Three north-east kickboxing instructors completed a mammoth press-up challenge in aid of Hamish Dears Just Giving Charity.
Leon Bremaneson, David Krasjuk, and Douglas Morrison from the Aberdeen Satorishido Kickboxing branch started 2020 with the intention of completing a combined 150,000 press-ups before the end of the year.
At roughly 140 press-ups per day, the trio wanted to raise as much as possible for Hamish Dear’s Warm Hugs as they are friends of the founders and have raised £1,190.00 on completion of their challenge last week.
Mr Bremaneson, who kick-started the challenge, said: “We wanted to do something different but more enduring.
“It was harder than I thought it would be, especially since the three of us are kickboxers with an above average fitness level. We all had a different approach to fitting the press-ups into our week and kept track of our progress using an app.”
Mr Bremaneson said: “It was always going to take some level of self motivation to do everyday but I found it harder when we had to do it from home.”
The money raised will allow the charity support poorly children by providing a toy after an operation or provide families with vouchers for day-trip activities.
Mr Bremaneson added: “My best friend and his wife set up the charity after their son lost his battle with cancer.
If anyone wishes to donate further in supporting this amazing cause, please go to the following link: Hamish Dear’s Warm Hugs – JustGiving