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Burr Ridge Kettlebell Club Free 'Turkey-Busting Workout' November 28 to Help Feed the Hungry

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    Angela Schorsch

 
Angela Schorsch

Burr Ridge, IL -- November 10, 2013 --Burr Ridge Kettlebell (BRKC) will host its fourth annual "Turkey-Busting Workout" and canned food drive to feed the homeless on Thanksgiving morning November 28.

Bring a can of food and you can workout at Burr Ridge Kettlebell Club's leading fitness boot camp on November 28 for free. Paul Lyngso, owner of Burr Ridge Kettlebell Club calls them "Turkey-Busting Workouts" because they burn off those monstrous calories we all consume on Thanksgiving.

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"This is our fourth annual year doing the Thanksgiving Morning Workout, and we plan on continuing this annual tradition here," says Lyngso, "because Thanksgiving is such a wonderful family and friends holiday, and a time to show our appreciation for all we have, especially our health."

This year's Burr Ridge Kettlebell Club's Turkey-Busting Workout will be held at our new location 251 S. Frontage Road, Unit 26 Burr Ridge, IL 60527

Burr Ridge Kettlebell Club is open to all local residents and their family and friends on Thursday November 28th. The cost of admission is just one can of food (preferably vegetables); otherwise it's completely free to everyone who wants a great workout with fun people. In addition to bringing donations of food to the workout, we will also welcome donations of any jackets, shoes, or socks that you no longer use. We will be donating them to Dupage County PADS shelters.

"All that we ask is that folks register in advance at http://turkeyworkoutburrridge.viprespond.com so we can be sure we have enough equipment on hand to accommodate everyone," says Lyngso. "Our workouts are perfect for all folks regardless of age or fitness level -- we make everyone feel welcome and customize the workouts so everybody gets what they need."

"We anticipate a great turnout because folks enjoy working out with family, friends and friendly people. And because we're donating all the food to our local food drive, we're also supporting a great cause. It's a great way for us to give thanks for our health, our families, friends and good fortune, and help others who are less fortunate at the same time," explains Lyngso.

If you would like more information on the "Turkey-BustingWorkout" or Burr Ridge Kettlebell, please contact Paul Lyngso at 630-280-1953 or info@burrridgekettlebellclub.com.

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