South Baltimore Businesses Team Up on Baltimore Fitness Biathlon to Benefit Athletes Serving Athletes

| March 8, 2017 | 0 Comments

Five South Baltimore fitness businesses are teaming up to host the Baltimore Fitness Biathlon to raise money for Athletes Serving Athletes (ASA). Taking place on Saturday, March 25th, attendees will have the opportunity to participate in back-to-back fitness classes at various fitness facilities in South Baltimore. Participants can take part in The Classic, which is a bike and run combo; The Calorie Torcher, which is a bike and kickboxing combo; or The Live Music event, which is a HIIT and yoga combo.

The biathlon was created by Locust Point resident Faith Albert and Parking Panda Co-Founder Nick Miller after they were brainstorming fundraising ideas for ASA. Baltimore-based ASA helps disabled individuals of all ages compete in running events, triathlons, and more by partnering with a fellow athlete. All of the proceeds for the biathlon will go to ASA.

South Baltimore gyms Fort Ave Fitness, Knockout Fitness, Reflex Functional Fitness, and Rev Cycle Studio are donating classes for the event, and Charm City Run Baltimore is organizing the runs. Albert told that it was very easy to get the businesses on board and thanks them for their “incredible response.” Additional sponsors include Gouter, Jacks + Javi, and True Lemon.

The event runs from 2pm to 4pm and is followed by a celebration with the sponsors. “It’s a great opportunity to meet people, learn about ASA, and try out great local products,” said Albert.

Participants can sign up at

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