We understand one size doesn’t fit all, so whether you prefer working out in the gym alone or within a group, we can show you how to make the most of your valuable exercise time.
How do I get started in the gym?
All gym users are entitled to an introductory orientation with a qualified fitness instructor to guide you through the equipment and ensure that we can tailor your workout to achieve your goals and aspirations whether they want to get fit or fitter, to lose weight or tone up or you are training to be better at your chosen sport.
We can help you every step of the way and Queensway has everything for your whether you are a first time gym goer or you’re an experienced athlete.
The 21 station fitness suite has a variety of equipment to work all areas of the body, to include cardio vascular and strength training equipment.
All of the strength training machines in the fitness suite have the IFI (Inclusive Fitness Initiative) mark on them. The mark is given to the machines that are accessible to all.
The IFI operate an accreditation scheme which recognises the achievements and commitment of leisure facilities who enable disabled people to become physically active. The accreditation provides and INCLUSIVE platform for disabled and non-disabled people to be active together.
All the fitness equipment carries the above mark which makes the fitness suite here at Queensway accessible to all.Centre Manager
Queensway plays host to a variety of fitness classes during the day time and evenings.
All the instructors are qualified to a minimum level 2 certificate in all the activities that are on offer. The new facility has an ambient air temperature which provides the ideal environment to exercise in.
Junior Fitness Gym – Specifically developed to provide a unique activity for young people, not only to promote a fitter and healthier lifestyle, but also encouraging long term active participation into later life.
Supervised Junior Gym Sessions are available:
Tuesdays 4.00 – 5.00pm & Thursdays 4.00 – 5.00pm.
Age range: 11 – 15 years.
The National Exercise Referral Scheme (NERS) is a Welsh Government (WG) funded scheme which has been in development since 2006 to standardize exercise referral opportunities across all local authorities and Local Health Boards in Wales.
The Scheme is funded by Welsh Government and working in partnership with the Welsh Local Government Association (WLGA), local authorities, Public Health Wales (PHW) and Local Health Boards. It targets clients who are at risk of developing chronic disease, providing an opportunity for referrals to access a high quality supervised exercise program to improved health and wellbeing.
Coordinated locally by Wrexham County Borough Council and aimed at those over 16 years of age, who are not used to being regularly physically active and have a medical condition, the Scheme is designed to provide opportunities to exercise that are fun, rewarding and that can be incorporated into everyday life.
Clients are referred by a GP or Health Practitioner so if you think you would benefit from joining this scheme please speak to your GP or visit www.wrexham.gov.uk/ners
The potential benefits of physical activity to health are huge. If a medication existed which had a similar effect, it would be regarded as a ‘wonder drug’ or ‘miracle cure’Professor Sir Liam Donaldson