1. Tabata


    Tabata is a type of HIIT workout that aims to yield the most benefits in a short amount of time. For each exercise, you do eight rounds of 20 seconds of strenuous exercise followed by 10 seconds of rest. Read on to take a look at some of the key differences between Tabata and HIIT, sample workouts, and the benefits

  2. Table Cricket


    Table Cricket is a game for everyone to play and enjoy – young or old, disabled and non-disabled – and is a great way to teach the basic rules of cricket, all on a table top.

  3. Table Tennis


    Table tennis is an Olympic sport where two for four players hit a ball with paddles back and forth to each other on a table which is divided with a net.

  4. Taekwondo


    Taekwondo is a Korean martial art.

  5. Tag Rugby


    Tag Rugby is a minimal-contact team game in which each player wears shorts with Velcro patches with two tags attached to them. The mode of play is similar to Rugby League or Touch Rugby with attacking players attempting to dodge, evade and pass a rugby ball while defenders attempt to prevent them scoring by “tagging” – pulling a velcro attached tag from the ball carrier.

  6. Tai Chi


    Tai chi combines deep breathing and relaxation with slow and gentle movements.

  7. Tango


    Tango is a partner dance and social dance that originated in the 1880s along the Río de la Plata, the natural border between Argentina and Uruguay.

  8. Tang Soo Do


    Tang Soo Do refers to a Korean martial art based on Karate and may include fighting principles from taekkyeon, subak, as well as northern Chinese martial arts.

  9. Tap


    Tap dancing is a form of dance characterised by the sounds of tap shoes striking the floor as a form of percussion.

  10. Tap Fitness


    The full-body workout of rhythmic movement develops stronger muscles from the neck down to the feet with improved flexibility and balance. Other cardiovascular benefits also include improved endurance.

  11. Target Shooting


    Target shooting. means shooting at an inanimate object that usually has some type of physical reaction or scoring markings.

  12. Target Throwing


    Sports involving the action of throwing a pointed object at a target with the objective to for the point of the object to stick into the target as close to the bullseye as possible.

  13. Tchoukball


    Tchoukball is a fast and exciting sport that is typically played indoors however beach, grass and wheel chair versions are great alternatives

  14. Tea Dance


    A social event where people meet to dance to music from different eras and have tea.

  15. Tennis


    Tennis involves hitting a ball over a net using a racket.

  16. Ten-Pin Bowling


    The player rolls a ball to knock over as many pins as possible.

  17. Texas Scramble Golf


    Variation of golf that involves playing as a team.

  18. The Melt Method


    A self care restorative treatment using soft roller and mini ball

  19. This Girl Can Classes


    This Girl Can Classes is a new product designed and being rolled out by EMD UK. This Girl Can Classes is a product aligned with the existing brand This Girl Can. The difference is women wanting to find activities for women only could do that using a gender filter and those activities are plausibily aligned with This Girl Can, while This Girl Can Classes are a specific activity type and will have a standard experience for participants.

  20. Tobagganing


    tobogganing, the sport of sliding down snow-covered slopes and artificial-ice-covered chutes on a runnerless sled called a toboggan. In Europe, small sleds with runners are also called toboggans

  21. Toddler Football


    This is an introduction to football for children under 5 years of age.

  22. Top Rope Climbing


    Top rope climbing (or top roping) is a type of rock climbing where the climber is securely attached to a rope that runs through a fixed anchor at the top of the climbing route, and back down to the belayer (or "second") at the base of the climb

  23. Touch Rugby League


    Touch rugby refers to games derived from rugby football in which players do not tackle each other but instead touch their opponents using their hands on any part of the body, clothing, or the ball.

  24. Touch Rugby Union


    Touch rugby differs from rugby through the method of tackling which involves touching the opponents using their hands on any part of the body, clothing, or the ball.

  25. Track and Field


    Track and field is a sport that includes athletic contests based on running, jumping, and throwing skills

  26. Track Cycling


    Track cycling is a bicycle racing sport usually held on specially built banked tracks or velodromes using purpose-designed track bicycles.

  27. Trampoline Fitness


    Trampoline exercises are a convenient and enjoyable way to boost your cardiovascular health, improve endurance, and relieve stress and tension. They can help you develop better balance, coordination, and motor skills. These exercises target your back, core, and leg muscles

  28. Trampolining


    Trampolining is a competitive Olympic sport in which gymnasts perform acrobatics while bouncing on a trampoline.

  29. TRE


    TRE® includes a series of easy stretches using the muscles of the lower body and builds up a little shaking in the legs. Once the body is shaking, you lie on the floor, and encourage these natural vibrations to move through the body, without trying to control them.

  30. Treadmill


    This is a machine for exercising on which you run or walk on a strip that moves back, so that you must move at the same speed as the strip:

  31. Triathlon


    Triathlon is an exciting multi-discipline sport made up of a swim, then a bike ride and then a run.

  32. Trigger Point


    Trigger point therapy is a neuromuscular therapy designed to speed up recovery from injury, correct muscular imbalances and relieve pain. Your physiotherapist will stretch the muscle and then apply pressure to areas of muscle tightness or 'knots'. This helps to relive muscle tension and promote healing.

  33. Tri-Golf


    A 'mini' version of golf designed specifically for young children at infant, primary and junior schools.

  34. Trx®


    TRX stands for "Total Resistance Exercise" and describes a workout method for which you use your body weight and gravity as resistance to improve your fitness

  35. Tug Of War


    The object is to pull the opposing team a distance of four metres.

  36. Turbo KICK


    Turbo Kick® is an interval based, full body workout that begins with a sports-specific warm-up. High-paced intervals follow with kickboxing-specific strength/endurance training sequences and easy-to-follow combinations. Class ends with a mind/body-like (think Tai-Chi) cool-down.

  37. Turkish Baths


    A Turkish bath is a type of steam bath or a place of public bathing.

  38. Tyga®


    TYGA® is a fierce 50 minute twerk-inducing, booty poppin, heart pounding dance workout choreographed to the latest hip hop, dancehall, latin & afro beats. You can slay up to 600 calories in each sweat-session while toning up your physique & elevating your mood.