Fitness First is throwing open its doors to provide activities for everyone as part of National Fitness Day 2018 - the most active day of the year.
National Fitness Day on Wednesday 26th September will see a huge range of free events and taster sessions take place across the country and DW is no exception.
National Fitness Day sees the nation celebrate the fun and thrills of physical activity. Throughout the UK, more than 20,000 free events will take place in gyms, leisure centres, parks, high streets, schools, universities and workplaces as over five million people lace up their trainers and embrace being active for the day.
At all DW gym members and non-members alike will be able to take part in a range of different events for free. For a full UK map of all National Fitness Day events in your local area visit www.nationalfitnessday.com/.
This year’s National Fitness Day will be the most wide-ranging ever. Alongside the myriad of activities being provided in fitness facilities across the UK, partners AXA PPP healthcare will be taking National Fitness Day into workplaces with their ‘Flying Start’ campaign.
You can get involved online by joining in with our social media campaign, exploring what fitness means to you, with the hashtag #Fitness2Me across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
If you’re inspired to become a fitter, healthier you, have a three-day guest pass on us, valid at any Fitness First gym. Get your fitness journey started today - for free!
For the latest updates on National Fitness Day follow @FitnessDayUK on Twitter and tweet us on the day using the hashtag #FitnessDay.
About National Fitness Day
National Fitness Day is the biggest and most visible annual celebration of physical activity of the year. It is a chance to highlight the role physical activity plays across the UK, helping us raise awareness of its importance in helping us lead healthier and active lifestyles, while championing the fun of fitness.
National Fitness Day sees a huge range of activity options enjoyed by participants of all ages, across schools, universities, workplaces, leisure centres, parks and high streets – getting over five million people moving at more than 20,000 events last year.