Team "I WILL" vs Covid sponsored by Jack Daniel's

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Patients at Toronto Rehab Foundation need your support!

Team “I WILL” community and beyond,

We need your help.

Imagine you recently had a catastrophic injury, you are in the hospital, and you are unable to have friends or family visit. This unfortunately is the scenario for many patients at Toronto Rehab Foundation’s Lyndhurst Spinal Cord Rehabilitation Centre right now.

By now, likely everyone has been impacted by COVID-19 in some way or form. This is why we are asking you to join us in gathering as a community to help those in need.

Join us via a live in-home workout via zoom once a week to help buy specialized equipment to keep these patients active during this difficult time. Our support and knowing we are thinking of them and trying to help will brighten each patient’s day. The equipment we will be able to purchase with your generous donations will be the cherry on top!

We are teaming up with SWAT Health to bring workouts straight to your living room and raise money for specialized fitness equipment that will help Lyndhurst patients be as active as possible.

Ways to help:

- Join by registering today

- or, leave a donation above

How to join the workouts:

Step 1:

Register for a 45 minute full body workout by clicking the register button above and buy either an individual or corporate package ticket.

Step 2:

Receive a confirmation with event details and instructions how to join via zoom

Step 3:

Download the zoom app on your laptop, tablet or phone (Windows, Apple, Android)

Step 4:

Show up at the specific date/time and fill in the meeting code you have received

Step 5:

One of SWAT Health instructors will guide you through your workout!

Sweat, enjoy and do well, all at the same time!

What do you need?

- A laptop/tablet/phone connected to the internet.

- Bring a towel

- Grab some water

- Put on some active wear

- A yoga mat would be nice but is not a necessary

- Bring some positive energy!

Posted by Robin van den Oever