- Why should I join Quit the Gym?
- Will I get shouted at?
- What if it's raining?
- How do I know if Quit the Gym is for me?
- What happens after my trial?
- Is there a joining fee?
- How easy is it to cancel my membership?
- Do my vouchers expire?
- Do I have to book in for classes?
- How has Covid affected QtG?
Why should I join Quit the Gym?
Quit The Gym offers you the chance to get fit, outdoors, with the support and motivation of fully qualified personal trainers.
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Will I get shouted at?
NO! Our trainers are chosen on their ability to motivate and encourage you. We want you to be happy, healthy and part of the movement so everything we do is designed to help you get the most out of each and every class.
What if it’s raining?
Then you’ll get wet! Quit The Gym classes run whatever the weather, 52 weeks a year. But, we know you’ll have fun because you’re not in a sweaty, soulless gym!
How do I know if Quit the Gym is for me?
Sign up for a trial and find out! It can’t hurt, can it? Well, possibly a little.
Find out more about membership options and sign up now.
What happens after my trial?
You have two ways of signing up. Either join as a monthly member, giving you access to unlimited classes across all of our parks, or buy a block of class vouchers.
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Is there a joining fee?
We have a joining fee for members who sign up for the monthly direct debit in order to cover our banking fees. Please check our membership options.
How easy is it to cancel my membership?
Very. Provided there are more than ten working days until your next payment we will cancel your membership.
Do my vouchers expire?
Yes, our vouchers have an expiry date. Please check our membership options.
Do I have to book in for classes?
Voucher members and people taking part in a trial class must book in before attending their class. Please check our class timetable.
If you are a direct debit member, there is no need to book before attending a class (although we may require contact tracing information depending on the current national guidelines).
How has Covid affected QtG?
During lockdown, Quit the Gym classes move to zoom. Our classes are adapted to the online format and still provide a fun, healthy and challenging workout, and the sense of QtG community and social connection remains strong.
Once it is safe to do so, we will return to classes to the parks in accordance with the national guidelines.