Enjoy a week of free workouts, classes, at Fitness First gyms across the country to mark International Fitness Week
In a bid to get the country moving - just like we've been pushing for with our #keepthemomentum campaign - Fitness First gyms are opening their doors to all comers for FREE to mark International Fitness Week.
Olympic gold medal cyclist, and self-confessed training addict, Victoria Pendleton is fronting the campaign.
She says, 'People need to get moving, be it cycling or any other exercise. This is a great chance for people to try out all fitness activities for free!'
So if a week's free gym membership is just what you need to kickstart your spring fitness campaign, re-ignite your interest in exercise, try a new class or activity, simply download your free Fitness First gym pass and get down to the gym.
Get more out of your gym time
The offer runs from March 11-17, 2013, with themed activities organised on a daily basis to help you vary the activities you try out - or simply pop along and use the facilities to see if the gym fits into your lifestyle.
Monday March 11: try something new day. Book into a class you'd never normally consider.
Tuesday March 12: freestyle day. Fitness First PTs can help you get to grips with kettlebells, ViPRs or supension training.
Wednesday March 13: cycle challenge day. Make like Victoria Pendleton and see how fast you can get those pedals spinning.
Thursday March 14: group exercise day. Go for the calorie burn in a Fitness First class - think Zumba, BODYCOMBAT, athletic fitness.
Friday March 15: healthy eating day. Get expert advice on improving your diet or weight loss.
Saturday March 16: top 20 workout day. Choose an activity to focus on specific body areas or goals.
Sunday March 17: R&R day. Take a break and indulge yourself with a wellness yoga class or simply chill out in a Fitness First sauna or steam room.
Download your Fitness First FREE gym pass here and let us know how you get on!
Posted: 09/03/2013 at 08:00
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