Raptors' superfan launches new virtual fitness campaign
Just when you thought you couldn't like Toronto Raptors' superfan Nav Bhatia more.
The self-proclaimed "Raptorizer" announced he is partnering with ZERV, a Toronto-based start-up focused on personal care services, to help Canadians stay healthy and active during the lockdown.
The campaign, dubbed “Home Run," will provide a variety of free classes at different skill levels, including yoga, conditioning, zumba, kickboxing, and even activities for toddlers.
These classes will be held virtually through Zoom, so participants can take part safely from the comfort of their homes.
“My mission in life is to bring people together. I am so proud to be partnering with ZERV to bring free virtual fitness classes to your home; what a great way to spend time with family and get healthier," Bhatia said in a news release.
"I will be personally Co-leading classes as I begin my journey towards a healthier lifestyle. C’mon Canada, I will see you online and ready to get moving together!” he continued.
Additionally, Home Run is also intended to help support those in the fitness industry, who are struggling due to the recent closures.
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