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Train at Fitness First – for FREE!

From Monday 20 to Sunday 26 October 2014 (only) Fitness First opens its doors for free, to celebrate Fitness Week

Seventy one Fitness First clubs all over the country are opening their doors for free for an entire week this October to celebrate Fitness Week (20 to 26 October).

Anyone of any fitness level is encouraged to come along and participate in a fantastic range of free daily themed activities which include group exercise classes, freestyle group training, workshops and advice.

The theme for the week is #NOFEAR with Fitness First members invited to nominate their family, friends and workmates for a #NOFEAR challenge – try something they have never done in the gym before.

Each day of Fitness Week will focus on a different area of fitness from strength training and Dynamic Movement Training to mind/body workshops involving Pilates and Yoga and the importance of recovery and wellness.

For more information about Fitness Week activities happening at your local club and the #NOFEAR challenge, or to register for your 7 day pass, visit your local Fitness First today.

About Fitness First
Celebrating 21 years of operation, Fitness First has well over 1 million members worldwide. In Australia, Fitness First has more than 220,000 members who visit our 71 clubs about 15 million times a year. In July 2013, Fitness First launched The Zone in the Sydney CBD, a world first concept club offering a time efficient, highly motivating group training experience. In 2014, Fitness First Australia is the proud sponsor of the Fitness First Corporate Triathlon Series, Australian Rugby Union, Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, and FILEX. Fitness First Australia was recognised as an ABA100 Winner for Employer of Choice in The Australian Business Awards 2014.

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