10-17-2008 08:02 PM CET - Health & Medicine
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BOOT CAMP, Round 2: The "Bay Bay Way" Is Back On Track

Press release from: Bay Bay's Kids & All Sports Foundation



SAN ANTONIO – After an unexpected rain delay, the game is on again, as Bay Bay's Kids & All Sports Foundation has reteamed with H-E-B for BOOT CAMP: THE FITNESS CHALLENGE and the H-E-B Health and Fitness Fair.

The event, originally announced for September 13, was postponed as Hurricane Ike approached Texas, and has been rescheduled for Saturday, November 1, from 8AM to 12 noon, at the Don Strange Ranch (103 Waring Welfare Rd., Boerne, TX 78006 – Exit 533).

“Of course, we were disappointed when we had to postpone the event, but we had to take the necessary precautions to ensure everyone’s safety. It’s hard to believe the devastation and the destruction that occurred along the Gulf Coast in such a short period of time, our hearts go out to all those people as they struggle to put their lives back in order,” says a concerned Bremond “Bay Bay” McClinton (aka “The Punisher”), founder of Bay Bay’s Kids & All Sports Foundation. “So now that the teams have had some extra time to get ready, it’s go time! If they thought they were in for a challenge before, they ain’t seen anything yet!”

For BOOT CAMP, teams will compete in a series of events designed to test their strength, endurance, and fitness; participants will include representatives of area gyms, the San Antonio Police Department, and H-E-B. McClinton will serve as a celebrity coach and color commentator at the event, along with Drill Sgt. Harvey Walden, IV [Ret.], star of VH-1’s hit reality series "Celebrity Fit Club".

Walden will also be the keynote speaker for the H-E-B Health and Fitness Fair (also rescheduled from September 13) that will take place that same day, from 1PM TO 5PM, at H-E-B plus! (6818 S. Zarzamora, San Antonio, TX 78224); the event will feature healthy snacks, an inflatable obstacle course and bungee run for the kids, and performances by dancers and fitness professionals. A free shuttle service, with buses leaving at 7:15AM, will be available to transport attendees between H-E-B plus! and Don Strange Ranch, giving everyone a chance to attend both events and still save on gas.

“We hope to see everyone at both events,” McClinton says. “It’s going to be a lot of fun, and don’t forget that we’re right between the Halloween candy and Thanksgiving turkey, so it’s the perfect time to learn how to face all that food and still make healthy choices.”

For more information on BOOT CAMP: THE FITNESS CHALLENGE, please visit www.allsportfitness.net or www.myspace.com/baybayskids or by calling (210) 778-5170.

MORE FACTS:

• Bay Bay's Kids & All Sports Foundation was founded in 2007 by Bremond “Bay Bay” McClinton (aka “The Punisher”), a former professional football player, a fitness trainer (for such athletes as NFL star Priest Holmes and the San Antonio Spurs), and the President of All Sports Speed and Conditioning, LLC.

• Bay Bay's Kids & All Sports is dedicated to improving the health and fitness of young people and their families, by providing sports camps and clinics, with scholarships, for area youth; refurbishing and providing athletic equipment for area middle and high schools; providing funding for college scholarships for inner-city students; and providing nutrition and weight-loss programs for parents and children.

• Harvey Walden IV’S book, "Harvey Walden’s No Excuses! Fitness Workout", has been on the “Top 40 List of Exercise and Fitness Books” at Amazon.com since its hardcopy release in September of 2007.

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
Nikki Young or Lee Hurtado
PrimaDonna Productions, Inc.
8603 Crownhill Blvd., Suite 30
San Antonio, TX 78209
210.822.3552
press@primadonnaproductions.com

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