Enrichment, Things To Do, Tweens & Teens

Free Workouts for High Schoolers

This summer, high school teens–ages 14-19–are invited to Planet Fitness to work out for free, as part of the High School Summer Pass program. Interested high schoolers can visit planetfitness.com/summerpass to register for the program before gaining club access starting Saturday, June 1.The program will run from June 1-August 31. Teens under the age of 18 must register with a parent or guardian.

The High School Summer Pass program kicks off during Mental Health Awareness Month (May) to help teens prioritize their physical and mental health during a critical time of year when school is out and important academic or extracurricular activities are on pause.

“As the leader in fitness with locations throughout the U.S. and Canada, Planet Fitness is proud to continue to invest in today’s youth by providing free access to fitness during a critical time in their lives,” says Craig Benson, Interim Chief Executive Officer at Planet Fitness. “Many teens continue to be impacted by the long-term mental health impacts from the pandemic, yet studies show that exercise can have a significant, positive impact on teens’ overall wellness. We look forward to welcoming High School Summer Pass participants into our clubs to support them in their health and wellness journeys.”

For more information, visit planetfitness.com/summerpass.

 

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