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Tuesday, October 15, 2019 at Knockout Fitness
Signature Events

Fit Club

Tuesday, October 15, 2019 at Knockout Fitness

For the final Fit Club of 2019, Baltimore teamed up with Knockout Fitness to break in their new studio in Towson. Getting an exclusive look of the space, the lucky group of 40 fitness devotees was the first to experience the tough—and fun—strength training and conditioning workout. Featuring boxing, battle ropes, box jumps, and much more, this studio offered the perfect class for a full-body, fitness challenge. Before the class, NAMI Metro Baltimore welcomed guests and shared the important connection between mental health and physical health.

Post-class, attendees enjoyed a happy hour and refreshed with Truly hard seltzers, even taking home a branded tumbler to bring to future workouts. While sipping their drinks, guests mixed and mingled, fueled up with Skinny Pop, and snapped pictures in the Instagram-worthy studio.

The event beneficiary, NAMI Metro Baltimore, is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of those struggling with mental illness. NAMI offers family support, peer education, public education, and advocacy to aid in the battle against mental illness and the stigma surrounding these sicknesses.

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Thank you to Becky Stavely for capturing great photos of such a fit, fun group!



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