Ryan Hurst has lived in Japan for 17 years. Andy Fossett, his business partner, has lived there 7 years.
Both have Japanese wives and families.
Ryan and Andy are also a top level fitness coaches. They are leaders of a group called Gold Medal Bodies.
They are stand-up guys and I personally vouch for their integrity.
Because of their close ties to Japan, Ryan and Andy wanted to do something to help out the victims of the March 11 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami.
Through Gold Medal Bodies they have organized a package by 12 fitness coaches and experts.
Brandon Jones (boxing coach), Bud Jeffries (grip master), Shane Heins (clubbell expert), and Gabrielle Reece (volleyball pro) are among the contributors.
Ryan himself contributed the Rings Body Blaster Challenge Circuit.
These 12 experts are donating their products to help the Japanese people.
100% of the funds raised through purchases goes to:
Direct Relief International
To assist with the immediate survival needs of people in Sendai and Fukushima.
Architecture for Humanity
To begin rebuilding community centers, schools, and homes in Miyagi Prefecture.
There is one catch.
The offer is only up through Wednesday, April 13 at midnight.
Go to Pump up Japan to contribute.
On that same page you can check out the bundle of fitness products you’ll get just for donating.
100% of the proceeds go to help the people hurt by the earthquake.