Get ready to have the most fun you have had while exercising!
• Support 300 terminally ill Queenslanders
• Break a world record
Aspire Fitness & Rehabilitation and Queensland Sports Medicine Centre are again proudly supporting the MND and Me Foundation by entering a Team into the “Muscle Up for MND” event supporting Queenslanders living with Motor Neurone Disease (MND). Just like last year the aim is to invade the Gabba in an attempt to break the World Record for the Largest Personal Training Circuit Class.
The current World Record is 2061 people, held by Guy Leech.
On Saturday 7 March 2015 you get the chance to:
• Be a sporting superstar by running out on to the world-famous Gabba for a training session
• Rub shoulders with some of Australia’s elite athletes while training
• Brag that you are a world record holder
Of course by participating we also get the chance to show our support for Queenslanders impacted by this terminal and debilitating disease.
THE WORLD RECORD ATTEMPT
During the one hour session (8.45am – 9.45am) we will rotate together through 10 different stations set up around the ground – including an AFR & QSMC boxing station. Exercises at each station will go for 4 minutes in duration and cater for different fitness levels allowing everyone to Muscle Up. To participate all that is asked is that you donate your regular training fee (or a minimum of $20). All donations over $2 are tax deductible.
This is a great opportunity for us to come together have some fun, while helping a very worthy cause. When you register you will be asked join a team – just select AFR & QSMC.
To register and for more information click here