Team Fundraising Page of Hybrid Strength
Hybrid Strength & Fitness was founded on the idea of building a training environment that was a throwback to the Golden Era of strength training, when comradery, community, friendship and teamwork were the driving force to helping individuals reach a higher level of self. The sign on our front door says it all… “No Whining”. If you’re looking for excuses, you won’t find them here. If you’re looking to become a better version of yourself, this is the place to start!
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Location / Venue
- 9830 West National Road
- New Carlisle, OH 45344
- Mar 02, 2019 11:00 am to
- Mar 02, 2019 03:30 pm
About This Campaign
During this high-energy event, you will push the limits of your own strength. Participants will set their own goals for fundraising, as well as number of push-ups they wish to attempt during the 2-hour event.
Sign up as an individual or set a goal as a team, just be sure to bring your game face.
Participants are encouraged to gather donations from their friends and family. Donations can be made online or in cash to the participant. Online donors can select a team or individual goal to contribute to or make a general donation. Participants are encouraged to record a video or make a FB post telling us why YOU are raising money for one of these great causes!
All participants that raise a minimum of $50 will receive an event T-shirt as well as a swag bag!
In addition to pursuing their own goals, participants will have the opportunity at the March 2nd event to compete for medals in unique push-up challenges including;
most push-ups in one minute
fastest push-up relay team
most one-handed push-ups in one minute
most push-ups during the event
Mary Couser gave a $100 donation
Michael Dugan gave a $21.40 donation
Hybrid Strength & Fitnesss gave a $316.77 donationDedication In Honor of: Kathy ScottIn honor of my wife, Kathy Scott, who is currently going through treatments for lymphoma. In addition, my mother, Debra Scott, who at an early age had a total hysterectomy for cervical cancer, as well as my mother-in-law Sharon Hager who recently had a right mastectomy from breast cancer.
Frederick Hatton gave a $25 donation