TrY-Sports & Fitness

TrY-Sports and Fitness

At TrYumph in Life we believe in creating a sustainable healthy lifestyle, accessible to all. Our aim is to provide friendly and inclusive sessions that remove barriers to participation. With our flexible and affordable subscriptions, sessions start from as little as £3. 

Feel part of the community, get empowered to improve your health, have fun with friends – and family!

We’d love to have you along…

TrY-Sport and Fitness Timetable

All sessions are at Baslow Sports Field, DE45 1SP, unless otherwise stated. See the descriptions in the dropdown box below for more information. Our Playwaze Manual below that provides information about how to sign-up to the sessions.

4-5pm 5-6pm 6-7pm 7-8pm 8-9pm
Mon
Tues
Weds
Thur
Monday
7pm-8pm
Tuesday
4pm-5pm
5pm-6pm
6pm-7pm
Wednesday
6pm-7pm
Thursday
4pm-5pm
5pm-6pm
6pm-7pm
8pm-9pm
                 

All our sessions are run by qualified, highly experienced, DBS-checked coaches. We also welcome a number of teenage volunteers as part of our Teen Movement programme (see below for details).

We are always trYing to develop our offerings, so if you have any suggestions for developing a new club or would like to work as an associate of TrYumph in Life to benefit from our reduced fees at Baslow Sports Field as well as our marketing network, please get in touch.

Touch Rugby: I sometimes join in with this to make up numbers (despite having no prior experience), but I absolutely love it! As do the dads and lads and daughters that turn out for it. It is a super welcoming session that caters for all abilities and fitness levels. 

Multi-sports: If you’d like your child to develop not just their skills and fitness, but more importantly, their love of sport, I can’t recommend these sessions enough. Run by highly experienced, very fun and all-round lovely coaches Joe Greaves and Michaela Dick, your child could not be in better hands at the start of their sporting lives… 

Netball: We get a lovely spread of ages from 11-16 for this session, with the girls often coming straight from school and helping out with the session beforehand. Whilst there are drills and matches to help improve skills, it is in a very relaxed and fun environment, often with Taylor Swift blaring out!

Running/Wild Athletics: I (Becky) run the running bit for this. Replicating scaled-down versions of the training sessions as used to do as a pro, it’s a chance for any budding athletes to develop their form and fitness. Meanwhile Joe throws throwing and jumping into the mix too, as he devises a range of games that develop athletics abilities and challenges the ‘Wathletes’ to improve their peanut butters (PB’s!)

Let’s Dance: Learn dance group dance routines in a friendly and light-hearted setting! Facilitated by our sports leaders this session is suitable for all those that love to dance for fun.

Rebootcamp: That’s right, rather than coming away bedraggled like from a bootcamp, you’ll emerge ‘rebooted’ after a mix of Fitness Pilates, circuits, stretch and relaxation with a wonderful group of women (men also welcome!). 

Tween Club: Born out of a desire to help keep children engaged in sport during the tricky transition to teens, this session is more casual in nature giving the attendees the chance to choose what they want to do. Sometimes it’s sports. Sometimes it’s woodland games. And sometimes (if it’s raining) it’s snooker and Wii Sports! All supervised by our cool coaches J&M! 

Longshaw Running: Pretty much everyone that starts this group says they’re worried they’re too slow. But soon realise they’re not. If you can warm-up jog continuously for 10min, you’re in! That’s the beauty of interval running: it caters to such a span of abilities and you can choose how hard you want to push – inevitably harder than you would by yourself.

Ladies Night: Did you enjoy doing sport at school? But you’ve lost touch with that innocent sense of freedom and fun that comes from chasing a ball around? Come and rekindle it with us and drop any excuses of not having played in years. That’s what they all say! And you’ve not lost it. A bit of dusting and you’re away. Trust me. And where applicable, bring your daughter. 

Sign up to your £1 Taster Week in
3 quick steps:

Get access to unlimited sports and fitness sessions for the entire family for a whole week for just £1! Come join the #fitnessthroughfun revolution at Baslow Sports Field (+ Longshaw)! 

Step 1: £1 Family Taster Week Sign up!

By clicking below you are invited to sign up to our attendance platform, www.playwaze.com. At this stage just create an account for yourself. You can add dependents’ accounts later if they enjoyed the taster session and would like to join. The one-off payment of £1 permits all your family members to TrY all sessions for one week.  Click on sessions in the timetable above to reveal more information about what’s involved. 

*If you struggle with the sign-up process, checkout our Playwaze Manual below, or contact Becky (see Step 3)

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Step 2: Complete Health Forms

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Step 3: WhatsApp us!

Please message Becky on 07855943236 to let her know which sessions you intend on TrYing! Also feel free to ask her any other questions about the sessions. 

After your taster week, we will be in touch with details of how to sign up to any clubs that take your fancy! We hope you all enjoy your tasters 🙂 !

Instructions for our membership platform – www.playwaze.com

The links in the timetable above and in the £1 taster week sign up will add you to our Playwaze community. This manual explains how to create accounts, sign up to memberships, add dependents, check and settle balances and cancel or pause memberships should you need:

You may notice that there is the option for you to sign up to individual sessions once registered on playwaze, but this is not necessary as we can mark you as attending when we take the register. 

Are you a teen or do you have a teen in your family that would like to be more active and help others to be so? ‘A Teen Movement’ is about just that…plus so much more…
 
Working together, our goal is to create fun and inclusive sessions for the whole community and in so doing give teens the chance to get voluntary/activity hours for Sports Leaders Awards and DofE. Those particularly sporty teens can even qualify for paid for coaching courses which in turn could lead to paid work. And if their family members come along, they qualify even quicker…
 
Click here to learn more about what’s involved and then contact us if you’d like to chat about signing up. We’d love to hear from you. #teenpower!

Click here for our full TrY-Sports and Fitness terms and conditions.

See our Data Protection policy here so you are aware of how we store and what we do with your information.

For a list of all our other policies, codes of conduct and waivers, please click here.

Testimonials

“My 7 year old daughter is a regular at Becky’s Wild Athletics, and absolutely loves it. It is fantastic for her to have such a great time doing sport, and to do ‘proper’ athletics, compared with the ‘throwing the bean bag’ type sport that happens at school. It’s brilliant for us as a family as I go to boot camp while she does her athletics. None of this would work if it wasn’t for Becky, who is a delightful person and a complete star. My daughter absolutely adores her.”
Claire Cadogan
My daughter attended Becky's netball from y4 to y6. She found a new passion for group sports and really enjoyed meeting up with her class mates after school but also meeting new children from different schools. She has gone on to take netball as an extra curricular activity at secondary school. I can highly recommend this group and when her two sisters are old enough they cant wait to join after watching their big Sis! Parents can enjoy a coffee from the cafe so its a win for all! Thanks Becky x
Georgina Abdy
“Before starting family football I was quite apprehensive. I go jogging a few times a week, so I’m used to a little activity but was worried that I may not keep up with the other ladies. Also, I was worried that I’d have to know the rules of the game or be joining a well established group that wouldn’t be accepting of new members. I really didn’t need to worry. Everyone was extremely welcoming and friendly. You choose how much effort you put in and I often come away feeling sweaty and out of breath but having had lots of fun too. You don’t have to be super fit or have loads of knowledge of football to join in. I like that my children can join in many of the sessions, if I want them to! As well as improving my fitness levels, the groups have helped me to tone up and lose weight as well as making me a healthier person with my more sensible approach to food going hand in hand with the exercise. The sessions are very good value for money and I would highly recommend them to anyone of any age and any level of fitness.”
Emily Swindell
“Before starting hockey on Thursdays my daughter had not played before and similarly I had not played since leaving school many, many years previously, however we have both improved immensely and greatly enjoy the fun and friendly atmosphere of the group, making some good friends in the process. My daughter’s confidence in playing hockey has improved hugely and we love playing competitively alongside each other without it being deadly serious! I would strongly recommend this as a great opportunity for mums or to get back into sport, but also more importantly a great way of spending time with your child within a structured sporting activity which is immensely rewarding and enjoyable.”
Sarah Hill
“Coaching at Baslow after school club was great fun and a really good experience in order to develop my confidence and enhance my leadership skills. The sessions included a variety of football, hockey and netball all of which I was able to teach the kids new skills and tactics that I have developed through my own sporting experiences such as at Baslow netball club. It was a great opportunity to enhance my CV, especially since I am wanting to go on to do a sports management course at university. Both myself and the other coaches were treated with respect creating a very welcoming atmosphere, promoting fun, fairness, and friendship.”
Lizzie Wall
'I have been playing rugby with my son for a couple of years. We always have great fun at training and watching my son improve his skills and gain confidence through rugby are the real highlights for me as a father.'
Nick Stoddard