Swimming Teaching

One-to-one swim lessons Derbyshire and The High Peak



Swimming for Triathlons

We train every week in Buxton, Derbyshire


Open Water Training

Learn how open water swimming technique


Private Swimming Teaching

Exclusive use of St Anselms School Swimming Pool. Receive the ultimate attention with no noisy distractions.

Personal Training

2 qualified coaches. Sessions indoors and outdoors conducted at New Bodies Gym, Buxton and New Mills.

Tri Coaching & Massage

Triathlon coaching for all distances, abilities. RFS offer pre/post massage and injury rehab.

Our Blog

Great North Swim 2019

Annabel McCaffery who swam as a young girl, had at least a 12 year period without any swimming, but now she has completed her degree and graduated with a first class degree, it has allowed her a little time to focus of other areas. Annabel works with vulnerable adults...

Power Lifting

Recently Gary McCaffery  has just qualified in a specific lifting qualification at level 5, the power lifting and Advanced Strength & Conditioning course has increased his knowledge and experience. The lifting isn’t just for increasing muscle size It’s more...

Swimming Lessons for All

RFS offer competitive swimmers the opportunities to have intensity coaching and analysis on a one to one basic. We have several swimmers accessing this coaching from local clubs, to gain more bespoke technique work and individual time with a coach to allow more work...

Paris Roubaix

Sam Knight takes on the Paris Roubaix Sportive, after finishing Ironman training last year, Sam was looking for something different, the classic cobbles were calling him. The Paris Roubaix is a one day classic cycling race, with enormous history and prestige. The...

Shropshire Olympic Distance

Set your mind to anything and you will achieve with RFS, sometimes its not all about been fast sometimes its all about the "because you can". Here is Pauls race report in his own words. I had registered for the Shropshire Olympic Triathlon at the beginning of the...

London Big Swim

Florence, Tom and Mark completed the 2mile open water swim in London’s Serpentine – held in Hyde Park. Both kids had mixed feelings about doing the race describing it as “one of Dads mad ideas”. Florence and Tom were regular members of the St Anselms swim squad and...

Cross is Back

Local rider Cheryl, is now well underway with the cross season, with 3 races under her belt. Cheryl’s confidence and skills level have significantly improved, with good early training and preparation she has gone into the cross season fresh and fast with some...

Solamon Skyline Scotland 2018

Top work by Graeme, below is his personal write up of the event. Epic, took me 8 hours 3 minutes It was busy for the first few miles as it was up hill and there were some choke points on the path. Once up onto the ridge there was a bit of an opportunity to run as it...

World Championship 70.3

Dave Patmore Hill, is an experienced athlete, and taking on a 70.3 is a fairly regular event now for him. However the World Championships always offer a brilliant race atmosphere to bring on some great performances. The World Championships were held in the Nelson...

European Silver Medalist

“Never Never put off anything you want to do” This was the quote we read off Pam’s facebook page – our hearts fill with pride when it comes to Pam, this energetic determined 70 year old lady is a credit to us. Pam qualified for the European Championships at Triathlon...

swimming coaching, triathlon training

……..the road is truly Long and Hard for certain challenges in life. If you choose to make the journey along that road with us, no matter what your ultimate goals are, fitness, sports specific or recreational sport, we can smooth out the curves and harshness of that journey and guide you to the end..

Results Fitness and Swimming
Results Fitness and Swimming shared a photo.Sunday, April 21st, 2019 at 8:05am
Today we are saying a huge thank you to Jonathan Oddy, who is taking on the Great North Swim for the second year in a row for The Christie charity. Jonathan is a former patient of The Christie, having been diagnosed with bilateral testicular cancer in 2009/2010, after nearly two years of chemotherapy, surgery and radiation treatments, Jonathan was given the brilliant news that there was no evidence of disease, and he has been cancer free since then.

Speaking of his reasons for fundraising for The Christie, Jonathan says that “During my treatment, the course of radiotherapy was a choice (part of the optional protocols available given my first cancer staging). However the nine weeks of BEP chemotherapy were not optional. Whilst testicular cancer is curable, without the chemotherapy treatment the relapse I suffered would have killed me - I would be dead.

This last statement is very important, to me clearly, but also as a message to the wider world. The only reason that the BEP protocol was discovered to work so well for testicular cancer was because of global research projects, and because of places like The Christie. Not just for their care and excellence in treatment, but also for their research and training facilities.

It is through people and charities like The Christie that these improvements are made, which is why I have chosen to fundraise for The Christie.” To read Jonathan’s full story, you can visit his Just Giving page here https://buff.ly/2V9cE4B, and if you wish to join Jonathan in June at the Great North Swim, you can read more on the event here https://buff.ly/2F9YQOT
Results Fitness and Swimming
Results Fitness and SwimmingWednesday, April 17th, 2019 at 12:23am
Graeme in action - Cannock chase half marathon
Results Fitness and Swimming
Results Fitness and SwimmingWednesday, April 17th, 2019 at 12:20am
Go hard or go home! Sam knight congratulations