• Join your active community and flourish physically and mentally
Building the foundation of your wellbeing

Regular physical activity provides a range of physical and mental health benefits. These include reducing the risk of disease, managing existing conditions, and developing and maintaining physical and mental function.

The relevance and importance of the wider benefits of physical activity for individuals vary according to your life stage and various other factors but include: improved learning and attainment; managing stress; self-efficacy; improved sleep; the development of social skills; and better social interaction.

  • 150 minutes of activity per week

    Recent evidence suggests that these 150 minutes can in fact be accumulated in bouts of any length (35), and/or achieved in one or two sessions per week while still leading to health benefits.

    Short of time, then focus on 75 minutes of vigorous intensity activity (i.e. running) to receive the same health benefits.

  • Join your company active hub
  • Take on the challenges solo or as a team
  • Celebrate together
  • Your hub, your community

    Join your friends and colleagues as they move more to support their physical journey. Whether you are at the start of your journey or active daily the hub will provide events which support you.

    Keep up to date with everyone’s progress through the user friendly dashboard

  • Track your way

    Keep it simple and use our integrated mobile app myActiveHub available for iOS and Android phones.


    Or, connect your favourite fitness app to your Active Hub account and watch them flow straight into your dashboard as you climb the leader board.

“Working with Total Active Hub has enabled us to deliver a platform for physical wellbeing and team engagement. Their automated user-friendly application has removed the need for spreadsheets; thus, delivering a fun but competitive event in a very efficient way”

Ian, Lloyds Bank
“Easy to set up (I'm not that techie and i set up our team in a minute!!) Good data to see and keep yourself motivated.”

User feedback, SWR
“Actually got addicted to doing exercise, I was going out at least 3 times a day, even when at work, I would go out in the evening in all weathers and actually enjoy it.”

User feedback, SWR
“It gave me a sense to do more taking part in Move for 30. Time is something we all have but focus shifts with work commitments. This gave me an opportunity to get the best out of myself.”

User feedback, SWR
“I loved the challenge of ensuring we all did it and the competitive nature. It also meant we got up from our desks at least once a day whereas before we would not move until home time.”

User feedback, SWR
“The main point for me was that the longer the challenge went on the more I was motivated to ensure I continued to complete the task, and to continue afterwards. These things are great because they become habit forming.”

User feedback, Arbuthnot
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