Yesterday I told you guys that I had a special treat to share with you.
A lot of you have been asking me what exercises are going to be in the Circuit Workout on November 28th. What’s it going to be like?
So in today’s video I let you know about a special something I’ve put together for everyone who registers for our Lift Away the Stigma Circuit Training Marathon or donates $35 or more.
I’m also showing you a great core exercise with sliding discs. These are a handy tool for away workouts, at home workouts, and they travel super light!
Mental Health Fact #23: Most people with mental health problems can get better. Treatment and recovery are ongoing processes that happen over time. The first step is getting help.
Here’s Fitness Tip #23 of 30 Days to Lift Away the Stigma:
This is a great core exercise that really is challenging. By the way, in the video I accidentally call this “Fitness Tip #24” but it’s not. It’s #23. Tomorrow I’ll share #24 which is another variation that builds off of today’s tip.
Here are some visual reminders. (Click on the photos to enlarge).
If you’d like to participate in our Circuit Training Marathon, and help“Lift Away the Stigma” of Mental Illness go HERE to register online or download your registration form and mail it in! And if you can’t attend, we’d still love your support. No matter where you live, this is an important matter that affects all of us.
Even if you can’t attend our Circuit Training Marathon, I strongly encourage you to donate to our event, by registering online or email me at email@example.com if you’d like to contribute a different amount. No donation is too small to be appreciated! 100% of the money we raise is going to Mental Health Association in New York State, Inc. and their campaign to Take Away the Stigma of Mental Illness.
Join us for an Amazing 30 Minute Circuit Workout that’s “Challenging Yet Doable” for any fitness level, at real [FIT] life on Giving Tuesday, November 28th. To register, go here.
Founder, real [FIT] life
“Helping people live happier, healthier, longer, stronger lives,
one lift at a time.”