HH Fitness Boot Camps presents Child Abuse Prevention and Awareness Boot Camp benefiting CASA of Central Texas


HH Fitness, a proud member of the Fitness Revolution nation, is gearing up for their Child Abuse Prevention and Awareness Boot Camp. This event will benefit Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Central Texas to bring awareness about child abuse. Participants are asked to wear blue shirts to show support for the prevention of child abuse. The event is open to the general public and has a minimum cost of $20 per attendee with all of the proceeds going to CASA of Central Texas.


This event creates an environment unlike any other fitness program in the San Marcos area. “Being consistent with your workouts is not easy,” says Heath Herrera, Owner HH Fitness Boot Camps. “We created this event to assist with CASA’s efforts to bring awareness and prevent child abuse in Caldwell, Comal, Guadalupe, and Hays counties.” To create a memorable experience for the participants, the workout is set to the A.B.S. interval training music soundtracks powered by Workout Muse.

Music is an integral part of HH Fitness Boot Camps because all workouts are performed while listening to soundtracks that provide fat-melting interval training instructions and countdowns that tell campers exactly what to do. This allows the instructor to focus on coaching proper form and technique rather than looking at the clock.

CASA of Central Texas Executive Director Norma Castilla-Blackwell said it is events like these that highlight the need for the community to get involved in the fight against child abuse. “We greatly appreciate HH Fitness for using their forum as a way to educate the community that child abuse is happening right here in our backyard,” she said. “We need more people to take a stand against child abuse and let people know that there are ways to get involved.”

The day of this special boot camp is the last day of Child Abuse Prevention and Awareness Month. We are asking all participants to not forget to “go blue” by wearing a blue shirt to the workout to show your support. Don’t let April be the only month you take efforts to make a difference in the life of a child.  For more information about CASA or to become a CASA volunteer, visit www.casacentex.org, or call (512) 392-3578 or (830) 626-2272.  What are you going to do beyond this month or even this workout to be the difference maker?

The Child Abuse Prevention and Awareness Boot Camp will be held on Saturday, April 30th at 8:30 am at Diaz Martial Arts (170 S. LBJ Dr., San Marcos, TX). For more information on this event, please go to www.HHFitness.com and click on the “CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION” tab in the main navigation menu. HH Fitness can also be reached via email at HeathHerrera@HHFitness.com and via phone at 512-787-2219.

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