Fitness star Kayla Itsines coming to Dubai

The personal trainer will be taking part in Dubai Active in December

Fitness star Kayla Itsines coming to Dubai

Internet fitness sensation Kayla Itsines is coming to Dubai next month as part of Dubai Active.

The massive health, fitness and wellness event kicks off on Thursday December 5 and is set to be huge – with loads of group workouts and meet and greets.

And if you’re a fan of Kayla Itsines, you’re in luck as she’s doing a Q&A. Itsines was last in Dubai in 2017, giving a free workout on the Palm.

The founder of BBG (Bikini Body Guide) Itsines is famous worldwide. In 2015 she became the first personal trainer to train more than 30,000 women in person, while Kayla and the BBG community broke five Guinness World Records in Australia in 2016.

Taking place between Thursday December 5 and Saturday 7 in Dubai World Trade Centre, some 25,000 visitors are expected to head along to the fitness event, which will host more than 200 exhibitors, with tickets starting from Dhs20.

Dubai Active is coming to the city in December, alongside the annual Dubai Muscle Show, and is promising an enormous collection of activities, demonstrations, exhibitions, activations, games, workouts and more that’s designed to appeal to the most seasoned of fitness enthusiasts as much as it does the casual gymmer who’s after a new workout.

Once inside you’ll find a range of zones and activations dedicated to a variety of sports and macro-level fitness subjects. There’s a huge yoga studio offering a number of different classes over the weekend – to help you unwind, de-stress, or increase your strength, stamina and flexibility.

Dubai is on a fitness roll at the moment, with more than 1.1million people taking part in Dubai Fitness Challenge this year, setting a new record. Want to carry on that momentum? You know where to go.

Lace up those trainers.
From Dhs20. Dec 5-7. Dubai World Trade Centre,

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