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On the morning of Saturday, June 4th, I did 865 push-ups in one hour. Not my typical weekend workout.

I wasn’t alone. There were about a hundred of us on the Levitt Pavilion lawn in Westport pumping out pushups for the 7th annual Push Against Cancer. A record turnout! Together, we raised over $75,000 for the Hole in the Wall Gang Camp – the organization founded by Paul Newman that offers special experiences to children battling serious illnesses. The challenges these kids face are nothing compared to an hour of pushups.

Photo by Angela Loveless Deldin

Flash back a month or so ago when I learned that my good buddy and trainer Andy Berman, owner of Mental Grit Fitness, was organizing this big-hearted event. I knew I wanted in. Sure, I’d do the push-ups and raise funds, but I knew we could offer more. I barely got the words out, and the MillerSmith team stepped up to create an award-winning social media campaign as well as supporting graphics for signage and t-shirts for the event. Knowing that we helped contribute to the success of the event can be described in one word – awesome!

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