LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - Club NewTone hosted "Pump For Pink" workout class Monday evening.
The hour long body pump class is designed to raise money for the Susan G. Komen for the Cure. This was the fourth year for the annual event.
The group has raised more than $3,500 in the last three years.
Pump For Pink was free of charge to both members and non-members of the club. Fitness instructor Tara Seaburg said it's always exciting to see all the pink.
"The beginning warm-up because you get to see the excitement on everybody's faces, and the room is just flooded with pink people and the energy is out of this world. Everybody is united together to do something for other people, and it's just a feeling you can't beat," said Seaburg.
Roughly 30 people attended Monday's class. Organizers said if you couldn't make it, you can still donate anytime by visiting Club NewTone.
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