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You’ve already heard that we’re inviting you to the coolest workout event ever: our 4th Annual Fitness Biathlon, featuring back-to-back classes at some of the top studios in NYC. (Check out all the tracks and set your iPhone alert now—tickets go on sale Monday!)

But one thing that’s better than a boot camp-plus-barre double-header? Sweating it out to help others. So we’re delivering: All proceeds from ticket sales will benefit Young Survival Coalition (YSC), a nonprofit that’s leading the fight against breast cancer in younger women.

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The organization believes that we’re stronger together—and spreads its message not only by uniting survivors, but by reaching out to the medical community, friends, family, and healthy young women as a whole with educational programming. It’s a must-have resource for countless fighters (with online guides to navigate women through every stage of treatment), and you can pitch in to keep the movement going. 

And believe us, you’ll make a big impact. Last year we raised over $20,000. This year, with our biggest biathlon yet, we hope to raise over $25,000—and it will all go straight to YSC.

So on join us on Saturday, October 22, 3–5 p.m. for an afternoon that will make you feel amazing, endorphins- and karma-wise. Better yet? Bring a friend.

Sign up at noon sharp on Monday, September 26. See you there!

Take a look at our full list of Fitness Biathlon studios and schedules—and if you want to heat up your fitness routine as the temps cool down, check out our Fall Fitness Preview