10,000 Burpees in 43 hours
Life-long trainer and athlete Josh Zitomer of Physical Fix, has competed 10,000 burpees in 43 hours to raise awareness and money for keep a child alive, an organization focused on ending childhood AIDS. The event was held at the Tri-State Spartan Super on September 12-13, 2015.Information leading up to the event read:
A dream is not realized in one step. It takes a collection of thousands of small steps to accomplish the impossible. 1 Burpee at a time. 1 child at a time. 1 penny at a time.
On September 12th I will embark on my dream of becoming the first person to ever do over 10,000 chest-to-ground burpees. I will be doing this to help Keep a Child Alive realize their dream of no new HIV infections, no barriers to HIV treatment, and no discrimination.I need your help to accomplish these dreams. I’m looking for a collection of thousands of beautiful people that are willing to sponsor me with one penny for every burpee I do. Your donation will go toward improving the lives of children and families affected by HIV in Africa and India and helping to prevent further spread.Video of Josh finishing the event can be seen at at MobyPicture as well as his Facebook.[mwi-cat-listing cat="94" ppp="4" cols="4" desc="false" type="view" btn_color="black" ]