NYPD/FDNY Get Fit for Disabled Children in 11th Annual 911 Fitness Challenge
New York City fitness expert Natasha Linton and The 911 National Fitness Challenge continue their mission to help children with disabilities.
NYC EMS, law enforcement and firefighters will compete as teams to lose fat and gain muscle. In this win-win situation thousands will be raised for children's hospitals, plus NYC 911 responders will shed unwanted pounds with the help of Natasha Linton. Proceeds from registration will benefit the Shriner's Children's Hospitals, which provide free medical care for children under 18 years old with brain injuries, spinal cord and burn trauma.
The team with the greatest averaged weight-loss will receive $5000 and a trip to Las Vegas. Communities throughout the city will benefit as their 911 responders improve their health, which equals increased quality, efficiency, productivity and safety.
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