Halton Tennis and Health & Fitness is your premier sporting venue near Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire Tel: 01296 623453

Come and see us

We'd love to show you around so you can see what makes Halton special. Complete this form to arrange a visit, and try a free Club tennis session!


Tennis Club Health & Fitness Club Both
Superb gym facilities at Halton

Without a doubt, the most enjoyable part of my training is using the amazing outdoor area! The fresh air and natural environment definitely adds to the enjoyment of my workouts.

Nicole Pistak, gym member

Outdoor training zone

Find out more

For more info on making the most of our outdoor training zone, or to book onto one of our Boot Camps, contact
Jason Healeas
07970 647707

Why not try the unique challenges offered by our outdoor fitness area – it’s for all ages and abilities & offers a unique option to enjoy your training in the fresh air using some amazing equipment. It’s like a big playground for adults to develop their physical skills - why should children have all the fun?

Outdoor fitness equipment can be used for a variety of exercise and we promote a playful/fun approach, trying different movements. There is no emphasis on specific number of repetitions, and as always a consistent gradual approach is best, working within your limits.

Free classes for Full Members

Full membership includes 5 classes run in our outdoor training area each week:

Day Session Time Organiser
Mon Push/Pull/Jump 6:30 - 7:15am
Chris
Tue HIIT - High Intensity 7:10 - 7:50pm
Chris
Wed Push/Pull/Jump 6:30 - 7:15am
Chris
Thu Get in Shape Circuit 7:30 - 8:30pm Chris
Sat Boot Camp 8:30 - 9:30am Chris
to book a place.

Boot Camps

Introduced in 2014, and really popular - Boot Camps are a great way to burn fat, lose weight, increase energy and strength. Minimal equipment exercises to challenge you and provide that all-over body workout.

Current camps with Jason:

Day Session Time Organiser
Mon General 6:30pm Jason
Wed General 7:30pm Jason
Halton health club facilities - outside training area