Active Nation is a national sport and exercise charity on a mission! Our message is important, since sport & exercise is proven to reduce the risk of serious illnesses such as Cancer, Osteoporosis, Type II Diabetes and Heart Disease. Our charities purpose is simple… ‘to persuade the nation to be active!’ Support us by making your pledge now and try a free discovery session at your local Active Nation centre.
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At Active Nation we love a challenge. We think achieving a goal helps to make a good day feel great. Anything counts – from swimming a length to running a marathon, from losing some inches to gaining some muscle – whatever YOU want to achieve!
First, establish your exercise pledge and make it
Second, tell us below how you are going to do it!
Third, get out there and achieve it! Good Luck!
We have persuaded
People to get active
Get inspired by Active Nation Supporter's pledges
"get fit, burn fat and feel great!"
"go swimming once a week"
"To get fit"
"Run the Race For Life 10k"
"Get fit so I can keep up with my toddler"
"Only pinch an inch"
"To visit the gym more often"
"Pass stage 2 sailing"
"to swim a lot more and hopefully up to 100 miles!!"
"to learn to swim"
"To use the leisure centre at least three times a week..."
"Become Fitter As A Football Player"
"to visit the gym 3 times a week!"
"to learn to snowboard"
"To walk 5 meters on my hands whilst doing the splits"