Pick n Pay has launched a new and affordable fitness equipment range and Smart Shoppers will receive 12 free online fitness classes when purchasing any product from the new range during the next month.
Lockdown became synonymous with home workouts, and many have continued with this habit they adopted when gyms were closed due to the ease it offers.
The new LIVEFIT range of exercise equipment consists of over 75 products – ranging from yoga mats, bands, balls, and dumbbell sets to exercise bikes and weightlifting benches, and home gyms. Over the next few months the range will be growing even further with new and exciting products.
“We’ve always offered a small range of fitness equipment but the need for a wider range quickly became apparent. Customers are really enjoying the new fitness equipment that makes fitness easily accessible and affordable to set up their own mini home gym.”
“The free fitness programme will help customers use the products effectively and further help them reach their fitness goals from the comfort of their own home,” says Andrew Mills, retail executive of marketing at Pick n Pay.
When swiping a Smart shopper card to purchase any LIVEFIT product before 7 June 2021, customers will receive 12 free online fitness classes with a local fitness enthusiast, trainer and LIVEFIT Brand Ambassador, Samantha Matos. These classes can be accessed via her online portal (Sierra Performance) which can be done easily and safely at home with just five pieces of LIVEFIT equipment – a mat, ball, skipping rope, loop bands, and power loops.
The training programme is limited to one per customer and customers can get their free code to redeem these classes by SMSing their Smart Shopper number to the short code that will be at the bottom of their till slip when purchasing any LIVEFIT product.
The 12 fitness sessions are aimed at the beginner and run over 3 weeks broken up into 3 sessions per week, each day of the week focusing on building fitness levels of a different part of the body – legs, upper body and full body.
“The free 12-session Livefit programme offers a fun, simple yet intense workout for the beginner who wants to set the foundation onto which they can build their physical wellbeing. By the end of the 12 sessions Smart Shopper customers will be well on their way, with a little commitment and determination, to reaching their fitness goals,” says Matos.
Should customers wish to continue their training with Samantha after the free 12-session programme – at an affordable monthly rate – they can sign up directly with her to keep themselves active and in shape.
Customers can also reach out to Pick n Pay’s registered dietitian who can provide free nutrition advice via the health hotline on 0800 11 22 88 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pick n Pay will also soon launch a new and expanded LIVEFIT clothing and accessory range for men, women and young girls. Pick n Pay is the only retailer that offers a full Health and Wellness solution to their customers all under one roof. When shopping at any Pick n Pay Hyper, customers will be able to purchase healthy meal options, exercise equipment (with free classes), gym wear and supplementation.
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