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Rally HealthFest in NY 2017

There were free workouts, healthy snacks, and water balloons to keep things cool.

May 25, 2017

“Rally with … Kevin!”

“Rally with ... Kevin!”

That’s what people were chanting at the Rally® HealthFest in New York City right before our Health Ambassador Kevin Hart took the stage.

“I wouldn’t have come out if y’all didn’t do that,” joked Hart. “I would’ve refused to come out.”

Small chance of that. This was a high energy day from start to finish, attracting a huge crowd that enjoyed an amazing day of health, fitness, and fun at Nelson A. Rockefeller Park in lower Manhattan.

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The first people to show up received a free t-shirt, and those went quickly. But everyone got a chance to have a great time, whether it was getting a free massage, creating a flipbook in a photo booth, or picking up a water bottle infused with fresh strawberries and mint.

Another big draw was the chance to work out with some of the top names in the business, starting with Hart and his personal trainer Ron “Boss” Everline, and fitness star Robin Arzon. Plus there were Zumba and Boot Camp classes from Asphalt Green, spin classes, and a Kids’ Zone complete with an obstacle course.

And let’s not forget the water balloons. Hart somehow managed to stay mostly dry while tossing a bunch of them into the crowd, which provided some sweet relief on a hot summer day.

“We want you to understand how to take care of yourself, how to give yourself the best chance to live as long as possible and be around for those who love you the most,” said Hart as he encouraged the crowd to take advantage of all the activities. And that’s truly what the Rally HealthFest is all about.

See the photos below for more on the Rally NYC HealthFest.

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