World Record Attempt - We are back!
Those who helped us have a crack at the world record last year know we are telling the truth when we say “This is the most fun you can have while exercising!”
The Muscle Up for MND Challenge needs you to become “Muscle Uper” - building muscles for those who can’t: People living with Motor Neurone Disease (MND/ALS).
Last year we attempted to break the world record for the “largest personal training circuit class” which stands at 2061 people. We came agonisingly close with 1810 people participating in the attempt at the Gabba.
It is now time to build on the success of the original attempt and come back bigger and better with the record of 2061 people firmly in our sights.
The World Record Attempt
This is not just any old event, it is an experience to remember and one to share with family and friends. How often do you get the chance to:
1. Be a sporting star by running out on to the world famous Gabba
2. Break a World Record
3. Run shoulders with Australia's sporting elite
4. Get pretty much the whole family involved
All of this while raising awaeness and funds for a worthy cause to assist Queenslanders impacted by this terminal and debilitating disease.
During the one hour session you will rotate through different stations set up around the Gabba (if you have never been on the Gabba the grass it is truly spectacular). Exercises at each station with go for 4 minutes and will cater for all different fitness levels allowing for maximum participation. The minimum age for the event is 7 years old.
You don’t need to be a fitness freak or regular gym junky to complete the session. Each station will be managed and supervised by qualified trainers.
To be a part of this world record breaking experience all we ask is that you donate your regular training fee (or a minimum of $20). If you don’t normally pay to train then the minimum $20 is requested. Obviously larger donations are welcome. All donations are tax deductable.
So don’t waste any time, register now as an individual or as a team.
Registration on the day will start at 7.30am with the session starting at 8.45am and finishing at 9.45am