Register now for the Dubai Fitness Challenge taking place for 30 days from 20th October-18th November 2017.

Join in helping Dubai become the most active city in the world with the Dubai Fitness Challenge, a city initiative of His Highness Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of the Executive Council for Dubai Government. Take on the challenge and commit to 30 minutes of daily activity for 30 days from 20 October – 18 November 2017.

Whether you are an individual, corporate, Government entity or school, you are welcome to join the 30×30 challenge. From free fitness classes and exciting events to an easy-to-use app and fabulous prizes, the challenge will be fun-filled and rewarding.

The Dubai Fitness Challenge is the perfect chance for people of all ages and fitness levels to get involved, so whether you work out regularly, or are thinking of getting fit, this is your time to make a change.

It will be a month of citywide events and activations, including more than 1,500 free workout classes at 88 partner fitness and sports facilities, 75 pop-up fitness locations for easy and convenient workouts, 16 partner sporting events, five weekend family fun carnivals and a whole range of sports and fitness activities. There is something for everyone! Don’t miss the opening weekend carnival on 20 October 2017 at Safa Park to kick-start your 30×30 challenge with all of Dubai.

Try something new, push your limits and be a champion of change in your community. It could be as simple as adding a walk to your daily routine, riding your bike to work, going for a swim before dinner or setting up a team initiative to get your colleagues to exercise for the first 30 minutes of every work day.

What will be your #Dubai30x30?

Dubai Fitness Challenge taking place for 30 days from 20th October-18th November 2017.

Register here to get active in a variety of fun and challenging ways.

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