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Tidy Kiwi Run Wrap-up

The Tidy Kiwi Run has come to and end. Hope you’ve recovered well from the run. The event took place successfully! But the results were less than desired. Participation was lower than I was aiming for, a lot lower. Still… money was earnt for Keep NZ Beautiful. The donations earnt from entries will soon be passed […]

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Running Obstacles to Fundraise for Cure Kids

Movement Unleashed team member Max Bell is challenging himself to run in an obstacle race for charity. If you’d like to find out more about obstacle racing, or like to offer support, please find the details below.   Tough Guy and Gal season is starting in New Zealand for 2016, and I’ve joined the Golden […]

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6 Ways to Raise Funds Locally Using Parkour

Use your parkour practice to help others – whether you want to raise funds for your charity or community group, or raise funds to cover costs of attending the next big parkour gathering, check out this advice over at the Obstacle Method blog on 6 ways to raise funds locally using parkour. Read the source […]

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News: Commited to supporting others

Even through Movement Unleashed is a small business, helping others is something we want to act on despite our size. To further this, we’ve added a page to the website highlighting our support for charities. Our aim is to build ‘yamakasi’, a word meaning “strong body, strong spirit, strong person” (read the about page for the full meaning of […]

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Thank You (The Walk: The Last Update)

The Walk is our mission to walk the entire length of New Zealand. Starting at the bottom of the South Island in Bluff and finishing at the top of the North Island in Cape Reinga, the walk will take 4-5 months and cover roughly 3,000 kilometers. Walking 8 hours each day, 6 days a week, less than 100 […]

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Evacuated to hospital!! (The Walk: Update 7)

The Walk is our mission to walk the entire length of New Zealand. Starting at the bottom of the South Island in Bluff and finishing at the top of the North Island in Cape Reinga, the walk will take 4-5 months and cover roughly 3,000 kilometers. Walking 8 hours each day, 6 days a week, less than 100 […]

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Boardwalks! Actual boardwalks! (The Walk: Update 6)

The Walk is our mission to walk the entire length of New Zealand. Starting at the bottom of the South Island in Bluff and finishing at the top of the North Island in Cape Reinga, the walk will take 4-5 months and cover roughly 3,000 kilometers. Walking 8 hours each day, 6 days a week, less than 100 […]

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Random acts of kindness (The Walk: Update 5)

The Walk is our mission to walk the entire length of New Zealand. Starting at the bottom of the South Island in Bluff and finishing at the top of the North Island in Cape Reinga, the walk will take 4-5 months and cover roughly 3,000 kilometers. Walking 8 hours each day, 6 days a week, less than 100 […]

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Injury strikes! (The Walk: Update 4)

The Walk is our mission to walk the entire length of New Zealand. Starting at the bottom of the South Island in Bluff and finishing at the top of the North Island in Cape Reinga, the walk will take 4-5 months and cover roughly 3,000 kilometers. Walking 8 hours each day, 6 days a week, less than 100 […]

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In pursuit of… Janine? (The Walk: Update 3)

The Walk is our mission to walk the entire length of New Zealand. Starting at the bottom of the South Island in Bluff and finishing at the top of the North Island in Cape Reinga, the walk will take 4-5 months and cover roughly 3,000 kilometers. Walking 8 hours each day, 6 days a week, less than 100 […]

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New Class: Circuit Classes for Charity

Every Tuesday Rowan will be running Circuit Classes in Wellington. But these are for Charity. The thing is, if more than 13 people attend then the extra proceeds will go to charity. So you can get fit, and do it for a good cause – it’s a pretty good deal! Every time money is donated to […]

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