Biceps were bulging on Saturday as jocks set aside their adult beverages and took to the floor of Woofs to do pushups for a cause.
It was fun competition among teams to raise funds for Pets Are Loving Support, the non-profit that helps disabled and critically-ill people care for their four-legged loved ones. Teams from Gravity Fitness, Lion’s Den Fitness, DFB Fitness, Thom Austin Fitness and Thomas Thien Le took part.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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