From cardio tennis to free spin classes – there is no excuse to not get fit ? Check out our suggestions of how you can get fit for FREE…..


Work out from home with Sweaty Betty’s online fitness classes. With workouts ranging from yoga to HIIT, explore the video library to find a class to suit your time frame and fitness level. Find out more here.

Or if working out with others is more your thing, head to your local shop for a free in-store class. From yoga to Pilates to HIIT, they have everyone covered. Find out more here.


Like Tennis? Need to get in shape for the summer? Then dust off your tennis rackets and join Lucy at her Cardio Tennis group workout sessions on Tuesday mornings (9.30am until 10.30am) at Chesham Moor. Its great fun and you will burn off loads of calories as you bounce to the beat and hit plenty of balls. No tennis skills required, although you will pick some up along the way. Text or email Lucy to book a free taster session reserve your place. Lucy (07817293675, Thereafter a block of 6 sessions costs £39.


Free, weekly, 5km timed walk, jog or run in 1,300+ communities around the world. I haven’t managed to do the Black Park one yet but a few friends have and really enjoyed it. It takes place every Saturday at 9am. The run is volunteer led, for all ages and abilities. Sign up online, print your barcode and go along! Find out more here.


Ride 45 is a boutique Indoor Cycle Studio In Chalfont St Giles offering daily classes. Expect to rock up, clip in and get caught up in the energy whilst getting a full body workout. Ride45 are token based meaning you only pay for the classes you attend. The first ride is FREE (new customers only). Contact Ride 45 by email or give them a call 07887 564 469. Find out more here.


The Fit House is an independent family gym at Chalfont Park in Chalfont St Peter. They offer a range of services including: personal training, group classes, kids programmes, pre and post natal exercise and nutrition. Free trials are available, book here. They also offer a week free trial for classes. On a Saturday morning they run a family fitness class whereby children are free with a paying adult £10.


Trim trails consist of a dozen or so widely-spaced exercise stations, such as parallel bars, leapfrog blocks and balance beams. These are typically situated in a park or recreation area or alongside a cycle route, and have user instructions beside each piece of equipment. Ask your local council if there is a trim trail in your area. Wendover Woods have a Fitness Trail – click here for more info.


There are over 1500 activities listed across Bucks you can choose from. Whatever your reason, you will be able to find an activity near you and on a day and time that suits you so it can become a part of your routine. Activities include aerobics, gym, swimming, dance, martial arts, badminton, tennis, and yoga just to mention a few. Choose one or two you’d like to try and download a free trial voucher! Find out more here.


Cycling is a great way to explore the beautiful Chilterns landscape and there are lots of routes and activities on offer. Have a look at the Cycle Chilterns website and we sure you’ll be inspired to get out on your bike. The Cycle Chilterns project which finished in 2015 was funded by the Department for Transport to increase cycling within the Chilterns as an alternative to the car. Although the project is no more its website has a wealth of information on cycling in the Chilterns. They have lots of different cycling routes from Family Cycling in the Chilterns to The Four C’s – Cycling, cafes, coffee and cake (now you’re talking ;)):


Grab some fresh air and take a walk in the Chilterns Countryside. The Chiltern Society have loads of free walks on their website which you’re able to sort by location, length and theme (eg stile free, great views, nature, seasonal etc). Click here to find out more.