budget gym chain Xercise4Less has partnered with Total Warrior to bring a healthy challenge to its 200,000 members and raise money for its chosen charity, Wooden Spoon.
Xercise4Less has been selected by Total Warrior, which organises the toughest obstacle courses across the UK, to be its gym partner and the official place to train for individuals taking part in its Leeds (June 27 and 28), Lake District (1 and 2 August) and Edinburgh (12 and 13 September) ten kilometre and ten mile events.
In addition, the budget gym operator is aiming to enter the largest team in the event to date and has committed to donate ten per cent of each team members joining fee to Wooden Spoon, the children’s charity of rugby.
Stuart Perrin, chief operating officer at Xercise4Less, said: “We’re delighted that Total Warrior has chosen Xercise4Less as its official gym and place to train partner. We were keen to partner with Total Warrior as we consider ourselves the people’s gym and our ethos is to provide fitness and fun for everyone and this is the perfect challenge for our members.
“We’re encouraging as many members as possible to join the Xercise4Less Total Warrior team, as we will donate ten per cent of their joining fee to our chosen charity, Wooden Spoon.”
Andy Murray, director at Total Warrior said: “Total Warrior is a unique event that offers people the opportunity to test their all-round fitness and determination, which is why we fit so well with Xercise4Less. We are delighted to partner up with such an ambitious brand that has a strong desire to shake up the market and make fitness accessible to everyone.
“The partnership is going to be excellent for both parties and we’re extremely excited to be working with the Xercise4Less team”.
Xercise4Less will be offering a 15 per cent discounted membership rate to all members who register to join its team and take part in the Leeds Total Warrior event on 27 June, as well as provide tailored training for the three events at each of its 25 gyms.
Regarded the people’s gym, Xercise4Less continuously puts its members first with every new initiative it introduces. It recently made changes to its membership packages, enabling members to access any of its 25 gyms across the UK.