KINGMAN - Kingman area fitness businesses have teamed up to host a fundraiser for the Boys and Girls Club of Kingman - and give residents an opportunity to discover the many ways there are to get in shape.
"This is a full fitness event," said Kasie Sage, manager of Anytime Fitness on Stockton Hill Road. "We're going to have anything and everything and I guarantee people will find something they love and they can get passionate about."
There will be Crossfit games - basically boot camp for people who want to be as physically fit as humanly possible.
Demonstrations of Zumba and Be Bad Hip Hop will provide two ways to dance your way to peak condition. Health and wellness vendors will be on hand.
A physique show for men and women will be held for those looking for a little motivation. For those in need of inspiration, the winner of the Biggest Transformation Challenge will be announced.
The challenge began in January right after many people began working on that New Year's resolution to get healthy. Twenty contestants underwent full body assessments.
They began a variety of workout programs; the person who has experienced the biggest transformation will win a cash prize.
While the public gets in for free, participants in crossfit and the physique shows must pay $20 to compete. "This is about being the best you can be," said Sage. "We want to promote a strong, healthy community and we want to raise awareness of not only getting kids involved in physical activity, but adults."
Kids can get active at the event by playing in the bounce house and there will be raffles and prizes.
The event will run from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. May 17 at the Boys and Girls Club, 301 North First St.