Registrations open for Dubai Fitness Challenge 2021
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Registrations open for Dubai Fitness Challenge 2021

Registrations open for Dubai Fitness Challenge 2021

The event will take place from October 29 to November 27, 2021


Dubai Fitness Challenge (DFC) is set to return this month from October 29 to November 27, 2021.

Registrations have now opened on DFC’s website for a host of free fitness events, activities, and classes that will be spread across 30 days.

There will be three free Fitness Villages at Kite Beach, Expo 2020 Dubai and Mushrif Park; fourteen Fitness Hubs in business and residential communities across the city; major sporting events and over 5,000 free live and virtual fitness classes.

The Dubai Run and Dubai Ride will also return to Sheikh Zayed Road this year.

The Fitness Village at Kite Beach will see beach workouts with 15 dedicated sports and fitness zones offering activities including HIIT training, yoga, spinning and water sports. The main stage will feature live sessions from the region’s top fitness instructors.

At the Fitness Village at Expo 2020 Dubai, there will be a Global Fitness Stage, football pitch, cricket nets, a gym and multi-sports area. Expo 2020 will also be collaborating with Dubai Sports Council (DSC) and DFC on several events, including the Expo 2020 Dubai Run which will be held on Friday, November 19.

The third Fitness Village at Mushrif Park will have six zones with special workout spaces for women, as well as aqua zumba and aerobics, and a dedicated kids zone with obstacle courses.

The 2021 edition of DFC will also see the addition of the Dubai Padel Cup, which includes three-days of exhibition matches at several locations in Dubai, featuring some of the world’s top-ranked professionals, as well as a dedicated championship for amateur players.

“Last year, the Challenge played a big role in motivating and energising children, engaging more than 620,000 students from more than 600 schools in the UAE. Overall, more than 1.5 million people participated in the 2020 Dubai Fitness Challenge, including more than 20,000 for the Dubai Ride. More than 100,000 people of all ages, abilities and fitness levels took part in the Dubai Run, and, for the first time, more than 200 virtual events were organised as part of DFC,” said Saeed Hareb, General Secretary of Dubai Sports Council.

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