Places for People Leisure has once more embraced ukactive's National Fitness Day; celebrating the fun side of fitness and physical activity, whilst promoting the importance of healthy, active lifestyles for all ages.
Places for People Leisure centres across the country hosted a range of free sessions and open days for the public, encouraging people to sample new sports, fitness activities and disciplines.
Activities on offer to centre visitors on National Fitness Day ranged from High-Intensity Training to gentle aqua aerobics, and from Boot Camps to Body Step.
Places for People Leisure colleagues across the country also joined forces for a national squat challenge - aiming to gather as many people as possible to take part in the popular strength-building exercise.
This year's squat challenge, which also invited public participation, saw 14,019 people complete 310,585 squats throughout the day - comfortably beating last years' totals.
Sandra Dodd, Chief Executive at Places for People Leisure said:
"Most people realise the benefits of an active lifestyle, but aren't necessarily aware of the abundance of opportunities that are now available to them which can fit in with their busy schedules.
"National Fitness Day offers the ideal opportunity to showcase the broad range of fitness activities on offer to all ability levels, and promote the social aspects of exercise too."
Find a range of fitness activities at your local leisure centre