DW Sports Fitness are proposing you join their #FitnessEvolution and become a member for just £5. If this doesn’t suit you, you can always get 2 months free if you buy a 14 month membership up front, and you won’t be charged a joining fee either.
Virgin Active and Nuffield Health have both stated that if you buy into their membership in January, they will pay for the remainder of the month but remember that terms and conditions always apply.
Blue Monday, or more commonly called Monday 18th January 2016, is apparently the most depressing day of the year according to…the internet. Rather than getting down and out about it, jump on Fitness First’s Red Monday, they’re aiming to turn people’s frowns upside down by offering free entry to non-members at their clubs across the UK. They’ve even partnered with the fitness expert Joe Wicks, or ‘The Body Coach’ as he’s known, to offer free HIIT sessions throughout Red Monday.
If you are a member of The Times, David Lloyd have released an exclusive offer of a 14-day free trial at their clubs across the UK. It’ll allow you to use the gyms, exercise classes and squash and tennis courts in their clubs. You can start your trial at mytimesplus.co.uk. Énergie Fitness Clubs, like David Lloyd, are offering the same two week free deal for their gyms but have partnered with the Daily Star and the Daily Express.
Better has no joining fee until Jan 31st and it could save you up to £35! The offer is valid from 1st January until 29th February 2016 meaning you have no excuse but to keep fit throughout Jan and into Feb!