WHO’s Decade of Healthy Ageing and Our Mission

The World Health Organisation – WHO – declared 2020-2030 as the decade of healthy ageing.

The aim is to bring together governments, international agencies, academics, the media and professionals to help and collaborate on initiatives that can improve the lives of older people, their families and commuities as a whole.

Here at fitness drum, we are wholeheartedly behind the WHO’s decade of healthy ageing and we hope it sparks new ways of thinking about how we age, both individually and as a society.

We want to make fitness as easy and sustainable as possible regardless of age. Our mission is to help people like you enjoy better movement so you can feel empowered to seek adventure and keep doing the things you love to do. We’re here to champion for healthy ageing and lifelong fitness.

Our approach to fitness is focused on the little things we can do each and every day that will have a big impact in the long run. Little and often. It’s as simple as that. Our daily workouts aren’t complex or overwhelming – instead they make it inclusive and easy for everyone to stay on top of their fitness.

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This is a passion project and something we want to do to help people feel empowered in their bodies so they can live their best lives. We don’t have a big marketing budget and rely very much on word of mouth and referrals. If you know anyone who you think would also benefit from virtual fitness challenges and exercise programmes, please encourage them to sign up. It means the world to us and helps us reach more people.

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