Kor Fitness gets down and dirty for a great cause

| 17 May 2012 | 02:28

SCRANTON, PA — Kor Fitness is all about getting and staying into shape. But on May 5, members of Kor Fitness left the gym and participated in The Dirty Girl Mud Run in Scranton, Pa., to benefit the National Breast Cancer Foundation.

Over 8,000 women of all ages showed up to get dirty in Scranton, including the 15 from Kor Fitness aptly named Hard Kor. The team consisted of women from 14 through 51 years old. The course consisted of a water pit,hanging tires, hay bale climb, tire weave, tire high step, a wall climb, tunnel crawl, a cargo net, the mud hill, a fence jump and finally the mud crawl. The women had fun all for a great cause.

"We ran our way through 11 obstacles, got very muddy and had a great time doing it," said Lisa Lyons, co-owner of Kor Fitness.

Team members included: Lisa Lyons and Deb Healy (Kor Fitness co-owners), Laura Santonacita, Leslie Anderson, Lisa Azoulay, Kelli Damelio, Natalie Freemyer, Stephanie Geis, Heidi Heinz, Jessica Latorra-Spagnuolo, Lori Marini, Maribeth Romaine, Cathy Sekelsky, Sara Sekelsky and Maggie Vitale.

For more information on future Dirty girl Mud Run, go to godirtygirl.com. For more information on Kor Fitness, go to korfitness.net.