PureGym, has announced that it has made its fitness app free to everyone in the UK, in the aim of helping to support the nation with their health and fitness regimes during new lockdown restrictions.
With gyms currently closed in England until at least December 2nd, the country will need to return to home workouts to maintain both physical and mental health. PureGym hopes that the 400+ free workouts on their app will help to make this easier, especially with cost no longer being an issue for anyone.
Previously, the app required a PureGym membership of approximately £19.99 per month to be able to access any of the workout videos, classes or advice. However now, anyone with a smartphone can simply download the PureGym app from the Apple App Store or Google Play to get started.
Stephen Rowe, Chief Marketing Officer of PureGym says:
“We simply don’t agree with the government’s decision to close gyms, which are proven to be very low risk and also help so many people with their physical and mental wellbeing.
As the days shorten and the weather turns, exercising outdoors isn’t feasible for the majority of people. Therefore, we have made the decision to make the PureGym app and the hundreds of workouts available on the platform free, to help as many people as we can, whether you go to PureGym, to another gym or no gym at all, this app is now for everyone and we hope it’ll help people to keep fit throughout November and beyond”.
PureGym will also be restarting their daily live workouts on social media to help keep the nation moving during lockdown.
For more information or to download the app, please visit: https://www.puregym.com/app/