31st March. One day. 8 classes.
Are you ready for your ultimate challenge?!
We know that this might seem overwhelming, so we have asked previous Mission Impossible survivors for their top tips on how to get through the day in one piece!
Don't forget that the main aim of the mission is to raise as much money as possible for our amazing charity; BTG, so please share the fundraising link far and wide.
Find out more about them here: https://www.btg-mindmatters.org/
Donate here: https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/jwccharity
Keep the donation link close at hand, possibly saved in your phone notes. This way when the opportunity arises you can quickly forward this on to friends, family and colleagues.
Share BTG's story along with your challenge across social media
Keep in mind that posts will always reach more people if they're accompanied by photo or video.
Message/email your contacts asking for support. Explain what you're doing, why you're doing it and why it's so important. When we're straight up, honest and to the point people do not mind being asked.
Consider asking for donations instead of a birthday card/gift.
Don't be afraid to take cash. We'll have a donations bucket on the day - any cash donations can be added to this.
Finally, invite friends and family along on the day. We'll have a cake sale and raffle on from around 4pm.
ON THE DAY
Gradually increase the number of sessions you complete to build your stamina for the day. On training days add in some 'cross training' for example: go for a run, complete a home workout or get on your bike!
Plan a full day of rest before Mission Impossible. Fuel up well in the 24-hours pre-event focusing on carbohydrate rich foods
Consider booking a post-event massage
We challenge you to collect £250 worth of donations to enable us to hit our target. Share our donation link on Facebook and email your colleagues at work to help us raise as much as possible
Be Prepared for plenty of showers and outfit changes throughout the day
Pace yourself - you don't want to give everything you have at 6am and not be able to make it through to 7pm
Expect to feel exhausted between sessions and use this time to relax and refuel. You will soon get back into it when you get warmed up again
Leave the big meals for afterwards - focus on lighter card-focused meals and snacks to give you a slow release of energy without weighing you down