Boston, November 18, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Blue Cross Blue Shield Massachusetts (Blue Cross) and National Fitness Campaign (NFC) is a partner in expanding access to free, equitable outdoor exercise programs throughout the community. Massachusetts. In partnership, Blue Cross and NFC will work with local cities, institutions and organizations to build 15 new fitness courts by 2022, with plans to make free, world-class fitness accessible to all.

“The Blue Cross is committed to helping people live healthier lives and to overcome the physical and social barriers that lead to health disparities,” he said. Jeff BellowsVice President of Corporate Citizenship and Public Affairs at the Blue Cross. “We are proud to work with the NFC to build the Commonwealth Fitness Courts to provide a common venue and equitable access to major outdoor fitness opportunities.”

The NFC’s elegant and durable outdoor fitness courts ® are designed to provide robust and fun seven-minute full-body exercises for people of all ages and abilities. Fitness courts are built in public places that are easily accessible to residents, helping people get out of their cars and back on their feet, making healthy choices an easy choice every day. Equipment weighing more than 30 can be used by the fitness court in thousands of ways. Users can access free digital fitness training by accessing the Fitness Court app, which offers a variety of fitness activities designed by leading professionals in practical fitness and weight training.

Municipalities, schools and other public places may apply. $ 50,000 Funding from Blue Cross and NFC to help build a fitness court. The NFC Advisory Team will work with qualified recipients to plan, fund, and launch an Outdoor Fitness Court and Community Safety Campaign.

“He is proud to have received the Blue Cross as a state sponsor of the National Fitness Campaign. Massachusetts” he said Mitch ManagementFounder of NFC. “This program provides a wealth of resources to contribute to the vital mission of fighting obesity and improving health outcomes as the network of fitness courts grows in the state. We look forward to working with the Blue Cross to make this campaign a great success.”

Blue Cross’s partnership with NFC is part of the company’s strong corporate citizenship commitment. It was announced last week To promote health justice in communities in the Commonwealth. It will offer a blue cross over the next five years $ 16 million For those who work to solve food, environmental and racial inequality with the help of volunteers and volunteers Massachusetts Communities. This work supports the general term of the company Announced earlier this year To be a leader in solving health inequities in the Commonwealth.

NFC and Blue Cross will start accepting support applications November 2021 To support the establishment of fitness courts in local communities. Visit to learn more about the National Fitness Campaign and how you can qualify for funding

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About NFC

The National Fitness Campaign (NFC) is a health consulting firm – founded San Francisco, California A.D. 1979 – Provides financial support, project management and master planning services to cities, schools and sponsors to build healthy communities. Fitness Court ነው is a 7-minute fitness system branded by NFC founder. Mitch Management, Designed to be the world’s best outdoor gym. The mission of the NFC is to build healthy communities by building an outdoor fitness court for every American on a 10-minute bike ride. Learn more about NFC at

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