PRLog - Nov. 5, 2012 - CONCORD, Calif. -- Concord, CA – November 5, 2012 – Just bring your game face on and you can workout at Concord’s leading fitness bootcamp on Thanksgiving Day, November 22, 2012, for free. Anna Dornier, owner of Transform FX Fitness Bootcamp, calls them “Turkey-Busting Workouts” because they burn off those monstrous calories we all consume on Thanksgiving.
“This has become an annual tradition.” says Dornier, “because Thanksgiving is such a wonderful family and friends holiday, and a time to show our appreciation for all we have, especially our health.”
Transform FX Fitness Bootcamp is open to all East Bay residents and their family and friends on Thursday, at 8 a.m., 9 a.m., 10:00 a.m. “We have to open more bootcamp sessions this year since last year, we were so packed even though we still had a fun and effective workout,” says Dornier. The cost of admission is a small donation to the Villalobos Rescue Center in New Orleans. Dornier says, “We chose to help them this year because despite their popular T.V. show on Animal Planet, “Pitbulls and Parolees,” Tia, Villalobos Rescue Center owner, and her team still need a lot monetary help. They house an average of 200 pit bulls a year and give jobs to Parolees whom other companies may not hire.”
“All that we ask is that folks register in advance at www.TransformFXFitness.com/
Transform FX Fitness Bootcamp’s Turkey-Busting Workouts will be held at 1865 Adobe St. Unit B Concord, CA 94520. We are near Brenden Theaters in downtown.
“We anticipate a great turnout just like last year because folks enjoy working out with family, friends and friendly people and because we’re supporting a great cause supporting the Villalobos Rescue Center. Their mission is to save man and man’s best friend. Tia says that Pitbulls are the most misunderstood breed in the world and I completely agree. This event is a great way for us to shed light to how sweet and loving Pitbulls really are and give thanks for our health, our families, friends and good fortune, and help others experience the joy of having a furry companion at the same time,” explains Dornier.