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Published on September 26th, 2019 | by Landon Buford


High Fitness Collaborates with National Women’s Health and Fitness Day to Raises Awareness For Women’s Health

High Fitness

High Fitness, is an organization that is responsible for the revival of aerobic fitness classes all across North America. The organization is on a mission to make workouts fun again and impactful. High Fitness is unlike any other modernized aerobics experience. The demand of HIGH Fitness made the workout the obvious choice to partner for National Women’s Health and Fitness Day, this past September 25th; HIGH Fitness offered free classes in numerous cities in the U.S. and Canada.

High Fitness

The 18th Annual National Women’s Health and Fitness Day is the biggest annual health promotion event for women of all ages. The program focuses on the importance of regular physical activity and health awareness for women. According to the High Fitness Website, it is a 60-minute, easy-to-follow choreographed class that is synced to fan-favorite music tracks.

HIGH Fitness is all about encouraging everyone to feel their best – and have fun doing it,” said Amber Zenith, co-founder HIGH. “We’re passionate about women’s fitness and redefining the perception of aerobics – the response to the classes has been overwhelming and humbling.”

High Fitness

“National Women’s Health and Fitness Day is an important and worthwhile program, and it was an easy decision to participate in this event,” said Emily Nelson, co-founder HIGH.  “We’re hoping the complimentary HIGH Fitness classes will inspire women to include group fitness as part of their overall health routine.”

On September 25th, HIGH Fitness had free workout classes in select cities across the country and Canada.

Follow along the HIGH Fitness journey on Facebook and Instagram. To find a class near you or for more information, visit

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