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SWEAT DC Hosting a 6 Week Pre-Turkey Day Transformation Challenge

Studies show that people gain 25% of their weight for the year between Halloween and New Year’s day, so SWEAT DC fitness studio which is known for mixing a fun club environment (their studio glows in the dark) with a challenging specialized core, HIIT and strength training program, has your plan.

Starting Monday, October 21 through Thanksgiving they are hosting a 6 week team transformation challenge to gear you up right before the biggest eating day of the year. Coach G, founder of SWEAT DC, says “I chose a team challenge because we are more accountable to other people than we are to ourselves. Also it’s more fun to sweat together”

The program includes an accountability partner (one will be provided if you don’t have one), nutrition guide, home workouts and confidential before & after photos (they wont post them). There are prizes for all teams who take over 42 classes (21 per person), grand prize for the team that takes the most classes, and for the person with the biggest transformation.

Special offer — for those new to SWEAT DC join the challenge for just $199. Register here!

For any questions or more info contact [email protected].

SWEAT DC is located at 3232 Georgia Avenue, steps from bagel spot Call Your Mother. Follow along on Instagram @sweatdc.

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