This post is a paid partnership with the Ipswich Festival of Running and Fit East
Fit East is a popular health and fitness festival that has been held annually at Trinity Park for the past three years. And for 2020 it will be teaming up with the organisers behind the Henham Park Festival of Running to become even bigger and better!
Fit East returns on Saturday 4th July and this year it is working with the Festival of Running Limited to add exciting new features to the event. This includes the Ipswich Festival of Running who will be creating a number of running challenges.
There will be a breakfast race for early birds, 5k and 10k races, 1k family fun run and a colour run in the evening. The family fun run is free for every festival goer and is perfect for little ones to join in on all the fitness fun! Runners will be given a souvenir number/wristband and an exclusive medal which is the perfect keepsake to remember their day.
The festival encourages visitors to try new wellbeing and fitness activities with over 30 workouts happening across the site. Have a go at dance, martial arts, Zumba, goat yoga, trampolining and much more.
The event focuses on positivity and inclusivity, and is open to all fitness abilities. Age and ability doesn’t matter, everyone is welcome and encouraged to try something new.
2020 will feature some fun extras to make this the best year yet for Fit East. This will include live music, healthy local food and drink stalls, a colour run and DJ’s playing into the night to bring this energetic filled day to a close.
There will also be trade stands so participants can receive straightforward information from experts on how to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
The entrance fee enables you to take part in any of the activities/workshops available and under 12’s go for free. This inclusive event promotes a healthy lifestyle and will show us how important fitness can be for our physical and mental health. With everyone around you taking part, this event is going to leave you feeling motivated and full of adrenaline!
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