ON Friday September 27 at 1pm, thousands of people across the UK celebrated the third National Fitness Day.
Sports and fitness model Louise Glover held an impromptu fitness class at City Hall, London and was joined by a crowd of city workers, fitness enthusiasts and members of the public as she lead everyone in the empower half hour – a 30 minute exercise class for anyone to start a new fitness regime.
National Fitness Day was also celebrated by sports and fitness groups, clubs, schools, gyms and the public across the UK.
Backed by partners Change4Life, ukactive, the énergie Group and Sanofi Inspires, National Fitness Day UK aims to become the biggest nationally celebrated fitness-focussed day of the year.
In 2012 it was estimated that over 6,000 people took part in the day and ran events to inspire the public to get into shape but also support the event’s charity, Teenage Cancer Trust.
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