Weʼre raising £1,000 to help AgeNI across Northern Ireland, and Mountfern, a daycare centre in our local community in Coleraine for those with special needs
- Ballymoney, UK
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Starting 12pm Saturday 15th December and training right through to 12pm Sunday 16th December, six members of The Forge Personal Training, will workout for 24 hours straight, to raise vital funds for both AgeNI and Mountfern (Coleraine).
The 24-hour AMRAP Challenge is a unique, one-of-a-kind, annual team event, that connects athletes and gyms from all over the world, simultaneously. This event is a challenge, the ultimate test of physical and mental perseverance. This year Grace Smith, Female Personal Trainer of the Year Northern Ireland, has created an all female team comprised of Forge members, to push their minds and bodies to the limits, in order to raise money for two amazing charities.
Undertaking the gruelling 24 Hour Amrap, these six ordinary girls (who love a little fitness), will be tested in a way they have never been tested before. All in real time!
The Forge PT team comprises of:
Grace Smith, Joanne Hall, Emma O'Sullivan, Joanne Hutton, Pamela McCollum & Geraldine O'Boyle
Please donate what you can to these two charities which operate solely in Northern Ireland and make a difference to our community. Thank you!
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