To My Family, Friends and Business Partners:

Supporting my community has always been very important to me. I find it equally important to provide health and fitness education to those in our community, and to practice what I preach. I have found a very important organization to support in our community:
9472c26d-15c8-4ccb-ad08-fbdb919aa1fb_profileRelentless Detroit. This organization supports children and their families who are going through cancer treatment or treatment for other potentially fatal illnesses. These families are in desperate need of financial and spiritual support to get through and beat these illnesses, and I, along with my company, Total Health Systems, have decided to help.

Many of you know one of my passions is powerlifting. Relentless Detroit raises the majority of their funds for the year via one largejack_blk_reclined powerlifting event on Nov 6-7 in Detroit. Last year they raised nearly $250,000 for their sponsored families. I have been invited to lift in this event. It is a great honor. As part of my participation, I am fundraising to support Relentless families in need.
Click here to go to my fundraising page. I am directly asking you for support in this cause. To encourage you to support me, Total health Systems has decided that every donor to my fundraising page will be entered in a raffle to win a Brand new Human Touch automated massage chair 7.1 (a $2099.00 value)! If supporting families in need is not enough, I hope this will provide some added motivation!

We will be posting information on the families we will support over the next few months leading up to the event along with training updates and videos via our (Total Health Systems) website blogs and business and personal Facebook posts. I encourage you to follow along, along with liking the Relentless Detroit Facebook page.

Please consider supporting this cause financially and by attending the family friendly event Nov 6-7th. At Kirby Church in Flat Rock Michigan. Thank you in advance for all that you do and pay attention to future post about the event and our families in need.

-Aaron Lundgaard, DC, CSCS