PHOTO: The RBR Principal’s WOD team consisting of Principal Risa Clay (center), (left to right) Christina Emrich, Renee Koblan and Whitney Breckenridge invite you to get fit, beginning with their Work Out of the Day on June 11th at RBR to benefit the SOURCE. Each participant or team will cycle through four timed-heat workout circuits conducted by Evolve Training of Tinton Fallson the RBR Lacrosse field. Early bird signup applies. For more information contact skeller@rbrhs.org.

LITTLE SILVER, NJ - Principal Risa Clay of Red Bank Regional High School (RBR), challenges her school and her entire community to get fit with her. Jumpstarting that resolution, RBR will host a WOD—Workout of the Day on Saturday, June 11. Evolve Training of Tinton Fallswill orchestrate the workout which will take place throughout the day on the RBR Lacrosse field. Participants need to register at 9:30 am.

The timed workouts will be staged in four rounds of a workout circuit which will consist of jump-roping, burpees, broad jumps, rowing, and tire flips, among other events. Entrants may compete individually or in teams. All fitness levels are welcome. There is an early sign-up fee of $25 for adults and $10 for students through PayPal at http://www.rbrhs.org/Page 1425. Tickets are also available at the door for $35 (adults) and $15 (students). All proceeds will benefit the RBR SOURCE. Contact skeller@rbrhs.org or call 732-842-8000, ext 1-236 for more information.

The Source services are FREE of charge to the community and include; mental health counseling, academic support, preventative medical, dental and eye care, recreational and cultural events, scholarship opportunities and summer programming for incoming freshman. The Source is funded by the Department of Children and Families, Division of Prevention and Community Partnerships, The Red Bank Board of Education and the Source Foundation, a non-profit 501 © 3 organization.