Gyms and classes
Let's start with one of the most common New Year’s resolutions; getting into shape. There are quite a few gyms plotted around Ealing, one of the most convenient has to be The Gym
around the corner from Ealing Broadway station. This is in the perfect spot for those looking to fit a gym session in either on the way to work or on the way home in the evening. But if you find yourself idly pushing the pedals on the bikes it may be time to join a class for that extra bit of motivation. Tribeca Studios
on Ealing Broadway has a range of exercise classes suitable for all levels of fitness. The times are regular and flexible enough for you to fit around your busy schedule so there's no excuse not to attend.
Cycling in Ealing
Joining a cycling club is not only a great way to shake up your exercising routine but it’s also a great way to socialise. The Ealing Cycling Campaign is a great place to start if you’re new to the cycling world. Not only do they have a bike rental service for those new to the sport but they also offer training, workshops and a repair station. There is a small fee to join but the benefits of a membership outweigh the cost, just check out their website
to find out more.
A healthier diet
After a month’s worth of gluttony many people decide that their diet needs to drastically change. If you decide you need more fresh produce, or even want to cut out meat entirely, West Ealing has you covered. The farmers market opens every Saturday between 9am – 1pm on Leeland Road, offering an array of fresh vegetables. Or if you need somewhere that’s open more frequently you could try Cudi’s on Broadway which offers high quality fruit and veg throughout the week.
As London’s greenest Borough West Ealing is an ideal place to take up outdoor running. When it comes to parks you’re spoilt for choice, but if you need some ideas for running routes try downloading Map My Run which gives you a list of popular routes in your area. With average times that people have ran in the past this app can easily bring out the competitive edge in you. So if you’re brave enough to face the cold it’s time to break out the dusty running trainers and head out for a jog.