Workout For A Cure Bootcamp

Saturday, May 6th at Woman's Workout Company

Join The Woman’s Workout Company to workout for a cause to help end Breast Cancer

The Woman’s Workout Company (WWC) is hosting a co-ed outdoor workout fundraiser on Saturday, May 6 from 9:00am to 11:00am in support of two members participating in The Avon 39 Walk To End Breast Cancer in Boston.

“We invite everyone to join us to help support Megan, a cancer survivor, and Emily, a multiple time walker, raise the $3800 needed for the walk as well as to raise awareness for this devastating disease that affects so many of our lives,” said Jillian Russo, owner of WWC. This event is open to both members and non-members and is co-ed. A minimum $10 donation will get you entry into WWC for the day, the Workout for a Cure Bootcamp, a 30 day membership to the gym and one entry into the raffle drawings.

This rain or shine workout will be 90 minutes and including Spinning, Kettlebells, Ropes, Boxing and more. Perfect for all levels and ages. WWC Staff will also be helping raise money with a Burpees For Boobies Challenge. As a team, the staff will complete one burpee for every dollar donated to this challenge. A silent auction, raffle, special edition t-shirts and more will be available. Please call the gym at 508-771-1600 to sign up and pledge your support. Cash donations also accepted.

The Woman’s Workout Company is Cape Cod’s original gym for women. Founded in 1985, our mission has been to help women change their lives by offering group exercise classes, boxing, team training, strength training and more.


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