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Looking to step up your fitness game this National Fitness Day? Fusion Lifestyle has teamed up with the City of London Corporation to devise the ‘Midweek Mile’ - a challenge thrown down to those who live and work in the Square Mile. The City was recently named the most active borough...

Looking to step up your fitness game this National Fitness Day?

Fusion Lifestyle has teamed up with the City of London Corporation to devise the ‘Midweek Mile’ – a challenge thrown down to those who live and work in the Square Mile.

The City was recently named the most active borough in London, click here for the details.

The hump day event, which has been created to encourage City of London locals to get even more active, will take place on Wednesday September 22 in line with National Fitness Day.

You can get involved with National Fitness Day by walking, running, rowing, swimming, or a combination of the lot.

Events are being held all over the country, with participants able to log their exercise to move their region up nationwide ‘most-active’ league.

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Fusion Lifestyle at Golden Lane Sport & Fitness wants to help fitness fans hit their National Fitness Day goals (and push the City up the standings) with a free gym and swim pass, which you can find here.

Anthony Cawley, Director of Operations for Fusion Lifestyle, said: “National Fitness Day is a brilliant way to help the local community get active.

“We hope by offering a free pass our members will bring their friends and family and residents who want to try out their local centres will use this opportunity to do just that.

“Some friendly competition between all our centres will provide an extra incentive too and we can’t wait to see how many miles Fusion users all over the country can achieve.”

To take part, simply attend your nearest Fusion Lifestyle Centre on Wednesday and share the number of miles you’ve ticked off.

Where will the Square Mile finish? You’ll decide.

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