Burpees on the beach
Burpees for a Cause is making its way to the beach at Umina to raise money for White Ribbon and The United Project.
Locals will do burpees for one kilometre across the beach on Saturday, May 21, for charities that support those affected by domestic violence and youth homelessness.
Individuals and small teams will have the chance to join in the fundraising event which will be held simultaneously at venues all around the country.
Steve de Vivo from Surf Fit Soar Personal Training at Umina is the man responsible for bringing the challenge to Umina.
While Mr Smith said his clients were excited about facing the challenge, he was keen for the broader local community to get involved.
"People can get involved in Burpees for a Cause by registering at active.com," he said.
"Just log onto the website and search for Spartan Race Burpees for a Cause."
Media release, 11 May 2017
Monica Ashtyn Agius, Writing Space
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