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XTREME CYCLE: #WCW Fitness Fundraiser Launch

PRETTY GIRLS SWEAT teamed with Total Fitness Revolution and Aquafina on Wednesday, January 11th, 2017 to launch a #WCW Fitness Fundraiser series to raise money and awareness for childhood obesity. 40 Atlanta tastemakers and female executives, including music industry veteran Phillana Williams, model/athlete Christina “Ms. Basketball” Granville, and Heat Xtreme trainer Lauren Smith joined the #SweatSisterhood to GET FIT + GIVE BACK by participating in a high-energy Xtreme Cycle class where hip-hop hits served as the soundtrack for the fun sweat show. Proceeds from this series, which will take place every first Wednesday of select months in 2017, will benefit SWEAT MAKES CENTS and the Total Fitness Revolution Foundation’s fitness programs for disadvantaged youth.

PGS reporter Elon Graves greeted guests with a warm smile and a super soft PRETTY GIRLS SWEAT tank. 

Cast members of BET’S new show “The Quad” (Erica MichelleJazz RaycoleMichelle DeFraites, and Zoe Renee) were eager to participate in the music video charity ride, led by Derry “Silverfox” Stapleton and Total Fitness Revolution co-owner Lauren Powers.

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To support our mission to encourage teen girls to make their health a priority and to fund free fitness events for teens, purchase apparel in our online shop (HERE), make a donation at sweatmakescents.org, or email us at hi@prettygirlssweat.com to partner with us, become a mentor, or volunteer.

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