Share your story

We’re looking for amazing people to join our community by sharing their physical activity and workout journey.
 
Writing a blog is easy, fun and could help others be active. When writing, consider the following:

If you are having any other issues, or you wish to contact us, please email the team here.

By submitting this form and clicking the ‘Submit’ button below, I consent to Humans of HIIT sending me marketing communication via email. I may opt-out at any time. View Humans of HIIT Privacy Policy

Contact Information

If you have any additional questions, or want to get in touch with us, please feel free to drop us an email


hello@humansofhiit.co.uk

Our Partners

To Connect

We are always looking for active partnerships. We want to reach as many people from around the world, and get stories to share. Please contact us if you think that Humans of HIIT could help your organisation.

Need some inspiration?

Tamara Olaniyan

“I had a relationship with fitness but it was sporadic. I took fitness seriously in spurts: when I needed to enlist in the military. Before that, I ran track...

Anisha Gangotra

“By day I work within the NHS and by night I’m an Inclusive Dance and Zumba Instructor. Growing up, I was super active. I loved playing sports. Hockey was...

Holly Clyne

“I’ve not always had my disability, in fact, growing up I was extremely sporty. I did karate lessons, signed up for every event at sports day, ran charity runs...

Rob McMurdo

“From being 5 For 22 years I played football, week in and week out. I started to lose the excitement that football gave me and so aged 28 I...

Shweta Minz

“I have always been fit and healthy but things turned sideways when I was diagnosed with “invisible disease” which people know as “hypothyroidism”. My weight started piling off and...

Our first collaboration Our first collaboration is with Active Suffolk and their This Girl Can ambassadors. Humans of HIIT was born as result of the pandemic. Motivation was low...

David Clarke

“As a boy growing up I was always fit, running around riding bikes and roller blading which I still do. As I grew up the busyness of life started...

Stacey Hitchcock

“Since becoming a Mum, my attitude to fitness has changed dramatically. I want to be a positive role model for my daughter showing her that fitness is a way...

#ShareYourStory

Humans of HIiT is a not for profit organisation aiming to work with partners from every industry to ensure we can inspire everyone to be active. We believe through sharing stories we can inspire then connect people to activity.

If you would like to find out more, please drop Alex an email at hello@humansofhiit.co.uk

We are a not for profit organisation who wants to inspire people to be active forever!
A small donation will ensure the free workouts stay free for those that need it.