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There are a number of coached training sessions running each week. Some vary depending on the season and on the demand of members.

Swim Sessions

WHEN: Every Monday

WHERE:  Fresh Fitness Pool, Richmond Drive, Skegness.


6:00pm - 7:00pm (Coached)

7:00pm - 8:00pm (Free Swim)

The sessions are for 1 hour and we have sole use of 2 lanes to accommodate novice and experienced swimmers. A typical session includes:

  • a warm-up, drills to improve technique

  • fitness sets

  • and a warm-down


Don't worry, you don't have to be a confident swimmer as we plan the sessions to suit all abilities. All we ask is that you can swim 100m unaided. These sessions are designed to improve your swimming no matter what your current level is. 

NB: You have to be a member of Fresh Fitness to join the swim sessions but if you want to give it a go, you can get a free 7 day pass to try it out first.


Bike Sessions

WHEN: Some Sunday Mornings

WHERE:  Fresh Fitness Pool, Richmond Drive, Skegness.


Check our Facebook group for more info.

Through the summer months, we run social club rides around the beautiful local countryside. During winter, at times, we run indoor Turbo sessions, where you can bring your bike and turbo trainer along for a group session that will improve your pedal technique, posture on the bike and will most certainly build your cycle strength and aerobic fitness. 

We can also point you in the right direction to get a 'bike fit' which will help you increase power and efficiency, whilst reducing strains and injuries.


Weekend social ride-outs and brick sessions are also planned as regularly as possible.

Running Sessions

WHEN: Saturday

WHERE:  Fresh Fitness Pool, Richmond Drive, Skegness.

TIME: Usually around 9am

Our run sessions are held regularly throughout the year. The run sessions primarily focus on improving run technique through various drills and fitness using interval training.


We also look at running off the bike and running with the bike, to train the legs to adapt to the bio-mechanical change that takes place when you stop cycling and start running. Also practice running with the bike helps you to control the bike and speed up transition times.

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