Welcome to Energy360

Your onsite health and fitness centre
How To Get StartedSessions With Cheryl

Our amazing “3d Leisure at Home” platform will be continuing in a Facebook closed group.  As an RWE employee you will be able to access our fantastic LIVE class timetable for FREE!  Signing up couldn’t be easier, simply follow this link:

Introduction to Energy360

Welcome to Energy 360, your onsite health and fitness centre to help you achieve your personal goals.

Located next to the car park to the north east of the main building we make it easy for you to exercise at a time that suits you.

Use of the centre is free and once you have completed your induction is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. With our expert manager onsite 4 days a week she can assist you whilst using the facilities, support you with personal programming and any other exercise advice you may need. Go to the meet your manager section to find out more.

With some great equipment and motivating classes there is every opportunity to get fit and healthy!

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Book Your Induction

It will take approximately 30 minutes and includes information on the safe use of all the equipment, health and safety information, emergency procedures and general rules of usage. It is not necessary to wear work out attire for this session.

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After Your Induction

Once you have had your induction and security have approved your access you will be able to use the equipment and attend classes.

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3D LEISURE AT HOME

To help you stay fit while working from home, we present 3d Leisure at Home! Please see the below for more info!

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4 days ago
3d Leisure at Home

THE DELTOIDS – ‘Delts’ are teardrop shaped and have three parts, anterior, medial and posterior. They control the flexion, abduction and extension of the humerus.

ROTATOR CUFF – made up of four muscles (see below) – the supraspinatus, infraspinatus, teres minor and subscapularis. These help to stabilise the shoulder joint and assist with the abduction, adduction and rotation of the humerus. Due to their location, they are prone to small tears and impingements.

• Supraspinatus – this helps to hold the humerus in place and to lift the arm.
• Infraspinatus – this is the main muscle for rotation and extension of the shoulder.
• Teres minor – this is the smallest of the rotator cuff muscles and its main role is to help with the rotation of the arm away from the body.
• Subscapularis – this is what holds the humerus to the shoulder blade and aids the rotation of the arm and allows you to hold your arm straight out and to lower it.

LEVATOR SCAPULAE – this helps with the elevation of the shoulder blade.

TRAPEZIUS – these allow your scapula to elevate, retract and depress.

RHOMBOIDS – these can be found under your trapezium and help with the elevation and retraction of the scapula.
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THE DELTOIDS – ‘Delts’ are teardrop shaped and have three parts, anterior, medial and posterior. They control the flexion, abduction and extension of the humerus.

ROTATOR CUFF – made up of four muscles (see below) – the supraspinatus, infraspinatus, teres minor and subscapularis. These help to stabilise the shoulder joint and assist with the abduction, adduction and rotation of the humerus. Due to their location, they are prone to small tears and impingements.

• Supraspinatus – this helps to hold the humerus in place and to lift the arm.
• Infraspinatus – this is the main muscle for rotation and extension of the shoulder.
• Teres minor – this is the smallest of the rotator cuff muscles and its main role is to help with the rotation of the arm away from the body.
• Subscapularis – this is what holds the humerus to the shoulder blade and aids the rotation of the arm and allows you to hold your arm straight out and to lower it.

LEVATOR SCAPULAE – this helps with the elevation of the shoulder blade.

TRAPEZIUS – these allow your scapula to elevate, retract and depress.

RHOMBOIDS – these can be found under your trapezium and help with the elevation and retraction of the scapula.
6 days ago
3d Leisure at Home

Newsletter - October 2022
This month we're challenging our flexibility with some daily stretching. Moving your body every single day should be the goal - remember, movement is medicine 😊
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Newsletter - October 2022
This month were challenging our flexibility with some daily stretching. Moving your body every single day should be the goal - remember, movement is medicine 😊Image attachment
1 week ago
3d Leisure at Home

Contrary to popular belief, sit ups and crunches are not the best to develop and strengthen your Abs

Being able to train your core properly is dependant on your ability to keep a neutral spine and create pressure in your abdomen while training.

To create this pressure, pretend there's a belt around your midsection and you want to break the belt. You can practice this while at your desk too!

Now being able to breathe while keeping that pressure is the hard part - it takes practice.

See if you're able to do this and keep a neutral spine while doing the exercises in the video 😄
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1 week ago
3d Leisure at Home

Join us for a HIIT Strength class with Kerry this rainy afternoon💦

If you enjoyed this class, sign up to our live classes group where you can enjoy yoga, pilates, hiit, spinning and more!
www.facebook.com/groups/3dAtHomeLiveClasses
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Morning. Just done this class. Weights were easier the more I warmed up! Loved it, great way to start the day. Thanks xx 😀

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2 weeks ago
3d Leisure at Home

London Marathon step challenge - starting Monday 26/9/22 can you complete the London marathon in steps within 5 days? ... See MoreSee Less

London Marathon step challenge - starting Monday 26/9/22 can you complete the London marathon in steps within 5 days?
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Address

Energy 360,
RWE,
Trigonos,
Windmill Hill Business Park,
Swindon,
SN5 6PB

Telephone

07471 998 528