To get more people to exercise and be healthy, Hounslow is showing people the fun of sports as part of the Big Summer programme, in the lead up to the Rugby World Cup set to arrive on the borough's doorstep in September.
The two Super Saturday taster sessions will feature activities for people of all ages including rugby, tennis, jiu jitsu, toddler's kung fu, netball, boxing, trampolining, volleyball, freerunning and skateboarding.
The first event will be opened by pioneer of freerunning, Sebastien Foucan, and TV and radio broadcaster, Kelly Cates. It will take place in Turnham Green on Saturday (July 11), and for the first time at Feltham Park on August 22.
Super Saturday founder Kirsten Lonsdale said: “I wanted to build on the extraordinary success of last year’s Super Saturday and then make sure we introduced new activities that people may have never considered trying before.
"The event is about discovering an active passion and I am convinced there is one for everyone.”
A recent Sport England's Active People Survey revealed 42% of people in Hounslow had exercised for 30 minutes every week for the past four weeks, 10% higher than the London average.
Hounslow Council cabinet member for public health and leisure, Ed Mayne, said: “The Active People survey is good news as more people are getting active and getting into sport.
"But there is room for improvement and we want to encourage as many people as we can to exercise as it transforms lives.
"And we are very fortunate to have such an amazing sporting spectacle coming to Hounslow and it is a great chance for us to be inspired to get back into sport.”
If you're still not convinced sports is for you, then the BetterPoints programme will also be in place so people can earn points for walking, cycling, or jogging, which can be used in shops and cafes.