LOS ANGELES, Oct. 11, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- This October, fit women will love the chance to buy stylish workout and yoga gear and give back at the same time, simply by purchasing fitness products. ProSource, maker of fitness equipment, is joining the fight against breast cancer by donating 5% of sales from all pink products this October to The Breast Cancer Charities of America (BCCA). Visit http://bit.ly/pinkfit to learn more and make a purchase that will have an impact!
Eligible merchandise is marked by a pink breast cancer ribbon and includes yoga mats and blocks, dumbbells, foam rollers, kettlebells, jump ropes and more.
ProSource chose to partner with BCCA (www.igopink.org) because the company strives to inspire active, healthy lifestyles with their products, and knows that a physically active lifestyle is a key factor in preventing breast cancer. BCCA exists to eliminate breast cancer by focusing on educating, empowering and encouraging all women to become proactive in preventing breast cancer and, if diagnosed, in surviving breast cancer.
"We were inspired by athletes like Jen Hanks, who said on her blog, athletefightscancer.blogspot.com, 'Hopefully my story will help dispel the myth that women should sleep and rest through cancer treatment…there is solid research showing that exercise not only helps you tolerate treatment better but also reduces risk of recurrence. And for folks not undergoing cancer treatment, maybe my story will motivate a few to get out and exercise!'"
This fighting attitude to beat breast cancer and stay active takes amazing strength and resilience, qualities ProSource wants to share and promote among women.
ProSource makes high performance products for cross-training and resistance workouts, yoga and Pilates, and muscle therapy. We exist to inspire active, healthy lifestyles with products that make fitness attainable and enjoyable for everyone.
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