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Get fuelled with Nike and Sportsister

August 3, 2012
Get fuelled with Nike and Sportsister

If you’re looking for some fuel for your workouts then why not head to Nike’s sporting clubhouse for the everyday athlete?

Get fuelled with Nike and SportsisterThe Nike+ FuelStation space at Clapham Common is now officially open, with the digitally enabled sporting clubhouse designed to inspire London’s athlete community to #makeitcount.

And even more cause for excitement is that in a very special collaboration with Nike, Sportsister will be hosting a one-off free open air class at the new FuelStation space.

If you’ve never experienced a Nike Training Club class before this is the perfect introduction – a free, outdoor workout especially for Sportsister readers that’s guaranteed to push your fitness. So sign up here and get ready to be put though your paces by the Nike Master Trainers!

The aim of the Nike+ FuelStation is to bring premium experiences and services directly to London’s athletes, helping to enable every athlete to be the best they can be. The innovative space is fully NikeFuel enabled, motivating athletes to be more active throughout the day.

Located on the south side of Clapham Common – one of London’s top sporting areas – Nike+ FuelStation offers everything from one-to-one consultations with real athletes and a Nike+ Trial Zone to first-floor NIKEiD terminals where consumers can design their perfect footwear and apparel and regular Nike+ Run Clubs offering local runners a free running club on their doorstep .

Gino Fisanotti, Marketing Director for Nike UK & Ireland, said:  “Located at the heart of one of London’s key sporting communities, the Nike+ FuelStation at Clapham Common inspires athletes of every level to be passionate about sport and do more”.

Nike+ FuelStation at Clapham Common is open now at Nightingale Walk, SW4 9AE. Visit nike.com/makeitcount to find out more about the services and experiences available from the space.

Jessica Whittington, Sportsister
The Women’s Sports Magazine

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