Teaming Up For Health
Teaming up for Health is a partnership between the Hull FC Foundation, NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and Hull Kingston Rovers Community Trust.
Teaming Up For Health
Teaming up for Health is a partnership between the Hull FC Foundation, NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and Hull Kingston Rovers Community Trust. Delivering various weekly sessions, the partnership aims to improve the health and wellbeing of the people of Hull, in addition to raising awareness of health and wellbeing campaigns, services and organisations throughout the city.
Back Onside provides supporters and members of the wider public with the opportunity to train with past and current players to build their strength, stamina and fitness with other likeminded men.
Whether you are looking to get back into exercise or add to your weekly routine, our weekly Back Onside sessions are open to males over the age of 35 of any fitness level and ability, and provide a supportive environment to enable participants to enjoy exercise.
Whilst the primary focus is around physical activity, the sessions also look to develop participants ’self-confidence, teamwork, and a positive attitude towards exercise. Sessions, which run in blocks of 10 weeks, are delivered by Hall of Famer Lee Crooks, and are completely FREE.
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Fancy training at the very same facilities as the Hull FC first team?? Want the opportunity to meet the players?? Welcome to Fit4FC!
Fit4FC enables fans to participate in a weekly boot camp session at our first-team training ground on County Road. Led by former Black & White Connor Bower, the sessions provide a full-body workout within a fun and supportive environment. In addition, participants will have the chance to meet members of the first team at Q & A nights, the opportunity to attend workshops around nutrition and a healthy lifestyle, and access to free NHS Health Checks.
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Our Old Faithful programme aims to offer fans the chance to reminisce about the club, sport, and Hull. Laid back, informal sessions led by Hull FC Foundation staff allows participants to tell and hear stories about their experiences of following the Black & Whites.
Memorabilia provided by FC Voices volunteer Alan James provides participants with a fantastic selection of player shirts, dating from 1982 onwards, in addition to team photographs dating back to 1895, Jack Harrison memorabilia and much more. Current and ex-player visits, including Lee Crooks and Johnny Whiteley, are also a regular feature of Old Faithful sessions.
Sessions are taken out into the community within a wide range of settings, including care homes, memory clinics and assisted living complexes. As part of the Teaming up for Health project, these sessions can also be delivered alongside Hull Kingston Rovers, providing participants with staff and memorabilia from both clubs.
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Working alongside Hull City Council’s Healthy Lifestyles team, Hull FC Foundation deliver weekly Rugby Tots sessions in two locations in the North and the West of the city.
Incorporating a range of fun activities, the emphasis at these sessions is on fun and enjoyment for children aged 2-5 years (and their parents!) and developing key movement and social skills. Sessions take place during term times at the following times and locations and are just £1 per session;
Wednesdays, 10.30- 11.15am, Hessle Road Network, Massey Street, HU3 3LA
- Wednesdays, 1.45- 2.30pm, Parks Children Centre, Courtway Road, HU6 9TA (changing this to Wednesday mornings, just need to finalise times)
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