Business Wire Indiacult.fit, India’s leading fitness platform, announces the launch of the Fitstart sale, its biggest sale of the year, which kicked off on 25th July with brand ambassador Hrithik Roshan as the face of the campaign.
The Fitstart sale has been a major catalyst in cult.fit’s efforts to bring people to fitness and get them started on a path to better health. This time, cult.fit is offering its online and offline products and services at highly attractive prices with discounts of up to 50-60%. This sale is applicable across all its categories and will last until the end of July.
With an increased interest in fitness among people, this sale offers an opportunity for customers to experience the best workout formats taught by highly-skilled trainers in the country. Whether it is some sweat-inducing cardio exercise, guided meditation sessions, elegant yoga asanas, or even just a fun dance session – cult.fit’s Fitstart sale has options for people across fitness levels, formats, and ages.
During the sale, customers can choose from a host of offerings focusing on both physical and mental health. These encompass the cultpass live for workouts at home, cultpass membership for cult.fit centres and partner gyms, personal training, as well as services like online therapy, online doctor consultation, and lab tests at ho me, among others.
Commenting on the launch of their sale, Mr. Naresh Krishnaswamy, Growth and Marketing Head, cult.fit, said: “With health and fitness on top of the mind for most people, it is never too late to get started on the road to better physical and mental health. The Fitstart sale, which is our biggest sale of the year, presents the perfect opportunity for people to commit to their overall well-being. Like each year, this year too we have some great offers across all categories on our app. Now with gyms reopening, we are also offering our offline cultpass packs at discounted prices alongside our online products. We are excited to kick the sale off and hope to see more people choose us to help them get healthy and achieve their fitness goals.”