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The Best Fitness Festivals of 2019



Hopefully, we have not reached the point where movement and movement are seen as a kind of punishment. If it's fun, why not enjoy the whole day or even the whole weekend? Now you can, because fitness festivals have become one thing. Whether you are interested in fitness classes, running, yoga or even dodgeball, there is an event for you. Here are some of the best in Britain.

Balance Festival (10-12 May)

The London Weekender is knowingly held indoors for a festival in early May. You'll find everything from HIIT workouts to old yoga and breathing techniques under one roof, with workouts (from £ 5), free yoga sessions and talks by the best instructors and boutique gyms in London. There is also a great opportunity to see the latest trends in fitness apparel, beauty and wearable tech and to try healthy foods and drinks. balance-festival.com

Buy Tickets | From £ 24.50

Hackney Festival Of Fitness (May 17-19)

There is a lot where the organizer calls Virgin Active the UK's biggest fitness festival, so there should be something for it each. On Saturdays, there are plenty of fitness classes and experiences, including a spin session in a Virgin pop-up studio and The Evolution Of Music HIIT training from super-club founder Ministry of Sound Fitness. There are also sessions for 70s funk and live orchestral accompaniment to a yoga and meditation class. On Sunday, the festival ends in the Hackney Half Marathon. virginsport.com/hackney-2019

Buy Tickets | Saturday £ 35 Half Marathon £ 54

Bournemouth 7s (May 24-26)

If you're into team sports, consider organizing your bank holiday in May – visit Bournemouth Glastonbury and over 30,000 like-minded athletes and sports fans. The Bournemouth 7s offers the opportunity to enter a team or play in rugby, netball, hockey, dodgeball and volleyball. However, the activity does not stop when the sun goes down, because then 15 festival arenas come to life with live bands as well as DJs. bournemouth7s.com

Buy Tickets | Camping Ticket from £ 170, a day from £ 50

RunFestRun (May 31-June 2)

Family run-in are indeed rare birds, so RunFestRun in Wiltshire is a welcome Addition to the calendar. The festival kicks off on Friday with a light welcome run called Sunset Shuffle, before the "Serious Saturday" breaks from 2.5km to a half marathon. Sunday takes a less serious look with a costume (provided by the festival), as it leads to a Big Bug Hoe Down in the woods. Not only that, in the evenings there is music with headliner Olly Murs, Razorlight and a DJ set by Faithless. runfestrun.co.uk

Buy tickets (available from 21st March) | £ 140

Love Trails (July 4-7)

If you want to spend your festival day in the truly great outdoors, make sure to party on the Gower Peninsula. A guided trail run is included in your ticket price (you can sign up for more if you feel like it) and there are many run-ups, including a beer mile relay. If you need variety, there are plenty of non-active activities, such as coasteering, rock climbing, yoga, and guided meditation. Plus, this is the best – wood fired hot tubs. lovetrailsfestival.co.uk

Buy Tickets | From £ 139

Soul Circus (16-19 August)

"Sit back and recalibrate," is probably the advice that is most often followed by movement, music, and music after a festival Eating in the Cotswolds. The festival hosts over 250 daily classes taught by 100 teachers and spiritual guides, including yoga classes, mindfulness, tai chi and more. Soul Circus is also family friendly with children's yoga, giant games, arts and crafts and a glittering cave. Children under 15 years are free. In the evenings, the event features a variety of live acts, experiences and music of various genres and intensity to help you find the mood you are looking for. soulcircus.yoga

Buy Tickets | Day tickets from £ 79, Weekend tickets from £ 175


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