Workout for a Cause
Posted on 05/23/2011
Working out isn’t for everyone. But with the right motivation and incentive, exercise can provide positives for your physical health and state of mind.
A variety of walks and runs that will help provide funds for research to fight diseases and other worthy causes are becoming available as the warm weather finally arrives.
Different walks like the American Heart Walk, Race for a Cure and the Asthma Walk can be found locally to help a variety of organizations. Normally, there is a registration fee for the events that goes directly toward benefiting those organizations.
If you’re not in shape, have no fear. These events aren’t that type of race. While a few try to win the race, there are always a large majority of participants that are there to simply cross the finish line. The most important part is that you’re there and showing your support.
If you’ve never been to one of these events, the procedure is simple. All you need to grab are your tennis shoes, comfortable clothes and some friends to run or walk with you. Reading up on the organization before hand will help make the most of your experience so that you know why you’re running.
Make working out “your thing” for a worthy cause. Check local listings to find these types of fundraisers in the area.