Our team loves to travel. The Barbells for Boobs community is spread all over the world, and we love to visit, especially in October.
We are excited to announce that Zionna Hanson has made the decision to step down as CEO of Barbells for Boobs. Over the past ten years, Zionna has been a passionate proponent of proactively managing health through fitness. She has had an incredible impact on many, and will be missed.
We had an incredible time at Wodapalooza, and we have to share some of the impact that YOU made possible
We can’t believe October is almost over! During the month, we’ve been out on the road talking about our mission, mobilizing our community to take action, and expanding the reach of our Right To Know (RTK) and Resources After Diagnosis (RAD) programs.
Keeping our bodies healthy while we travel is super important to us. We want to make sure we’re in shape to give hugs, high fives, and do workouts with our friends.
We’re halfway through the month of October already! During this month, we’re out the road talking about our mission, mobilizing our community to take action, and expanding the reach of our Right To Know (RTK) and Resources After Diagnosis (RAD) programs.
If you’ve ever been on a road trip (or any vacation for that matter), you know it can be hard to stay on track with your diet while you’re traveling. Fast food, gas station snacks, and diners have great tasting snacks but not many healthy options.
We’ve been out in the wild for one week now, connecting with you and learning about why you fundraise and helping you raise even more!
We know getting your zzz’s can be challenging. It’s especially difficult when you have 4 people on a bus, and you’ve driven 30+ hours in 3 days.
The October #OpenRoadTour is almost here! We’re hitting the road September 29th and traveling across the nation during the month of October.
Did you know that 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime?
Did you know our Resources After Diagnosis (RAD) program has a private Facebook group for individuals with breast cancer and co-survivors who are interested in fitness?
When something foreign enters your body, you stub your toe, or cut your skin, your immune system jumps into action to protect you.
It could be your mom, your sister, your aunt, your cousin or you. About 7% of women with breast cancer are diagnosed before they turn 40.
This was our 9th year attending the Games and it was the best one yet. We got to shake hands and give hugs to the affiliate owners, fundraisers, donors, and partners who help bring our mission to life.
Jen is a wife, mother of 3, preschool teacher, former Radio City Rockette, and a survivor of breast cancer. We were thrilled to give her the gift of fitness through our Dx to Rx scholarship through our Resources After Diagnosis (RAD) program.
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