Truth Training is hosting an online kettlebell-swinging challenge to benefit Project Most — an opportunity to benefit one’s health and one’s community simultaneously.
Beginning on Monday, Aug. 3, the program consists of 20 workouts, four days per week. Live workouts are to be streamed every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday, and will be available on demand as well. The entry fee for the 10K Swing Challenge is $100, and sign-up is by visiting truthtraining.com.
As for the weight of the kettlebells, "men should use 24 kg and women should use 16 kg," it says on the Truth Training website. "Adjust as needed, but this is intended to be a difficult program."
For those interested in a single day of kettlebell swinging, on Sept. 4 there will be a one-day-only live event to complete one thousand swings. The entry fee is $50.
Participation helps Project Most continue to enrich after-school hours and weekends for students in the East Hampton and Springs School Districts.