As part of the “Team Up For a Healthy America” partnership, the WNBA and Jamba Juice hosted a FIT clinic Wednesday at the Santa Monica Boys and Girls Club.
Los Angeles Sparks star Alana Beard joined the WNBA FIT team to lead more than 120 local youth in a basketball clinic focused on healthy, active living. Jamba Juice and Bananaman helped the kids stay hydrated with Berry UpBEET™ and Mega Mango™ smoothies.
The event also included a donation of 114 new basketballs to eight community centers throughout Los Angeles. The donation was part of Jamba Juice’s “Team Up for A Healthy America” initiative, which is dedicated to making a difference in the health of children. Jamba Juice donates $1 toward the purchase of fitness and athletic equipment for each person who joins the Team by pledging to make small changes in his or her daily health and fitness activities.
Pledges can be made at: www.myhealthpledge.com.
Sparks guard Alana Beard opens Wednesday’s fitness clinic in Santa Monica.
Beard and supporting cast, including Jamba Juice District Manager Charlie Landon, far left.
Jamba Juice representatives serve smoothies to participants after the clinic.