It’s time to give your exercise routine a makeover, and the Dubai Fitness Challenge starts this week to spur you on. The goal is to encourage Dubai citizens and residents to do at least 30 minutes of exercise, every day for 30 days. Think you’re up to the task? It all kicks off with a two-day carnival at Dubai Festival City this weekend (Friday October 26, 3pm-11pm and Saturday October 27, 1pm-8pm) so don’t miss your chance to kick-start your exercise program.
There will be 26 fitness classes to choose from, and also a chance to win prizes. You can take part in free yoga exercise sessions, interactive bicycle classes, Les Mills spinning classes, TRX zones and more. There are also kid-friendly periods including trampolining, an inflatable assault course, toddler zones, kids’ yoga, basketball and more. The effort, launched by His Highness Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Chairman and Dubai of the Executive Council for Dubai Government, intends to make Dubai the most energetic city in the global world.
Last calendar year was massive, which year it’s promised to be a great deal larger and better – with a full thirty days of activities over the city. Participants can track their performance on the Dubai Fitness App and help to make Dubai “the most active, healthiest, happiest, smartest city on the planet”.
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The event last year encouraged 786,000 people and residents in the city, of all age groups and fitness levels, to commit to 30 consecutive minutes of daily exercise for thirty days. This year, as Dubai proceeds its objective to be the most energetic city in the global world, the goal is perfect for more one million participants to participate. There will be a variety of fitness activities, free facilities and sports activities across the city, as well as weekend fitness carnivals. Activities shall change from walking to team sports, extreme fitness regimes, paddleboarding, group fitness classes to football, yoga and cycling, so a lot to show your hand to there’s. It doesn’t matter about your age, skills or fitness, many people are encouraged to join in and try something new.
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