WOD on the Loch: Lussfest fitness event set for July – Helensburgh Advertiser

PEOPLE from across Scotland and beyond are expected to flock to the bonnie banks for a two-day ‘fitness festival’ in Luss in mid-July.
The ‘WOD on the Loch’ event – also known as LussFest – will feature fitness challenges, yoga classes, a climbing wall, giant trampolines, a ‘wipeout zone’ and a range of family activities as well as a ‘Scotland’s Strongest’ fitness competition.
Some of Scotland’s best athletes will also be present to give talks, interviews, workshops and demonstrations, while the event will also feature live music, street food and a licensed bar.
The festival takes place on Saturday, July 16 and Sunday, July 17 at the Luss Highland Games Field near the centre of the village.
Find out more details about the event, and book tickets, at wodontheloch.com or by searching for ‘WOD on the Loch’ on Facebook.
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