By James, 17.
SAS soldier turned adventurer Bear Grylls is keeping the nation active at a time where obvious challenges have hurt people’s physical and mental health
Described by TV presenter Piers Morgan as ‘the most enthusiastic man in the world’, Bear Grylls is encouraging the nation to develop a get up and go attitude that will push them to wherever they want to go in life.
Bear Grylls OBE has succeeded as an SAS soldier, he is the world chief scout and he has also sold over 19 million books worldwide inspiring the world.
Despite his achievements, he still possesses that enthusiasm to get up and achieve more.
This week, Bear has hosted a UK – wide workout session for National Fitness Day to motivate the nation to get active.
Speaking on the matter, Bear stated, ‘It’s been such a hard year for so many with the COVID-19 pandemic, but physical activity has helped millions of people to find connection and to stay strong, both physically and mentally.’
He went on to say that ‘we hope to empower everyone to try something new and make a positive change to their life.’
Ukactive have subsequently gone on to be flooded with messages of excitement from people who took part in National Fitness Day and this is in no doubt partly down to Bear’s ‘infectious’ enthusiasm that provided the inspiration needed to get people on their feet.