Fit East Fitness Festival comes to Trinity Park this July
25/05/2018 - Trinity Park
Trinity Park Events is bringing a fitness festival to Suffolk for the first time. Fit East takes place on Saturday 14 July and will bring people together to enjoy the fun of fitness and learn how to have a healthier mind, body and lifestyle.
The festival will have a range of activities from adrenaline pumping classes, to inspirational speakers, runs, HIIT workouts, bounce classes, dance fitness, Army boot camp and assault course and all-important health checks.
Organised by Trinity Park Events, the trading subsidiary of the Suffolk Agricultural Association, Fit East welcomes all ranges of abilities, from beginners to fitness fanatics.
Tickets are £20 for adults and £10 for children and concessions. The action-packed programme will run from 10am – 4pm with all classes and activities free to join. You can book a place online now to receive a free welcome pack!
Visitors will be treated to an insight into the fitness programmes of a professional athlete, mind coaching techniques, along with learning about what to eat. There will be a variety of seminars throughout the day to educate on a host of topics including nutrition and rehabilitation.
Phillip Ainsworth Chief Executive of the Suffolk Agricultural Association says: “We are delighted to be able to host such an empowering day at Trinity Park. It is the perfect environment to host a fitness festival and we hope people will be inspired to take part in the many activities on offer. I am also very grateful to our key supporters of the event, Ipswich NHS Hospital, Hudson Group, Coes and Rushmere runners club, Elmy cycles, Country pies and Mediapimps.”
Neill Moloney, Ipswich Hospital managing director, said: “We are delighted to support this great initiative at Trinity Park which raises the importance of keeping active as part of a healthy lifestyle.”
Fit East tickets are available online, book yours now for Fit East on 14 July at Trinity Park, Ipswich.
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