The King’s vision is to make the world a better place through excellence in teaching, research and service to society. Our themed Faculty campaigns showcase different ways we are working to achieve that vision, on a local and global scale.
Fitness Campaign (#FitforKings)
In the run up to National #FitnessDay on Wednesday 20 September 2023, we are shining a light on different aspects of research and activity across the Faculty that relate to fitness, supporting our staff, our students and the wider community to achieve optimum health and wellbeing.
King’s Sport & Wellness
King's Sport & Wellness delivers a range of opportunities for students and staff to get involved in sport and physical activity. Running social sport sessions through the BeActive programme, utilise exercise to improve mental health in the Active Wellness Scheme, support elite athletes through their Performance programme and operate four gyms across King's campuses and halls of residence.
King’s Move is an app that rewards you for being active. Whether you’re walking, running, cycling or swimming you can earn points just for being active.
You can then redeem your points for rewards such as a Kings food hot drink, a King’s Sport Gym Day pass or a King’s Move Hoody. Its completely free to join.
Find out more on points, prizes and how to download the King’s Move app.
King’s Sport & Wellness also offers a free, online and on-demand fitness service through a partnership with fitness provider Les Mills.
The King’s community can access several classes, ranging from meditation to HIIT. Content will be updated regularly to keep your online workouts exciting and fresh.
Access the classes on KEATS or find out more here.
Active Wellness Scheme
An initiative for anybody in the King's community who is experiencing stress or has physical and/or mental wellbeing to help people boost their general wellbeing and find their personal best.
King’s Wellness Scheme is comprised of three pathways giving you different options to look after your wellbeing, each pathway is designed to focus on a way to wellbeing from becoming more physically active to giving to others.
Visit the Active Wellness Scheme webpage to explore the different pathways.