Leeds presenter launches daily TV workouts led by fitness celebrities

A presenter and businessman from Leeds has launched daily TV workouts featuring the country's top fitness celebrities.

Saturday, 2nd May 2020, 6:00 am
Hannah Spearritt, formerly of S Club 7, will provide workouts on the channel

Faris Fisher, of Leeds-based media firm BESTFIT, has launched the 20 minute daily workouts on the FreeSports channel.

The weekday shows are broadcast at 8am and 4pm and encourage people of all ages to stay active during lockdown.

Workouts will be led by fitness celebrities including MMA trainer Mike Wood, professional golfer Carly Booth, Hannah Spearritt formerly of S Club 7 and Yoga expert and Formula 1 TV presenter Alex Legouix.

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The shows will also provide expert tips for lockdown survival including topics on mental health, working from home, nutrition and keeping the kids engaged.

All advertising revenue generated from each programme will be donated to the NHS staff on the frontline of the coronavirus pandemic.

Richard Webb, COO of FreeSports, said: “We are delighted to broadcast daily workouts to the UK population and donate all advertising revenue to the NHS.

"There are huge physical and mental health benefits of exercise, even more so during these unprecedented times and a home workout brought to you by FreeSports and BESTFIT each morning will be the best way to kick start your day.”

FreeSports is available free to air on Sky HD (422), Virgin TV HD (553), Freeview (64), Freesat (252), TalkTalk/BT (64) and also available online via the FreeSports Player at www.freesportsplayer.tv.

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