Los Angeles, CA –Basecamp Fitness, a leading California-based High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) studio, will host a charity class, “Miles for Paws”, on Saturday, July 16, 2016 benefiting spcaLA at their Santa Monica and West Hollywood locations.  For each mile ridden on the bike by class participants, Basecamp Fitness will donate $1 to the local animal shelters to raise much needed funds for our furry companions.

This all day fundraiser is also happening the Basecamp Fitness studios, located in Burlingame and San Francisco to benefit Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA and The San Francisco SPCA in hopes of raising more than $4000 in donations.

Each month Basecamp Fitness selects a charity of the month. Through the hard work from every member in class, Basecamp Fitness has raised approximately $36,000 for charities such as the Movember Foundation, Susan G. Komen, and The Pat Tillman Foundation, among many others.

Basecamp Fitness is a 35 minute fitness class coupled with a supportive community, and built upon one core value: Building Strong Hearts. Catering to all fitness levels, Basecamp Fitness employs a unique workout format that makes it easy for anyone to participate. Each class is centered on a quick set of thirty total intervals alternating between one minute on the Assault AirBike, followed by one minute on the mat doing weighted or body-weight moves. In one class, each participant can complete anywhere from four to seven miles on the bike.

In addition to the “Miles for Paws” charity class, a Basecamp Fitness “Paws Strong Heart” men’s t-shirt or women’s tank top is available for purchase at each studio location. For every sale, Basecamp Fitness will donate $15 to the cause.

To participate in the “Miles for Paws” charity class, reserve your spot online at BasecampFitness.co or call one of the four studios and speak with a Basecamp Fitness team member.