ROCK THE ROW, Benefiting Stroke & Cardiac Patients
JOIN US as we bring US Rowing’s National Learn to Row Day to Teton Village and celebrate the sport if rowing, educate, have plenty of fun, give away prizes and support local stroke and cardiac patients through the St. John's Hospital Foundation.
WHEN Saturday, June 4th, 2016
10:00-10:45am >>Take an Indo-Row® class (reserve online, $50 minimum)
11:00am-11:45am >> Take an Indo-Row® class (reserve online, $50 minimum)
11:45am-12:30pm >> Mini "Learn to Row" clinics + 500 Meter Row (complimentary)
12:30-12:45pm >> Top Finishers Final 500 Meter Row (complimentary)
WHERE Rock the Row will take place in the Teton Village Commons at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Should the weather work against us, the event will take place at Revolution Indoor Cycling.
WHO Rowing is for most everyone! All fitness levels are encouraged to participate from ages 14 on up. No experience necessary to take Indo-Row® or participate in the 500 meter row. Everyone who participates in any part of the event or donates to the cause will help make a difference!
WHAT If you’ve ever been interested in learning how to correctly row using a rowing machine, get some tips or hone your skill, this is your chance! Proper technique helps avoid injuries, be more efficient and enjoy the rower so much more. When done correctly, this amazing sport works nine major muscle groups and 84% of your muscle mass with no impact + torch a ton of calories. Sign up for an Indo-Row® class, join us for a complimentary "Learn to Row" clinic or jump on for a 500 meter row for a chance to win prizes. Join our experienced, certified Indo-Row® coaches at this special event and learn the importance of order, power and timing plus debunk any myths and help you fall in love with rowing!
Myth: Rowing is bad for your back.
Myth: Rowing is all upper body.
Myth: The higher the stroke rate, the better the workout.
INDO-ROW® Cross-training at it's best! Indo-Row® is broken up into endurance “waves” of work with regular recovery and core work. Get a power-packed, total-body challenge in 45-minutes filled with team work to focus the mind and push your fitness level in an exhilarating race that leaves you breathless! Dubbed the “Perfect Calorie Burn”, Indo-Row® is easy to learn and perfect for any fitness level.
500 METER ROW Meet us in the Teton Village Commons between 11:45am-12:30pm and push through a quick 500 meters of adrenalin makes this the ultimate rush. Everyone who participates receives a free raffle ticket for the 10-Day Ski Pass at JHMR and the top finishers advance to a final heat at 12:30pm. Top tier male and female winners will receive and extra raffle ticket and prizes galore. Prizes will be handed out for all levels, and in some cases, just for trying...so don't be afraid to go for it!
PRIZES will be awarded throughout the event. Raffle tickets can be purchased at Revolution leading up to, or at the event for a chance to win a 10-Day Ski Pass at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.
DONATE All proceeds from this event will go to St. Johns Hospital Foundation for a specific fund created for local stroke and cardiac patients. There are several ways to support this great cause.
1. Purchase Raffle Tickets to Win a 10-Day Ski Pass at JHMR for 2016/17 at the studio or the day of the event. Get one ticket for $5 or 5 for $25.
2. Participate in a scheduled Indo-Row® class 6/4/16. Purchase a $50 ROCK THE RIDE pass online and reserve under the "EVENTS" tab on MindBody or if you would like to donate additional funds or choose to pay the day of the event via cash/check/cc, reserve your space at no cost and pay that day. Mini-clinics and the 500 meter row are free to participate in, but donations in any amount are welcome. Every dollar counts.
3. Donations in any amount can be sent to:
St. John's Hospital Foundation
Rock the Row
PO Box 428
Jackson, WY 83001
Checks can be made out to St. John's Hospital Foundation with Rock the Row in the memo. Donations can also be made by calling Rachel Merrell direct line at 307.739.7517
WHY In 2006, Julie Guttormson had lived in Jackson barely a year when she suffered a stroke from a blood clot in the brain. She had been a vibrant, active 31-year-old that soaked in everything her new home offered. Skiing, running, and cycling were the go-to activities as she enjoyed her career in hospitality sales and teaching fitness classes that she discovered a love for at just 17. Learning she had experienced a stroke was a shock, but Julie knew she was extremely lucky to walk away healthy and with no side effects. To say the year that followed was “life changing” was an understatement. Julie turned her passion for sharing fitness into a career and crossed numerous finish lines, including Ironman Coeur d’Alene.
With the support of her husband and two small children, Julie opened the doors of Revolution Indoor Cycling in March, 2012. This year not only marks Revolution’s 4th anniversary, but 10 years since her stroke. As a young professional, Julie experienced first-hand the cost incurred from suffering a serious health complication in Jackson, requiring a transfer to Salt Lake City. From this experience, Revolution Indoor Cycling and St. John’s Hospital Foundation have teamed up to create "Rock The Ride", an event to help local stroke and cardiac patients in financial need, plus aid in prevention.
Revolution Indoor Cycling prides itself on offering classes for the masses, an opportunity for all ages and fitness levels to thrive. It is with this same principle "Rock The Ride" and now "Rock the Row" were born. Stroke and cardiac issues can happen at any age. Through joining us June 4th, sponsorship and simple donation, your support will help patients blindsided by the cost of this experience and potential recovery. And to thrive.
Please contact us with questions:
Julie Guttormson, Revolution Indoor Cycling, email@example.com