• Challenges: ‘Arm Day’ with a Gym Bunny

    We all have that one friend who is obsessed with the gym. It might be painful for some readers to hear that I am that friend. However, all I’ve ever really done is cardio, so when Impact Features challenged me to take on a totally different workout – involving...
  • Flora Maier: “Better sports, or £40 million that could’ve been allocated better?”

    The David Ross Sports Village is soon to be completed. After the announcement of the £40 million investment and the rather quick development, given its 3480 square metre refurbishment, we are now able to gaze at its full glory when another university year rolls around in September. The new...
  • How to Make the Most of Your Summer at Home

    Term ended a few weeks ago and already the bubble that is University is fading into blackness, as students up and down the country, far away from their Midland home of Nottingham, are beginning to wonder: what did I ever used to do with all this spare time? We look at how to...
  • We need cheaper gym memberships, not new Sports Centres

    The University of Nottingham is pumping millions of pounds into new sporting facilities to encourage people to get more involved in sport. However, who will really be left to pick up the costs of this investment? These new facilities will include a sports village, an expanded fitness suite, an...
  • New multi-million pound sports village for University Park

    The University of Nottingham (UoN) have revealed plans to invest £40m in a new sports complex for University Park. The new facilities will include an adaptable twenty court hall, a climbing wall, an archery and fencing hall, a martial arts dojo and athletics facilities. The project, called ‘The David Ross...
  • Forget The Gym: How To Stay Fit In Your Student House

    It would be such a cliché to open this piece about ‘how to stay fit at home’ by telling everyone that ‘it really can be done in your living room’, so that’s exactly what I’m going to do. In fact, I’m going to do more than that, and encourage...