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Cool ‘Fitness Challenge’ coming to Canton’s Summit on the Park

 Cool ‘Fitness Challenge’ coming to Canton’s Summit on the Park

Canton’s Summit on the Park will host the township’s inaugural Fitness Challenge on Memorial Day.

Before you fire up the grill this Memorial Day, Canton Township will provide you with a unique opportunity to fire up your muscles.

On Monday, May 27, from 7 a.m. to noon, the Summit on the Park is combining fitness with tradition to host its inaugural Summit Memorial Day Fitness Challenge.

To complete the challenge, participants ages 14 and older must finish a 1-mile run, complete 100 pull-ups, 200 push-ups, 300 air squats capped by a second 1-mile run.

Participants can also choose to do a half challenge, which would include a half-mile run, 50 pull-ups, 100 push-ups, 150 air squats and another half-mile run. Modifications for this challenge include pull-up assist bands and TRX straps.

“This challenge isn’t just about breaking a sweat; it’s about building connections, fostering determination, and achieving personal goals all while helping to support the Love a Michigan Vet homeless shelter,” stated Sarah Pushies, Summit on the Park Health & Wellness Specialist.

Community-bonding event

Pushups will be on the agenda for the inaugural Fitness Challenge PHOTO KARL SOLANO
Pushups will be on the agenda for the inaugural Fitness Challenge PHOTO KARL SOLANO

“It will be great to see our community come together to focus on their health and well-being, all for a good cause.”

The competition, which is sponsored by the National Guard, will be held during hour-long time slots every hour from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the Summit on the Park, located at 46000 Summit Parkway in Canton.

Pre-registration is available online at www.cantonfun.org/register until May 20.

Registration fees are $40 for the full challenge and $20 for the half challenge.

Active-duty members and veterans will receive a 10% discount on registration. A portion of the proceeds will go to Love a Michigan Vet, a homeless shelter for veterans in Detroit.

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