Mumbai, March 25 (IANS) With the aim to raise awareness around staying fit, healthy and safe at home amid COVID-19 outbreak, Tata Sky will provide free access to Tata Sky Fitness to all its subscribers. Minister of State for Youth Affairs & Sports Kiren Rijiju has recognised this initiative that comes at a time when it is imperative for people to join the drive to stay at home during the current country wide lockdown.
Taking to Twitter, Rijiju wrote: "Tata Sky Fitness is free for a month to help India stay fit. Tune to Channel 110. As we stay home in a 21-day lockdown, we must engage our family to stay healthy and fit. #Fitindia fights Corona even when staying at home.
This initiative will benefit Tata Sky's entire subscriber base, reaching more than 50 million people, allowing them to keep up their fitness regimen from the safety and comfort of their own homes.
Tata Sky Fitness, available in English, Hindi & Telugu allows subscribers to get fit with celebrity fitness experts including Yasmin Karachiwala, Kaizzad Capadia, Abbas Ali, Shivoham, Luke Coutinho, Deepika Mehta, etc. at their own leisure.
The service offers a daily slot dedicated to women's fitness, fitness for senior citizens, nutrition advice and celeb fitness secrets along with interactive sessions. Tata Sky Fitness is available on #110. It is also available on Live TV and VOD on the Tata Sky Mobile App.