Everyone Active partners with WW (Weight Watchers Reimagined)

Wellness brand WW (Weight Watchers Reimagined) has formed a partnership with leisure centre operator Everyone Active to provide acomplete solution to health, wellness and fitness to customers.

 The partnership gives both WW and Everyone Active members a substantial annual saving on the award-winning myWW+ app and membership rates at all Everyone Active leisure centres.  WW will also be hosting their weekly workshops within many Everyone Active centres with attendees set to benefit from special activity sessions delivered by the Everyone Active fitness team.

Recent WW research reveals that 41 per cent of Brits admitted to a weight increase during the lockdowns and restrictions of 2020, and 65 per cent of those gaining half a stone or more. In response, brands like Everyone Active are driving the change from merely being a leisure provider, to a vital 360 wellness ecosystem for members of the public, offering everything from nutrition to fitness and mindfulness. By partnering with brands like WW, the partnership aims to help consumers achieve complete health and wellness, not just weight loss. The inaugural partnership between WW and Everyone Active gives significant health and wellness benefits to both WW and Everyone Active members, enabling a seamless and effective path to better overall wellness.

“The myWW+ and Everyone Active partnership is important because it closes the loop between diet, fitness and mental health. It is a complete solution to anyone going through fitness or weight challenges and has struggled to get results. We have fantastic member success rates and to offer that service paired with the world’s greatest wellness brand is a first for everyone who wants to get on top of their mental and physical health this year,” says Duncan Jefford, regional director at Everyone Active.

WW and Everyone Active members will be offered special discounts, giving them access to a range of benefits including personalised nutrition plans, workshops to sustain motivation and track progress, 24/7 coaching and the Headspace meditation app.

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