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Red OctoberFit Fest – Competition Coming to Sioux Falls 2016

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Red OctoberFit Fest is a competition where athletes and non-athletes can come together and participate in a community fitness event. No judging. Instead, it is about embracing each other and pushing yourself to the limit. Red OctoberFit’s specially designed drills and regimes that combine CrossFit, MMA and team sports will challenge everyone based on their current fitness level. What sets Red OctoberFit Fest apart from other fitness competitions? Rather then focusing solely on strength, competitors will put their endurance to the test. Training drills, sprints and fluid motion regiments that avoid weights are incorporated in this high-intensity fitness competition. The removal of weights is key to avoiding unnecessary strain on your joints. Get ready to have some fun!

 

Fighting for a Cause

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Fighting for a Cause – Red OctoberFit Gives Back

Nothing is more important than giving something back to the community and the world as a whole. The people around us help us to grow and thrive and meet our own goals. Without you, Red OctoberFit wouldn’t be able to exist, and that’s why we make this promise: Red OctoberFit is going to give something back, and we’ve been intent on that goal from day one.

Our mission is to use a percentage of what we earn from registration fees to help with One child of mine day care contributions both domestically and abroad.

Why did we choose this cause to support? Because I know from first-hand experience how critical good, reliable, and safe child care can be for working families. This is especially true in an economic climate where many households require both parents to work just so they can pay the bills and put food on the table. And with that being the case, imagine the hardships faced by single parents, and the cost involved in those parents having no choice but to pay for child care while they’re working.

Financial assistance is important when it comes to this issue. It’s not just a matter of child care providing the only option outside of the impractical (bringing a child to work) or the unthinkable (leaving a young child alone), but it also gives these children more opportunities to learn and develop inside a structured environment. Effective child care fosters social skills, self-discipline, and other traits that will follow a child all the way into adulthood.

Sure, I remember taking a lot of naps and playing games when I was in day care as a kid, but what the experience instilled in me at that age was part of what allowed me to become a productive adult. That’s exactly what I want to help proliferate with Red OctoberFit’s contributions.

We’re going to take some of the burden off of struggling families and help to place children in a safe environments while their parents are at work…and by doing this, we believe we’re helping everyone. These children are the future of our world, and our future will be a reflection of how we care for them, support them, and teach them right now.

 

Go to www.redoctoberfit.com and check out the competition’s details for yourself. Feel free to contact us if you’re interested in contributing to 1 Child of Mine Foundation.

email: 1child@redoctoberfit.com

Blog Posts – Red OctoberFit

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Prizes for Red OctoberFit

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Prizes

Competition Winners

                                           Men’s Category                             Women’s Category

                                            1st Place: $750                               1st Place: $750

                                            2nd Place: $350                             2nd Place: $350

                                            3rd Place: $150                                3rd Place: $150

                               

                                Youth Sport (ages 7-12 yrs.)                 Youth Elite (ages 13 – 17 yrs.)

                               Each youth participant will receive an event souvenir for completing

                                the competition.

                                A raffle for an array of products will happen at the end of the competition

 

The Rules of Red OctoberFit Endurance series.

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What to Expect?

The Red OctoberFit Fest starts launches at 8:00 a.m. on Saturday, August 27, 201at Civic Center Park in Denver, Colorado (101 W. 14th Ave., Denver, CO 80202). Throughout the day, there will be 5 events held at 2 different difficulty levels. Prizes will be awarded to the top 3 in the men’s, women’s and youth categories. Schedule of Events is below.

Schedule of Events

Times may vary due to the number of participants

                           8:00 a.m.    Kick-off and Instructions

                           9:00 a.m.    1st Event: Chest Drill Champion

                                             • Run a total of 100 yds. in one direction while performing line drills

                                                • 10 lb. ball chest push 10x and sprint back to finish

                           10:00 a.m.  2nd Event: Twist and Hitch Hype

                                             • Run a total of 100 yds. in one direction while performing line drills

                                                • Workout band arm lifts

                           11:00 a.m.    3rd Event: 360 Warrior

                                             • Run a total of 100 yds. in one direction while performing line drills

                                                • Push-ups with legs on half-moon push-up ball

                                                • 360 motion push-ups

                          12:00 a.m.    4th Event: Sit-up Challenge

                                         • Run a total of 100 yds. in one direction while performing line drills

                                         • Exercise ball open arm sit-up half crunches/10 lb Ball Russian twists

                          2:00 p.m.    5th Event: Battle of the Fittest

                                               • Run a total of 100 yds. in one direction while performing line rills

                                               • Battle ropes 5x5x5 (I love my job)

                          3:00 p.m.    Closing Ceremony and prizes will be awarded