Enter To Win An Amazing Home Gym (Including A Peloton) When You Donate $10
The holiday season inspires you to do some good for others, and the New Year might inspire you to do some good for yourself too, re: your fitness routine. Tackle both when you donate to the Playing For Change Foundation and get 100 entries to win the Complete Home Gym Giveaway featuring Peloton in return.
Playing For Change is a 501(c)3 non-profit that uses music education to create positive change for children in need. Their work provides arts education and jobs to kids and adults in communities around the world. A quick click to donate toward their efforts today can earn you an amazing home gym valued at over $5000.
The Complete Home Gym is true to its name, with equipment from Peloton, Mirror, Oura Ring, Bowflex, TRX, and Theragun. You’ll have the tools to work on anything from cardio to strength training and everything in between.
You’ve probably heard the hype over Peloton, but in case you’ve been living under a rock, the Peloton Bike+ Basics brings your stationary workout to life with bike boot camps and live rides. Similarly high-tech, the Mirror will change from a pretty standard reflective accessory to a live fitness experience with over 50 genres of classes in seconds. You’ll have the opportunity to track your success along the way with the included Aura Ring which will monitor your activity, sleep, and recovery all day long.
If you’re interested in strength training, you’ll love the adjustable Bowflex SelectTech 552 dumbbells, with weight options from five to 52.5 pounds. With that kind of muscle building, you’ll need some new clothes that suit your new physique, so the winner will also get a $100 gift card to Lululemon, Nike, or Athleta—winner’s choice.
Do a little good this season with a donation to the Playing For Change Foundation and get a whole lot of good back during the Complete Home Gym Giveaway. Just $10 gets you 100 entries as long as you’re at least 18 years old.
Prices subject to change. Entries accepted through March 31, 2021.
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