Actor and comedian Kevin Hart, television personality Maria Menounos, Los Angeles Chargers running back Melvin Gordon, and digital health company Rally HealthSM will host a free outdoor event, Rally® HealthFest, in Justin Herman Plaza in the Financial District of San Francisco on Saturday, March 25. Hart, Gordon, and Menounos will team up to show Bay Area residents how fun and easy it is to lead a healthy lifestyle.
The San Francisco Rally HealthFest will feature fitness activities such as yoga and boot camps, cycling classes and an interactive kids’ zone. Gordon will lead football drills, and Ron “Boss” Everline, Kevin Hart’s personal trainer, will take attendees through group workouts. Additional offerings will include a photo booth, brain games, massages, healthy snacks and the chance to earn prizes. The many different activities are grouped into stations to demonstrate Rally’s four core pillars of health: Move, Eat, Care and Feel, and to provide information about how people can become more informed health care consumers.
“We’re thrilled to have Kevin and Maria at the event to help motivate people to improve their health and fitness,” said Grant Verstandig, Rally Health founder and CEO. “Attendees have a real treat in store for them, and we hope people throughout the Bay Area will come out to this fun and educational event.”
“I’ve always supported Rally’s mission to help people live healthier lives, because it’s something I think about and try to do every day of my life – not only for myself, but also for my family, friends, fans and everyone who comes to our Rally HealthFests,” said Hart. “These events are an awesome vehicle to get the word out that being healthy is cool, and of course, I get to demonstrate that. This is our fourth Rally HealthFest, and they just keep getting better. I can’t wait to see everyone in San Francisco.”
To learn more about the Rally HealthFest and register for the event, visit https://www.rallyhealth.com/event/rally-healthfest-san-francisco or follow the conversation on Twitter and Facebook.
- Saturday, March 25, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
- Justin Herman Plaza
- Market Street & Steuart Street, San Francisco, Calif.