Ooredoo will return to the Museum of Islamic Art Park tomorrow for the third year to host an all-day Qatar National Sport Day event.
This year’s activity-packed schedule has been designed with a strong focus on getting visitors to think about their fitness levels and strength. It will also include a host of classes, trainers and activities to help the whole community get into shape.
From 8.30am, Ooredoo will hold fitness classes for all ages and levels, including Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, a walking group, gladiator joust, circuit training, football, kayaking and more.
To ensure that the activities provide the benefits of healthy living for participants, Ooredoo has hired professional sports trainers to teach visitors vital exercise skills such as warming up, which can then be used in everyday life.
“We wanted to truly get to the heart of what Qatar’s National Sport Day represents this year, which is why we have focused more heavily than ever before on fitness classes and activities,” said Fatima Sultan al-Kuwari, director of community and public relations, Ooredoo.
“We want the day to help visitors kick-start their exercise routine and inspire more people than ever before to keep fit in 2016,” she added.
Ooredoo’s support for National Sport Day is part of its ongoing commitment to raise awareness of the importance of fitness and health among the people of Qatar.
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