Get Ready to Sweat: Salute to Service Workout at the Warhawk Air Museum

Before heading to the Boise Music Festival, why not kick off your weekend with an invigorating workout for a great cause? Mark your calendars for June 22nd, when the Warhawk Air Museum in Nampa will host its Salute to Service Workout from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. It's an event you won't want to miss.

The Salute to Service Workout is more than just exercise. It's a military-style physical and mental challenge designed to make you sweat, laugh, and push your limits. Led by former Marine Corps Captain Anna Woodring, this unique workout features several stations of body weight exercises like an ammo can carries and even a Humvee push. Don't worry about your fitness level; the workout is fully scalable and perfect for everyone, whether you're a seasoned athlete or just looking to try something new, and it's a partner workout. 

What's even better? All proceeds from the event go toward the construction of the Warhawk's Global War on Terror Museum expansion.

This new section will educate future generations about the service and sacrifice of our post-9/11 veterans. Supporting this cause ensures that their stories and contributions are honored and remembered.

For just $10, you get to participate in this awesome workout and snag a free T-shirt (available on a first-come, first-served basis). That's a small price to pay for an unforgettable morning of camaraderie, fitness, and community support.

Join Mission43, The Idaho Outdoor Fieldhouse, and other community members at the Warhawk Air Museum on June 22nd.

For more details and to secure your spot, visit the event page on the Warhawk Air Museum's website.

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