. Mike