Becky Lynch Teams With Special Olympics For Fitness Video Series

LISBON , PORTUGAL – 7 November 2019; Becky Lynch, WWE Superstar, WWE, on Centre Stage during the final day of Web Summit 2019 at the Altice Arena in Lisbon, Portugal. (Photo By Harry Murphy/Sportsfile for Web Summit via Getty Images)

Even in times of crisis, The Man is finding time to give back. The current RAW Women’s Champion has teamed up with the Special Olympics for a series of free fitness videos called the School of Strength. Targeted towards Special Olympics athletes, the campaign features four videos “with varying levels of difficulty in flexibility, strength, balance and endurance exercises encouraging athletes to commit to a lifetime of fitness habits.”

“The goal is for everyone, no matter your fitness level, to benefit from these videos,” said WWE Superstar Becky Lynch.  “It’s important to me to join this campaign and support those who are breaking barriers for inclusion.”

The series features Lynch performing exercises alongside six Special Olympics athletes. They’re available free of charge on the organization’s website, perfect for anyone cooped up at home for the next few weeks and/or months. As Special Olympics Chief Health Officer Dr. Alicia Bazzano shared: “The School of Strength campaign is a fantastic asset that encourages our athletes to not only stretch their fitness goals, but stay committed to their health journeys during these tough times.”

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