/UCW/ LOS ANGELES, CA – MEDIA ALERT: The Frog, the world’s first ever full-body concurrent strength and aerobic trainer will be unveiled Saturday, February 20, 2016 at Dave Fisher’s Powerhouse Gym in a challenge pitting fitness fanatics against each other in a never before seen relay. The competition welcomes two classes: Fitness Enthusiasts and Certified Trainers, limited to only 100 per class. Each competitor will race for his or her chance at cash award totaling $5,000 in addition to thousands in prizes and the chance to be named the first ever Frog Fitness Throwdown Champion.
WHO: The event will welcome fitness legend Mike O’Hearn (Four Time Mr. Natural Universe, American Gladiators), Mona Muresan (Fitness Model, IFBB Figure Pro) and Owner & CEO of Frog Fitness Richard Pearce
The event will also welcome AMP 97.1 DJ’s giving away swag to guests, fresh eats for local South Bay Yalla Truck, samples of some of the best fitness products on the market from Quest Bars and Hint Water. There will be a demo area for anyone to test their strength on The Frog.
Dave Fisher’s Power House Gym
22715 Hawthorne Blvd.
Torrance, CA 90505
Saturday, February 20th, 2016
OPEN CLASS: Check-in @ 8:00a, Competition @9:00a
PERSONAL TRAINERS: Check-in @12p, Competition @1p
Two classes, of 100 each of Fitness Enthusiasts and Certified Trainers will compete in an 80-foot challenge of 15 reps of 5 different exercises on The Frog: 15 Leapers/Lower Body, 15 Supermans/Upper Body, 15 Core Killers/Abs, 15 Worms/ 3 Sets of Leapers + Supermans + Core Killers, and 15 MOJO’s The Frog’s Signature Movement!
Cash + Prizes award to first, second and third in each class.
HOW TO SIGN UP
Please visit www.TheNextBigThingInFitness.com/throwdown
The Frog is unlike any other training device you have ever seen. After more than three years of scientific testing, The Frog will premiere on the market as the only concurrent strength and aerobic trainer. CEO Richard Pearce developed The Frog as a commercial grade, piece of exercise equipment not meant to replace your current weight training, but to challenge your entire body in one leap.
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