Paul is the youngest person to hold England’s Strongest Man title in 2016-2017 and is currently the World’s Strongest Junior.
We’re also delighted to be supported by local health and wellbeing, sport and fitness providers.
Watch a weightlifting display by Hallam Barbell Club and make the most of the opportunity to try out the sport yourself.
Have a go on a Watt Bike courtesy of Wosskow Brown and take the Power Test Challenge – ride the bike for a 10 second burst and the dial on the bike will give a measure of your ‘power’.
Chat to Sheffield International Venues staff and find out about the fitness programmes, classes and lessons available across their facilities including the English Institute of Sport Sheffield and iceSheffield, both located on Sheffield Olympic Legacy Park.
There will also be opportunities to find out about other health and wellbeing activities, services and events in the local area and beyond.
The first bus pull will take place at 12.30pm and a second at 1.30pm – with passengers!
So come along to celebrate Move More Month and join in the mission to make Sheffield the most active city in the UK by 2020.
If you are a health and wellbeing provider and would like to find out how you can support the event and showcase your services please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
How to get to Sheffield Olympic Legacy Park
Stagecoach Supertram – use the yellow route to the Arena/Olympic Legacy Park stop
First Bus – take the X1 Steel Link to the Olympic Legacy Park stop on Attercliffe Common
Parking – available in the car park off Worksop Road (for sat nav use postcode S9 3TL)