York Sport Centre located at University of York, James Way, Heslington, York YO10 5NA, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01904 323856

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Nick Zeigler

5 Google Rating

Best olympic gym in York with friendly, helpful staff, excellent trainers, and a welcoming, helpful

5/ 5

Best olympic gym in York with friendly, helpful staff, excellent trainers, and a welcoming, helpful community of members. Very gender neutral/woman friendly. Not a bro-show, no creepers/creeping that Ive seen, and everyone is polite and helpful enough to ensure it would never become a problem. Lots of field facilities for track and field, tennis, volleyball, badminton, swimming, football and field hockey. They even support an American football intramural league!

Cooper Addis

5 Google Rating

Really cheap gym if you are a student and it has a decent selection of equipment inside. They also h

5/ 5

Really cheap gym if you are a student and it has a decent selection of equipment inside. They also host a variety of club events and classes.

Reening Lau

2 Google Rating

A summary of how I feel about this gym after frequently attending for the past 6 months. The good:

2/ 5

A summary of how I feel about this gym after frequently attending for the past 6 months. The good: Lots of equipment for olympic lifting and powerlifting. Platforms and high quality eleiko barbells. No doubt they cost a fortune and I appreciate the gym for putting in the funds. There's a water cooler too at the very least. The Bad: Unfortunately, suffers from the problem of not having any mirrors in the weight lifting area. I understand that one should know how to do the exercises before attempting to do a squat or deadlift but it helps if there were mirrors by which one could check their forms with. Staff are sometimes disinterested with their jobs. This first time I tried signing up, I didn't feel welcomed into the gym and it felt like I was just a nuisance. I go with my gut feeling a lot and so far, I haven't been particularly happy with how things are run here. I also don't get why they have some sort of dislike towards gym bags brought into the gym. I keep my fatgrips jump rope and elastic bands in them and it seems stupid to ban these things in the gym. Am I supposed to grow another set of arms so I can carry everything without a bag? Management is clueless on how to carry its job. All in all, its great if your focus is on powerlifting and olympic weighlifting, but if your goals are just to maintain fitness, you're better off probably at Swift Fitness York or Ebor Fitness. And they don't cost as much and are open for more days in the year than this Sport Centre. You know what, as of today I'm joining swift fitness. Waste of my time being here in this gym

Angela Ellis-Skelton

4 Google Rating

So many lines on the floor can be a little confusing

4/ 5

So many lines on the floor can be a little confusing

Alan Pedrassoli Chitayat

5 Google Rating

Staff is usually really helpful and the gun looks a bit old but is actually really good

5/ 5

Staff is usually really helpful and the gun looks a bit old but is actually really good

Ann Stow

5 Google Rating

Great venue for playing badminton. Helpful staff.

5/ 5

Great venue for playing badminton. Helpful staff.

Paul Roberts

5 Google Rating

Lovely place to go for students and public.

5/ 5

Lovely place to go for students and public.

Rob Dover

5 Google Rating

Aside from the militant geese, this is a splendid facility and good place to participate in and watc

5/ 5

Aside from the militant geese, this is a splendid facility and good place to participate in and watch athletics.

Walmir Ferreira

5 Google Rating

Good parking space and easy access

5/ 5

Good parking space and easy access

The Tingus Gideous

5 Google Rating

Very pleasant experience. Friendly staff and Covid aware!!!

5/ 5

Very pleasant experience. Friendly staff and Covid aware!!!

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  • Sunday09:00 - 20:00
  • Monday06:30 - 22:00
  • Tuesday06:30 - 22:00
  • Wednesday06:30 - 22:00
  • Thursday06:30 - 22:00
  • Friday06:30 - 22:00
  • Saturday09:00 - 19:00

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