HH Fitness and United Way of Hays County Partner to Promote Health and Wellness Throughout the Community

Local San Marcos Fitness Boot Camp had 18 super heroes step up for the Release Your Inner Super Hero Boot Camp event.  They blasted through squat thrusts, push-ups, inchworms, and mountain climbers to name a few exercises. Overall, it was a huge success as the group raised awareness and financial contributions for the United Way of Hays County.  Check out this photo following the great workout at Diaz Martial Arts!

The Release your Inner Super Hero Boot Camps was a collaborative effort between the United Way of Hays County and HH Fitness to raise awareness for the efforts put forth by the United Way. In return for a $20 donation brought in by participants, HH Fitness provided a workout at Diaz Martial Arts. All contributions were collected at the door with 100% of a participant’s donation going to the United Way of Hays County.



Pictured (L to R) – Top Row: Jennifer Abshire, Priscilla Delgado, Maxine Schaffer, Dale Shively, Rebecca Shively, Captain Live United, Diane Gregerson, Luara, Daniels, Nick Aluotto, Bill Pogue, and Bill Henry.  Bottom Row: Cory Thornton, Michelle Harper, Daniel Guerrero, Pam Dever, Heath Herrera, Wendy Shanks, Kim Herring, and Shelley Henry; not pictured: Michelle Lenderman





“Amazing super hero workout this morning,” said Priscilla Delgado, a super boot camp participant.

HH Fitness Founder, Heath Herrera, M.Ed., CSCS, YFS1 is a firm believer in giving back to the San Marcos community. Herrera claims “I am honored and humbled to be able to assist great organization like the United Way of Hays County.”  Herrera goes on further stating “It is great to be part of a community that has individuals willing to sacrifice their Saturday morning for such a great cause.”

United Way of Hays County is a non-profit organization whose mission is to improve lives of Hays County citizens by mobilizing the caring power of the community in the areas of Education, Income and Health. UWHC partners with other non-profit agencies that provide programs and services throughout Hays County in these areas.  United Way strives to raise dollars and awareness for these programs and services through its annual fundraising campaign.

“United Way of Hays County is pleased to partner with HH Fitness to raise funds for our 15 partner agencies while also promoting health and wellness throughout the community,” said Michelle Harper, Executive Director of United Way of Hays County and avid boot camp participant.  Harper stated after the event, “Nothing like an early morning workout with a best friend and a superhero to get your day started!”

Pictured (L to R) – Michelle Harper, Captain Live United, and Cory Thornton


HH Fitness believes everyone should find a way to take time out of their day for exercise.  Herrera says. “We will do everything in our power to make sure we continue to assist as many local agencies in their efforts to raise funds for their causes through our fund raising boot camps.”  You can continue to make a contribution by purchasing a shirt for $5 with all this money going to the United Way of Hays County.

HH Fitness Boot Camps currently has programs at Diaz Martial Arts and Central Texas Medical Center in San Marcos. HH Fitness, a proud member of the Fitness Revolution nation, offers a free 2-week trial to all newcomers. To learn more information about HH Fitness visit www.HHFitness.com or contact Heath via email at HeathHerrera@HHFitness.com or call 512.787.2219.  For more information regarding the United Way of Hays County call Michelle Harper at 512.353.1420 or visit www.unitedwayhaysco.org.

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