Myzone has teamed up with the Royal Air Force Central Fund to enhance the health and wellbeing of serving RAF personnel during lockdown.
The partnership with the charity, which helps RAF personnel to access sport and physical activities, is designed to support and motivate personnel to exercise during the restrictions imposed during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The affiliation sees the RAF Central Fund subsidising the cost of its MZ-3 belts for all serving RAF personnel, with the first 1,250 personnel receiving an 81% discount on the RRP price.
Jonathan Monks, Director EMEA at Myzone, said: “Many RAF stations and personnel already benefit from Myzone. We are thrilled to partner with the Royal Air Force Central Fund, just as government allows unlimited amounts of exercise outdoors, to support more men and women working in the RAF to meet their fitness goals while connecting with their colleagues during this time of physical distancing.”
Ross Perriam, CEO of RAF Central Fund, said: “We’re delighted to announce this new partnership, particularly at the moment as the coronovirus outbreak has put a temporary halt to RAF Sport and personnel being able to access Station gyms.
“Having used one of their belts myself, I can honestly say they offer a fantastic way to monitor and record your exercise efforts and fitness levels. And for those that like competition, the system also provides a great platform through which you can challenge yourself against others. Through Myzone we hope to create a workout community that will bring us together through exercise when lockdown restrictions are keeping us apart.”
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