I was going to send this out to the hashers and friends to see who was interested, it a great way to motivate especially while we are locked up.
I did it last year and there were only some guys in Launy doing it.
Once you download the app you can connect and see who's in your group and how everyone is going and give them grief.
It's for mental health and it certainly made me feel better and of course the body better.
I had my grandson joining me in the morning doing them after a while.
Ladies, of course, can do the knee push-ups.
Of course the more the merrier so ask others as well and you don't have to fundraise but I gave a donation last year.
Cindy Aka Thrust.
FYI Killers in the photo again, it may be a few year old.
Let's do this
Join over 40,000 Australians in the #pushforbetter
We have over 40,000 legends registered so far for this year's event and with just two weeks to go we are on track to smash last year's record but we still need your help 💪
Mums, dads, AFL stars, olympic athletes, pro surfers, students, casual gym goers, first timers, you name it, Australia is getting behind The Push-Up Challenge.
We'd love for you to be involved too.
What's different this year?
- This year your target is 3,046 push-ups. To represent the number of lives lost in Australia to suicide in 2018.
- For the first time, you will be able to support headspace national or your local headspace centre (there are 118 across Australia).
- We have a participant only area on facebook where you can get access to exclusive tips on fitness, nutrition and mindset.
3,046 a little too much?
Just a reminder that you can take part in the event in a combined team where together you are aiming for 3,046. So why not take it on with a family member, a mate or perhaps a group of people?
As a reminder there are two team types...
| |A team of participants, each aiming for 3,046 OR... Or a combined team, where together you reach 3,046
| We're supporting headspace |
headspace National Youth Mental Health Foundation work to strengthen the mental health and wellbeing of young Australians by providing services and information to young people aged 12-25 and their families. You can find out more about headspace here.
| Many of you were involved last year so you know how it works. Get fit, have fun and learn about mental health. We really hope you can be involved. |
Let's do this!
Chief Of Push-Ups
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