SAMURAI are thrilled to announce our collaboration with Fresh Fitness Food for the Fresh Fitness Throwdown, a CrossFit competition held in London.

Throughout the month of May, members from 16 different gyms will compete side by side in the ultimate CrossFit workout, each put to the test and all vying to be crowned champion in the grand finale. 

SAMURAI x Fresh Fitness Food - Fresh Fitness Throwdown
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The Fresh Fitness Throwdown competition kicked off on Friday 6th May at the CrossFit Putney gym in London, continuing on Saturday 7th at Fortitude Fitness London gym. Both of these two premier gyms set the bar high for the competition going forward with their intense and demanding workouts.

Already it is shaping up to be an epic event, with fitness fanatics and enthusiasts giving it their all. The competition will continue on, visiting different gym venues until the championship final - held where it all started at the CrossFit Putney gym on Friday 17th June. 

SAMURAI x Fresh Fitness Food - Fresh Fitness Throwdown
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Jack Dyson, our Head of Brand and Marketing here at SAMURAI, said: ’We’re excited to be partnering with Fresh Fitness Foods for this year's Throwdown event. Their team and customers alike share the same love for competitive sport as ourselves so when we got the call it was a no brainer for us to get involved.”

Voted the UK’s #1 bespoke nutrition brand, Fresh Food Fitness aims to provide and deliver a balanced, nutritional meal to anyone on a tight schedule. Each meal is designed by a team of expert nutritionists to supply their customers with a personalised meal plan to help them stay healthy and conveniently delivered to their doorstep.

The Throwdown competition also aims to raise money for The Felix Project, an organisation whose objective is to redistribute surplus food to those in need and help reduce food waste. Collected from over 539 suppliers across the food industry, they then sort and deliver to over 1000 front-line charities, schools and programmes developed to help vulnerable people. To learn more about The Felix Project and ways in which you can help, visit their website here.