The RAF Central Fund is pleased to announce a new partnership with LES MILLS™ On Demand which offers all serving RAF personnel 30 days free access to their online fitness solution plus a special discounted rate for those wishing to continue their membership beyond this period. In light of the Covid-19 pandemic, this offer will help keep serving personnel fit and active as Station gyms are temporarily closed and RAF Sport is put on hold.
CEO Ross Perriam, says: “It is our charity’s mission to support all serving personnel by providing them with opportunities to access sport and physical activities at all levels. We are therefore delighted to have partnered with LES MILLS™ On Demand particularly at a time when access to sport and physical activities in the RAF has been severely hampered by the coronavirus outbreak.
“We hope that everyone in the RAF will take advantage of this offer and for those wishing to continue their membership after the 30 days free trial then we have arranged a reduced monthly rate of £8.95 (RRP£11.95).”
Staying fit and active is the best way to build a strong immune system and stay healthy. Not only that, regular physical activity is proven to combat stress and provide mental health benefits.
LES MILLS On Demand offers over 800 workouts across 13 categories. Subscribers to their online platform can work out with classic programmes such as BODYPUMP™ and BODYCOMBAT™, do mindfulness exercises and even get the kids active with BORN TO MOVE™. The workouts range from 15 to 55 minutes and there are options for all fitness levels.
RAF personnel can access their 30 day free trial by clicking on the link below.
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