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TGO launches online fitness platform

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The Great Outdoor Gym Company has launched a digital fitness platform
TGO-Activate.com offers a range of health and wellbeing exercises and courses
Each workout has been designed so it can be completed at any location
Online courses have been priced at £2.99 with packages starting from £11.99

The Great Outdoor Gym Company (TGO) has launched a digital fitness platform.

The outdoor fitness equipment provider's new TGO-Activate.com service offers a range of health and wellbeing courses.

The workouts have been designed to help people address lifestyle diseases – such as Type 2 Diabetes – improve their mental health through movement and encourage exercisers to spend time in nature.

Each session has been designed so it can be completed at any location – whether at an outdoor gym or at home – with the aim of helping people incorporate movement into their everyday lives.

Classes include a six-week Type 2 Diabetes Programme by Kesson Physiotherapy, developed in partnership with Diabetes UK.

There will also be TGO Circuits by ITV star Marvin Ambrosius, yoga and a special course focusing on sustainable living called Fit42030.

The online courses have been priced at £2.99 with packages starting from £11.99.

Revenues from the service will be used to plant trees in NHS hospital grounds, the National Parks as well as raise money for charities.

TGO founders, Georgie Delaney and Matt Delaney, said they came up with the concept for the platform after recognising the recent rise in outdoor exercise.

“This is just the beginning and moving ahead we are looking for more influencers and activators within the fitness space, who want to do more for the planet and charities," said Georgie Delaney.

"By working together, we can use the power of movement for good.”

TGO has a network of more than 2,000 gym installations worldwide, including around 800 free publicly available in the UK.

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Each workout has been designed so it can be completed at any location
Online courses have been priced at £2.99 with packages starting from £11.99

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The workouts have been designed to help people address lifestyle diseases – such as Type 2 Diabetes – improve their mental health through movement and encourage exercisers to spend time in nature.

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The online courses have been priced at £2.99 with packages starting from £11.99.

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