posted on February 2, 2022
If you’ve been a member of Union Fitness for any amount of time, then you know how serious we are about your progress, performance, and your goals. There’s also a good chance that you’ve noticed how serious we are about our local community, and how much it means to us. So, what better way to do something great for our members as well as our local community than to hold our annual Push/Pull charity fundraiser competition? This year’s event will be held on Sunday April 3rd right here at Union Fitness. Last year we had a great turnout and a ton of fun. Many people who signed up were first time competitors and did an amazing job. As with any sort of competition, there will always be a bit of a learning curve involved. That’s where we come in to guide you along the way and help you be as prepared as possible.
If you are a regular in our Powerful classes, between now and the push pull event, each workout will be specifically designed and related to the preparation needed for the event. That includes going over the rules, perfecting the movements and techniques, as well as continuing to build upon your overall strength and conditioning. If you do not regularly take Powerful class, then we can still help prepare and guide you along the way. Just stop into the office and sit down with us for a few minutes to answer any questions that you might have. If you are unfamiliar with the lifts, we can also take the time to show you proper technique, as well as discuss all of the rules involved.
As we get closer to the event, we will be making more announcements to keep you posted on any specifics and future details. So, be sure to keep a lookout for more posts on our Instagram account, as well as future blogs. This event is a great way for you to challenge yourself, try something and learn something new, and to support and cheer on your fellow members and classmates who you have been working alongside of throughout your time here at Union Fitness. As always, do not hesitate to let us know if you have any questions at all. We look forward to seeing you all enjoy yourselves.
– Curtis Miller