Posts Tagged ‘fitness enthusiasts’

WHAT:: Fitness Competition- 2 Levels- 4 Stations

WHEN:: May 1, 2010- 9:30 AM- 1:30 PM

WHERE:: Boys and Girls Club, NW Washington, DC
(2500 14th Street NW, DC 20009)

WHY:: Win $1000 worth off cash and prizes and Fight Childhood Obesity

Competition Registration:
1. Professional Entries:
a. $45.00 per single participant
b. Buddy Pass (2 entries) – $65.00 for two!
2. Fitness Enthusiast: $25.00 per participant
3. Group packages available- to get more information, email info@DCFitnessChallenge.com

Additional Support Options:
1. Make a Voluntary Donation to help support DC Girls on the Run!
2. Donate equipment for the competition!
3. Donate coupons to your gym or services- to be raffled off to public at the event!

Benefits to You
Press to include: the Washington City Paper’s Express and News Channel

Event endorsed by Endorsed by: Washington Redskins, Perfect Pushup, Acura, Cancer Wellness Community, USS Navy Tri-forces Triathlon, the Boys and Girls Club, DC Girls on the Run, and many more…

Reach a large and growing network of health conscious individuals  Be featured on an online website dedicated to the gyms/trainers participating at this event

Reach out to business leaders interested fitness and training options for their staffs  Marketing and a unique opportunity to be introduced to the fitness and wellness community

Participants to Include:
Local businesses interested in fitness and training options for employees
Local press, including magazines such as City Living, and newspapers such as the Express and City Paper  DC Running Groups and As well as, the local Fitness and Wellness Community

Questions? Email us at Info@DCfitnessChallenge.com or call 202.269.0050

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SPECIAL Project Fitness bootcamp this Saturday is sponsored by Acura.  After our bootcamp workout, Acura will shuttle everyone to the National Mall for Lululemon’s Annual Yoga on the Mall.  Bring a Mat!

“In conjunction with the National Cherry Blossom Festival, Lululemon Athletica staffers are trying to gather 1,000 people to practice yoga on the Mall. The Hypnotic Gurus (a band that fuses electronic music and the sitar) will perform before and during the class. Peggy Mulqueen will lead the event.

The free class will be held at the Sylvan Theater, located at 15th Street SW and Independence Ave. Bring a yoga mat. All levels are welcome.” (Washington Post)  It will begin at 10:30 AM.  I hope you can join me and Project Fitness in this great event.

A great strength and conditioning workout with front raises, lateral raises, combined with dynamic movements involving squats and step ups. This workout also includes core and shoulder stability. Watch my shoulder routine: http://www.p-fit.com/Health.html

Come to the Project Fitness March 2 Healthy Happy Hour (details below) and receive a drink card!

Get this card vouched at the Healthy Happy Hour, then bring it to any future Project Fitness Event and receive an AWESOME DISCOUNT!!

Project Fitness Health Conscious Drink Card!

What’s with those needles they stick in people? Is that supposed to make them feel better?!

From the Tai Sophia Institute, Rachel Kriger, licensed acupuncturist, and Nell Carr-Young, Nationally Certified Massage Therapist/acupuncture intern, will discuss, “That’s The Point: What is Five Element Acupuncture and How Can it Help You?” Find out more, see a demonstration, and even play with some needles!
FREE; March 2; 6-8PM; Busboys and Poets (1025 5th St NW)
Net Proceeds donated to Pfit Kids Initiatives

– win prizes – eat – drink – network –

Can’t wait to have you,

Chickaro and the Healthy Happy Hour Crew

This is the blog page for DC’s own Project Fitness.

Project Fitness is a concept that prompts physical fitness and exercise as a healthier lifestyle choice. We create awareness around health and fitness options while assisting individuals in maximizing their overall fitness goals through aerobic, endurance, flexibility, and resistance training exercise and education.

We promote lifestyles that generate social movement in which fitness serves as both a preventative tool and a solution to many health problems that are prevalent in our community. We believe that determining personal needs and goals are the first steps in working towards a healthier future.