Register Now for the One Hour Warrior Challenge and Win!
What do Grunt Style, The Marine Toys for Tots Foundation, Virago Fitness, and Brittney Hogan have in common? Simple, they’re on a mission called the one-hour warrior challenge.
Are you a warrior? If you are, then you need to get in on this great challenge! Anyone of any age (in the United States) who wants to make a difference is welcome to participate in the challenge. Every registered challenge participant will receive a “One Hour Warrior Challenge” Fitness Tee provided by Grunt Style and we know you want that! Registration opens September 11th and closes October 20th.
Last year was the first time that Virago and Toys for Tots joined forces to create the first ever Virtual Race benefiting Toys for Tots. This year, the focus is on the cause and getting every person in the United States involved, so they have created the One Hour Warrior Challenge. The 2017 challenge will be a nationwide event that will take place the week of November 6th, 2017. Participants will pay a $40 registration fee and receive a one of a kind Challenge fitness tee (designed and printed by Grunt Style, LLC). The proceeds from this event will go the Marine Reserve Toys for Tots Organization. By registering for the challenge, participants agree to perform a one-hour workout or athletic activity in honor of Toys for Tots. We will have several fitness instructors all over the United States offering a free class for participants of the challenge, or they can perform it in their home, on their own time, as long as it is done within that week. Registration opens September 11th and closes October 20th. Will you accept the challenge?
Registration opens on September 11, 2017, and ends October 20, 2017. During the week of November 6 through November 12, participants from all over the country will perform a one-hour athletic activity (of any kind) and dedicate it to the Toys for Tots Organization. You get to choose any day during that week, anytime, any distance, and any form of exercise making it much easier to squeeze into your busy schedule. You can complete the challenge by yourself, at a fitness class, with friends, with your family, or create a team and have a competition. Once you register, share the registration with your friends and family and challenge them to do the same. It’s as simple as that!
Virago Fitness was established in 2014 by Brittney Hogan, a surviving spouse of a fallen United States Marine. Brittney’s late husband, Hunter Hogan, was killed in combat in Helmand Province Afghanistan in June of 2012. After a long journey for her and their family, Brittney found fitness as a way to cope with the uncontrollable changes in her life. She started Virago in hopes of inspiring others to use fitness for post-traumatic growth.
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