Take fitness to new heights with an exercise class 162 Metres in the air on the British Airways i360…
International fitness phenomenon, F45, is set to take fitness to new heights with an exclusive takeover of the British Airways i360 on Saturday 21st April. Unlike your normal fitness class, you will be taking part in a functional workout where you will be squatting, lifting, pushing, pulling for 45 minutes with a sensational backdrop of the beautiful city of Brighton. There will be sweat (and maybe some tears) but a great live DJ to keep you motivated throughout the session to push you to do that extra rep!
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This one-off event is on track to be the world’s highest fitness class and is a great way to get your day started as well as see the views of Brighton. F45 Brighton Central, i360 takeover is being run to raise funds for the local Rockinghorse Charity – a charity that helps to improve the lives of sick children and their families across Sussex.
When speaking about the F45 Brighton Central event, a rep from F45 said: “We’re delighted to be taking our signature F45 workout to the skies on the British Airways i360. We are committed to partnering with the Rockinghorse charity throughout 2018 and want to raise as much money as possible for them. We are super excited to see people experiencing our incredible F45 workout in such a unique location in our amazing City”
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Tickets will be going on sale this Saturday 7th April from 9 am. They are priced at £60 which includes your i360 flight, F45 workout, post-workout Innermost protein shake, F45 T-shirt and F45 Baseball cap, followed by a healthy breakfast in the West Beach Bar and Kitchen at British Airways i360. The F45 Brighton Central is a special one-off event so be quick as these are expected to sell out quickly…
To register your interest please email: firstname.lastname@example.org all proceeds from the event go to the Rockinghorse Charity.