Sweaty Betty blog: Event
Empowering Women Through Fitness
Sweaty Betty Expert trainer Wendy from No More Excuses and Expert Kelly will be in store to give you health and fitness advice. Technical representatives from Asics will also be in store to provide 3D foot mapping and gait analysis. AND Enjoy an exclusive 15% discount on all your Sweaty Betty purchases!
When: Thursday 21st October 2010
Where: Sweaty Betty Battersea Boutique, 136 Northcote Road, London
Time: 6pm - 8pm
We hope to see you there!
Swim, Bike, Run...
This October Sweaty Betty will be present at the cycle show, presenting its latest Tri Collection. Please join us October 8th-10th at Earls Court for more information on our latest Collections.
Book ticket at: www.cycleshow.co.uk/SWE
Ticket offer code: SWE
Ticket price: £10.50*(£15 on the door price)
E mail Subject: Cycle Show 2010- Get in for less with Sweaty Betty
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VISIT THE UK’S BIGGEST & BEST CYCLE SHOW!
Everyone’s going bike mad
The Cycle Show once again sets the scene for all cycling fans across the UK, with even more leading bike brands, try out tracks and opportunities to buy clothing, helmets and accessories in the Cycle Store.
Great news, Sweaty Betty will be at the Cycle Show this year and as a member of our mailing list we are able to give you a discount on your entry for any one of the following dates 8th, 9th and 10th of October 2010.
Booking online could not be easier, with the following details you will be able to purchase your ticket for just£10.50* rather than £15.00 on the door.
So if you are keen on seeing the team from Sweaty Betty, visit www.cycleshow.co.uk/SWE and quote offer codeSWE to get for your tickets for less.
The Cycle Show takes place at Earls Court 1, London and is open daily from 10am to 6pm (Sunday is 10am to 5pm).
We look forward to seeing you there. Come and see us at the Sweaty Betty stand C28.
The Sweaty Betty Team
*Discount only valid on tickets bought in advance and based upon 'on the door' ticket price of £15.00. All tickets are subject to a £1 transaction fee per booking only. The price shown here does not include the fee.
8th-10th October, Earls Court, London
Book now at www.cycleshow.co.uk/le or call 0844 848 0132
Visit the Biggest and Best Cycle Show In the UK
The Cycle Show 2010 is the place to see some of the world’s leading 2011 bike and accessory brands all under one roof. Not only can you see the latest bikes, you can try the bike of your dreams and order from the exhibitors.
The show is a great chance to meet the teams from leading bike brands, see the latest clothing & accessories or simply book a family cycling holiday.
You’ll also find experts willing to share their cycling knowledge, four test tracks to suit all ages and abilities, celebrity Q&A sessions where you can listen to and talk with some of the biggest celebrities in cycling, spectacular aerial BMX displays, purchase clothing helmets, shoes, sun glasses and cycle lighting in the Cycle store and much, much more.
Book in Advance and Save!
Buy your ticket in advance and save £3 off the ‘on the door’ price. Tickets are just £12.00 in advance and include a Free Show Guide for every visitor. Book online at www.cycleshow.co.uk/le
Mountain Bike Experience
The Triol Mountain Bike Experience gives you the unique opportunity to check out the very latest mountain bikes before they hit the shops to gain some expert riding tips and techniques.
The Track is custom built using ‘North Shore’ elements and is expertly designed to offer the best environment to test your skills.
What’s more Australia’s very own national team coach, Kurt Exenberger, will be on hand to provide specially designed coaching sessions.
Choosing the basic riding position, bunny hops and negotiating obstacles will all be covered during his sessions, which run daily at 11:00 and 13:00.
Visit www.cycleshow.co.uk/kurt to book a session.
Get ready to show off those skills on the test track after receiving his expert training and advice.
The Cycle Arena:
The cycle arena hosts a series of talks and interviews by industry experts and top stars of the cycling world from technicians, journalists and star riders. The sessions caters to all types of levels of cyclist and covers topics from suspension set-up to winning grand tour stages.
Street Course Demonstrations:
The Cycle Arena also has a spectacular BMX aerial display course and will host some of the world’s top riders.
Kinds Test Track:
This track is a fun, educational and safe way for kids 5 years and under, to try out the latest ranges of pavement bikes, with fully qualified instructors on hand to give out advice. If you are a parent this is your opportunity to get your kids inspired to become the future of cycling.
Commuter Test Track:
The Commuter Test Track is designed specifically with the commuter in mind and gives you the opportunity to try the latest commuter bikes including folding and electric bikes. If you are thinking of taking up commuting by bike to work for the first time or looking to upgrade, you can get valuable advice and get a taster of the different types of bikes available.
Secure Bike Park:
Ride to the show and use the free secure bike park. The bike park will be manned throughout the show, is totally secured, and a ticketing system used to sign your bike in and out.
New For 2010...
Cycling for Disabled People of All Ages:
This feature will open your eyes to a whole new world of cycling, one which everyone can enjoy. If you’ve thought you can’t cycle, or you have friends who are not cycling because they think they can’t, do visit this stand. There will be a range of cycles available and lots of advice on hand. There’s a handcycle competition in which you can participate, ad you can also try some of the cycles on the Commuter test track.
6-12 Year Olds Test Track:
This test track is specifically designed for kids between the age of 6-12 with go-ride sessions run by fully qualified coaches from British Cycling. Go-Ride coaching activities have been designed to introduce young people to a range of cycling disciplines, such as; BMX, Cycle Speedway, Cyclo-Cross, Mountain Biking, Road and Track Riding.
The Triathlon will be open to all visitors and will include cycling, rowing and running. This is your chance to participate and challenge your friends to a fitness test. There will be competitions taking place throughout the show and prizes for the winning male and female competitor. Please visit www.cycleshow.co.uk to book your place.read more
Sweaty Betty is delighted to announce the return of the Kingston annual "Beauty and Health Festival". This year it’s all about "A Whole New You" and from Thursday 20th September until Sunday 3rd October there will be a range of exciting events to enjoy, all around Kingston.
Join us at Sweaty Betty Kingston from 6pm-8pm on Friday 1st October for an exclusive shopping evening with 15% discount! Have some champagne and check out the beautiful new Autumn/Winter collections.
Or, if a good sweaty workout is more your thing, come and take part in our fitness extravaganza on Saturday 2nd October at Memorial Gardens (located just 200 meters from the store, opposite Bentalls) From 12-4pm you will find a variety of classes and demonstrations going on! Zumba, Military Fitness, hula hooping, boxing and more. Join in and you have a chance to win a Sweaty Betty outfit worth £100!
We will also be joined by our friends at Nuffield Health who will be doing demonstrations with some exciting new workout gadgets! These include ViPR weights, kettlebells and a TRX machine.
For more information please drop in to the Kingston store or call us on 020 8541 4101
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Funny story actually...for ages we actually had Mr Onitsuka, creator of ASICS as our screen saver when I was working in Kingston. I put it up there after customers asked me about the history of the trainers and what it stands for.
ASICS stands for "Anima Sana in Corpore Sano", a sound mind in a sound body.
Mr Kihachiro Onitsuka or Mr Asics, as I like to call him, was not only a creator but also a scientist in some respect. I left him as our screen saver for a little while longer so people could realise what a genius this man was.
And here I am, now in Selfridges with an exciting event coming up! You may have already noticed there is a BIG shoe theme in Selfridges at the moment with the new shoe department, the Vivienne Westwood Exhibition and funny enough, even the music is themed.
So we decided to Join in. The "Sweatbetty" concession on the third floor will be holding our very own event. From 3pm-7pm, this Thursday at Selfridges London you will be able to get a gait analysis with an ASICS expert. He will assess you while running on a treadmill and fit you with the perfect trainers.
Not to miss. No need to book. Spread the word.
Come on, any chance to try on some shoes!!!
Very excited to say that I have just opened a large white crested envelope with thickest white card trimmed in gold inside, inviting me to a reception for the British Clothing Industry at Buckingham Palace! What will the Queen make of the name Sweaty Betty?!? What shall I wear? I dont need to wear a hat, but should I? I guess it will be quite flamboyant, so I'll definitely need to go for it, wont I?read more
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