Get the World Fit for Free Campaign

As it’s a new decade BX Plans is on a mission to get the world fit for free. First developed by Dr Bill Oban in the 1950s and later adopted by the Royal Canadian Air force we’re celebrating the popularity of these plans that kick started the modern day fitness revolution which began almost 70 years ago.

That’s why we are on a mission to get the world fit for free during 2020 and are offering a Men’s 5BX 11-minute fitness eBook, or a Women’s XBX 12-minute eBook for FREE. Both books are designed to gently increase in pace helping both men and women of any age reach peak fitness.

To download your free eBook, enter your email address and your copy will be sent via email. *One copy per email.*

**This offer is for a limited time.  So hurry and get your FREE copy today!**

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Want to Get Fit for Free?

for immediate release

24th February 2020

BX Plans Ltd, the publishers of BX Plans wants to help a new generation of people discover the wonderful benefits of this simple, no fuss, fitness plan…for free.  First developed by Dr Bill Oban in the 1950s and later adopted by the Royal Canadian Air Force, BX Plans helped launch the fitness culture we have today and have since become one of the longest running fitness plans in the world.

To take part in the Get the World Fit for Free campaign readers can download a free eBook for a limited time from bxplans-uk.com/freebies. The men’s and women’s eBook is available to download which offers a variety of exercises to help strengthen muscles and increase stamina.

If you haven’t heard of BX Plans then this is your chance to change that. This fitness plan has been around for almost 70 years and has influenced many exercise programs along the way. It was featured last year in The Telegraph after a journalist tested out the plan giving it a thumbs up. Loved by high profile celebrities across the globe including members of the royal family it has been a favourite of many as it is known to deliver quick results with no special equipment or gym fees. Dame Helen Mirren is quoted as saying, “It is the exercise I have done off and on my whole life, it just very gently gets you fit. Two weeks of doing it and you think: Yeah, I could go to the gym now.”

Click the link to download a full copy of the press release: https://www.dropbox.com/scl/fi/ikvojgsnw1e1hsf9ke4tu/Want-to-get-Fit-for-Free.doc?dl=0&rlkey=jqu34x2e1wxkp3kcv8ihqtwtr

Mission 2020: Get the World Fit for Free

for immediate release

3rd February 2020

As it’s a new decade BX Plans is on a mission to get the world fit for free and we need your help to spread the word. BX Fitness plans were first developed by Dr Bill Oban in the 1950s (almost 70 years ago) and were later adopted by the Royal Canadian Air force in the early 60s. The popularity of these plans around the world helped launched the fitness culture we have today and have since become one of the longest running fitness plans in the world. BX Plans Ltd. the publisher of BX Plans wants to help a new generation of people discover the wonderful benefits of this simple, no fuss, fitness plan…And yes for free!

BX Plans are for men, women and children and are available in 5 languages which include English, French, German, Spanish and Polish. The books can be bought worldwide – direct from the BXPlans website or Amazon. To take part in the Get the World Fit for Free campaign readers can download a free eBook for a limited time from bxplans-uk.com/freebies.

Many high profile celebrities including members of the Royal Household have enjoyed the benefits of BX Plans. In a recent Telegraph article Dame Helen Mirren says, “It is the exercise I have done off and on my whole life. It just very gently gets you fit. Two weeks of doing it and you think: ‘Yeah, I could go to the gym now.”

Click the link to download a full copy of the press release: https://www.dropbox.com/scl/fi/2c6eoott174e425jqgai3/World-Fit-for-Free.doc?dl=0&rlkey=6l1xykjth4f6jxvc7r3icbi5t