Reps 4 Resiliency Fitness Challenge
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About the Event
Step One: Register for the event with the RSVP link through Eventbrite and receive your sponsor pledge packet via e-mail.
Step Two: Fill out the pledge packet information by asking friends, family, neighbors, co-workers, to be donation sponsors of your fitness goal! This pledge per rep can be of any amount! From 25 cents to 25 dollars per rep you achieve!
Step Three: Do those reps! Complete as many repetitions in a row, unbroken, at the following set weight categories.MALE: Back Squat = 135 Lb Bench Press = 95 lbs FEMALE: Back Squat = 65 lb Bench Press = 45 lbs
Step four: Submit your fully completed form back via e-mail for us to celebrate your success and to following up with your sponsors. (*Submission deadline = November 1st, 2020.)
Step five: Enjoy your post workout endorphin rush and all the happy feel good vibes from helping others!
Did we mention there is a $500 cash prize for the fundraising winner!?FAQ: Q: What if I only want to participate in one event and not both?
A: All reps count! You can participate in both back squat and bench press, or you can choose one or the other.Q: I want to participate, but I don't have access to a health club or my gym doesn't have the necessary equipment.
A: No worries! We have partnered up with dozens of health clubs around the country that will allow free day access to registered participants!
The following cities have host locations...
- Kansas City, KS
- Saint Louis, MO
- Orange Country, CA
- San Diego, CA
- Las Vegas, NV
- New York, NY
- Fayetteville, NC
Simply show your eventbrite registration to receive complimentary access!
*Email email@example.com for specific host location details as appointments and other covid-19 health policies may be required.Q: It is required to collect donation pledges from friends or can I just register and do the reps?
A: Either way, we're just happy you're involved! However, the more pledges you collect the more donations you will directly help fundraise. If you're going to be sore from doing all those reps, ya' might as well know it was all well worth it knowing each rep made a bigger impact.