What's Your #Fitnessresolution

We want to know what your #fitnessresolution is for 2016. Whether it’s to lose a few pounds or to run a half marathon, tell us what you want to achieve and you could win a £50 JD Sports voucher. It’s always good to have an incentive when taking on a new challenge!

All you need to do is set your goal at the start of January and send us proof of you achieving it by the end of February. Simple.

Running on a Treadmill at Home

It can be any proof you want, from a photo of you crossing the finish line or showing the before and after snaps of your workout results. Tag us, tweet us or message us directly on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag #fitnessresolution to show off your hard work.

We’ll pick the entry that tells the most impressive story and the winner will get £50 to spend on the fitness goodies of their choice.*

We’re here to support our customers. So if you need help creating a training plan or are in need of some exercise tips and advice, get in touch with our very own personal trainer Simon, who is on hand to offer his expertise for free. We’ve also got lots of free resources across our website.

Our team are getting in on the New Year fitness push too. Here are some of the JTX team’s fitness goals for 2016:

Rachel, our E Commerce Manager is taking on the Brighton half marathon in February 2016.

John, from the Operations Team is in training for a Triathlon.

The JTX Cycling Team might be tempted to take on the British Heart Foundation London to Brighton bike ride again this year.

And the rest of us? We’re still deciding and hoping to be inspired by your #fitnessresolution goals. So let us know what you’re aiming for and show us how and when you smash it! You will not only feel brilliant, you might just win a £50 voucher too. Good luck!

* A winner will be chosen on Tuesday, 1st March 2016 and will be contacted via their chosen method of entry. Applicants must tag us, tweet us or message us directly on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag #fitnessresolution and a photo to apply.