Fitness enthusiasts can enjoy a weekend of fun at Singapore Press Holdings' (SPH) first sports, fitness and lifestyle festival next month.
Called Feel Fab Fest (F3), the festival will have more than 45 booths offering a host of popular health, lifestyle and food products and services.
Highlights include an intensive weighted-vest workout provided by local fitness community Superfit as part of the RED-X Games, an annual fitness challenge, and a full-body workout by F45, a network of fitness studios in Australia.
The festival will be held on July 21 and 22 at Suntec Convention Centre's Halls 405 and 406.
SPH Radio DJs from two stations will be at the event. They include Glenn Ong and The Flying Dutchman from ONE FM 91.3 as well as Andrew and Wen Hong from UFM100.3.
SPH's chief marketing officer, Mr Ignatius Low, said: "This event brings together SPH's multi-platform and multilingual audiences in a unique media solution for our advertisers and partners, which include - for the first time - Sport Singapore."
FEEL FAB FEST (F3)
WHAT: Over 45 booths offering popular health, lifestyle and food products and services
WHEN: July 21 and 22
WHERE: Suntec Convention Centre's Halls 405 and 406
The tie-up with Sport Singapore will result in several high-intensity fitness workouts conducted by Radical Fitness, an ActiveSG programming partner.
Football player Lim Tong Hai and the ActiveSG Football Academy will also be on board for the Fab 4 Football Challenge, in support of the Singapore Football Festival.
Entry to the two-day event is free. To take part in the activities, pre-registration is required. It can be done at www.feelfabfest.sg.
The festival is organised by The Straits Times and Lianhe Zaobao newspapers, in collaboration with SPH Radio stations ONE FM 91.3 and UFM100.3.