Fabulass, the leading female sport & fitness brand at the University of Hull

At the University of Hull, we aim to inspire female students to get involved with sport and active recreation in a way that is right for them. Thats why we have a range of female only sport sessions exclusively for you called ‘Fabulass’.

Under the Fabulass brand we have many female only sessions such as Squash, Netball, Girls That Run plus our sport and fitness programme.

Our sport and fitness programme is unique is the sense that every week is a surprise activity and you will not know what you’ll be taking part in until you arrive at the session. The sessions are fitness focused as well as introducing the basics skills of each sports with the main focus of fun, social and empowering women to be physically active. Our programme has had fantastic results were participants are a lot more confident due to our programme because one it’s just for ladies!

This currently takes place over two sites so make hurry and reserve your place now for the Fabulass programme, as there are limited places on both programmes.

Are you going to be the next girl to feel Fabulass?

Sign up here: https://campussporthull.typeform.com/to/NBWWbA

Time

  • Monday: Lawns Centre – 19.00-20.30pm (Starts on Monday, 8th October)
  • Thursday: Hull Campus – 19.00-20.30pm (Starts on Thursday, 11th October)

Cost

  • Free (Lawns Centre as part of the accommodation package)
  • £2 for Hull Campus

For more information on sessions we have on offer, please visit the Fabulass webpage or follow on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook!

 

Join in an exercise class, with a twist… #UVZumba

UV Zumba is back during Welcome Week and we cannot wait!

Where and When: Asylum Nightclub – Student Central, 20th August at 19.30-20.30pm. Make sure you arrive a little earlier to get as much UV glitter paint on you.

What to expect: Zumba with a twist! Want to throw some fantastic shapes on the dance floor in the dark with glowing lights and loud music? If this sounds like fun to you then come along to our UV Zumba session to experience this great new workout!

You’ll be given glow sticks ready to party in the dark and get fit to current tracks with your friends!

How to get involved: Reserve your ticket through the ‘What’s On’ page on the Hull Student website

Who to look out for: Our friendly Hull Sport activators will be there to welcome you to the session so you can have UV paint, glow sticks and ready for a fitness session like no other.

 

 

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Our fitness suite is on the move

It’s game on as the first phase of our brand new sports facilities nears completion. As we transition from phase one of the development to phase two, will we need to relocate the fitness suite from the existing building to the new sports arena. We’ve tried our hardest to minimise the impact on members but there will inevitably be some disruption during the move. We understand that this is an inconvenience but we appreciate your patience whilst we bring you the first phase of our £16 million redevelopment.

PREPARATION IS EVERYTHING
Tuesday 4 September

The fitness suite will remain open in the existing building, although there will be limited equipment available as we prepare to move. Some cardio machines will be accessible, along with weights ranging from 2kg to 20kg. Our expert team will also be on hand in a temporary personal training zone.

THE BIG MOVE
Wednesday 5 to Monday 10 September

From 10.30am on Wednesday 5 September, the fitness suite will be unavailable as it is relocated to the new sports arena. We will be open again at 7am on Monday 10 September.

SOFT LAUNCH 
Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 September

Fancy a preview? A soft opening will provide an opportunity for members to enjoy a 15 minute tour of the new facilities, followed by 45 minutes in the fitness suite. To book a slot email tim.purdy@hull.ac.uk there are limited spaces available and these will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

As part of the soft opening, a members’ rig class will run at 10am on both Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 September. Again, limited spaces are available so book early to avoid disappointment tim.purdy@hull.ac.uk

GROUP EXERCISE CLASSES

Our fantastic range of group exercise classes will run as normal, taking place in the existing building and transferring to the new sports arena on Monday 10 September.

REOPENING

The fitness suite will reopen at 7am on 10 September, with the new sports arena fully opening on Monday 17 September. Fitness suite members will be able to access free guest passes from reception as a small thank you for bearing with us during the move.

 

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Accessing the Sports Centre

As phase one of our £16 million investment programme nears completion, we are about to enter a particularly busy period. Whilst we have taken every opportunity to minimise disruption to our customers, there will be some slight changes to how you access our facilities over the next few weeks. Here is everything you need to know –

  1. Squash court refurbishment – 27 July to 28 August
    Courts 1, 3 and 5 will be out of use. There will also be reduced spectator space due to the building works taking place.
  2. Reduced parking – 30 July to 7 September
    Please use the temporary car park on the cricket pitch at the rear of the building. Temporary disabled car parking spaces will be available.
  3. Refurbishment of reception – 6 August to 7 September
    There will be no access through the main reception area. Please follow the signposts to the new temporary reception.
  4. Fitness suite move – 6 September to 8 September
    The fitness suite is moving to a new temporary home on the first floor of the new building. This means that the fitness suite will be closed from 10.30am on 5 September until it reopens on 10 September.
  5. Sports Centre closes for refurbishment – 16 September
    There will be no access to the existing building. You will be able to access the squash courts via the path to the rear of the Sports Centre.
  6. New sports arena fully opens – 17 September
    Great news! You will be able to access our brand new building and start to enjoy some of the best sports facilities in the region!

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Summer Sport Programmes at the University of Hull

During the summer holidays, we have a range of programmes taking place at the University of Hull sport facilities for children aged 8 – 18 years. See what we have in store….

 

Learn how to play Squash

The University Sport Development team will be delivering junior squash sessions for children aged between 7-15 years through August. The sessions will be £5 for 5 weeks, which will include coaching for all abilities in an ever-growing racket sport and will be sure to keep them active during the summer holidays. The sessions will take place down at University of Hull squash courts located in the sports and fitness centre, every Wednesday from 4:20-5:20pm.

For more information or to book your child on to the programme, please email campussport@hull.ac.uk or call a member from the team on 01482 466491.

 

Kicks Summer Programme

In partnership with Tigers Trust, the University is delivering a six-week sport programme involving Rugby, Squash, Basketball and many more. Make sure you don’t miss the first week as a player from Hull FC will be attending the session to open our summer camp!

At the end of the six-week programme, all participants will take part in a multi-sport tournament with a few more surprises on the way. Watch this space for more info!

  • Wednesday, 5.30-6.30pm
  • Free of charge
  • University of Hull Sport Grounds

 

 

 

 

 

Free Footy During The Summer Holidays!

Starting from Monday 30th July until September 3rd, the University Sport Development team are offering free football sessions at the University of Hull sport grounds between 12.30-14.00pm for children aged 10 years and above.

There is no need to book, just turn up and get involved.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For more information on the above, please email campussport@hull.ac.uk or call a member from the team on 01482 466491.

Girls That Lift is returning this summer

The University Girls that Lift is our unique female only programme is back during the summer holidays and is designed to teach you how to add free-weights into your workouts and perform these exercises with confidence.

 

From mastering the perfect technique in the squat, deadlift, pull up and hip thrust, to learning all about barbells and dumbbells, this course will help any beginner get the most out of their gym workouts.

 

 

This fantastic four-week programme starts from Wednesday 18th July from 7-8pm for only £20.

What you waiting for, call us now on 01482 466234 and sign up before somebody else does.

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University to welcome over 1600 runners to campus for Hull Half Marathon

hull half marathon

This Sunday, runners taking part in the inaugural Asda Foundation Hull Half Marathon will be making their way through campus as the University is an ‘official venue partner’ for the run.

This is a really exciting event and colleagues are encouraged to get involved by supporting the 1600 runners visiting our beautiful campus, including over 40 of our colleagues who will proudly be representing the University in vibrant t-shirts.

In addition to the race, there will be live music, food, family games including giant inflatable Jenga and a football table on the plaza outside of the Brynmor Jones Library, making it a fun day out for friends and family too. Spectators should come to campus at least 15 minutes before they expect their friend/family member to reach mile eight, in order to ensure they get a good view – we expect the first runners to come through at 9.45am.

Colleagues and students from the Faculty of Health Sciences will also be representing the University and providing massages to runners at the finish line in a branded tent, providing another fantastic opportunity to raise awareness of the University.

Spectators can enter the campus via the north west entrance on Inglemire Lane circled on the map here. All visitors will need to park on the temporary car park located on the cricket pitch.

Road closures surrounding the University are shown with the purple line on the map, but the full list of road closures can be found here.

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Annual O2 Touch Summer League is Back! Enter your team now!

The yearly O2 Touch Summer League is back & entries are now open!

Each year in partnership with the RFU, we host the Summer O2 Touch league at the University of Hull. So what is involved?

For five weeks, you will get to play touch on the world-class Rugby facilities at the University plus referees and fixtures are organised for you. At the end of the tournament, we invite all team members to attend the finale to watch touch with a BBQ and refreshments.

The league is open to anybody in Hull & surrounding areas so if you are part of a sports team, business, department, club who want to try something new, have fun and get this summer, why not enter?

Entries are now open so contact a member from the University Sport Development team on campussport@hull.ac.uk or call 01482 466491.

Proud to be part of the Hull Half Marathon 2018

This Sunday, runners taking part in the inaugural Hull Half Marathon will be making their way through campus as the University is an ‘official venue partner’ for the run.

This is a really exciting event and colleagues are encouraged to get involved by supporting the 1600 runners visiting our beautiful campus, including over 40 of our very own staff who will proudly be representing the University in vibrant t-shirts. Colleagues and students from the Faculty of Health Sciences will also be representing the University and providing massages to runners at the finish line in a branded tent – make sure you look out for them.

In addition to the race, there will be live music, food and family games including a giant inflatable football table and Jenga, located on the plaza outside of the Brynmor Jones Library, making it a fun day out for friends and family too. We expect the first runners to come through our campus at 9.45am so make sure you come along and join us!

Spectators can enter the campus via the north west entrance on Inglemire Lane circled on the map here. All visitors will need to park on the temporary car park located on the cricket pitch.

Road closures surrounding the University are shown with the purple line on the map, but the full list of road closures can be found here.

 

For more information, please visit the official Run For All website.

Check out our summer timetable…

Staying in Hull over Summer? Don’t worry, the Campus Sport programme is continuing and we’ve got plenty of sessions to keep you occupied. Check out our new timetable that will come in to affect from Monday 4 June.

Click here -> Summer Programme 2018

Its that time of the year again, #02Touch Summer League is back
  • 5 weeks of organised fixtures with referees at the @UniOfHull
  • For only £70
  • Open to students, staff & community
To enter, please email campussport@hull.ac.uk or 01482 466491.

 

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