Win A Prize Pack For A Central Park Workout With SELF Magazine

For 19 years and counting, SELF Magazine has been hosting Work Out In The Park to get our lazy winter bums moving again. With classes from Crunch gym (including Fly Girls and Hippie Yoga), as well as fashion consultants on site, nutrition tips, and tons of free stuff, this event seems more like a lifestyle extravaganza than a workout. And, with the purchase of a ticket, you automatically get a one year subscription to SELF. The best news? You may not have to purchase a ticket at all —SELF is also offering two amazing prize packs, worth $300, which include, a gift card from Reebok for a pair of custom shoes, a pair of tickets to Workout In The Park, a Workout In The Park water bottle, and customized Workout In The Park earbuds. To win, just do what you do best and write a comments below. Let us know what keeps you motivated and you could be running along with the best of them.
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When: Saturday, May 12, from 11 a.m to 3 p.m., rain or shine.
Where: SELF Magazine's Workout In The Park, Rumsey Playfield, Central Park, Central Park West (at West 68th Street); purchase tickets here.
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Winner will be posted in the comments by the end of day tomorrow.
Photo: Courtesy of Skirt Public Relations
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