60 min full body workout that builds strength and endurance with powerful punching and kicking sequences. 



We are proud to support this organization that does so much for Latina women with cancer.

Its mission is to educate, encourage, empathize, and empower Hispanic / Latina sisters and their families facing breast cancer diagnosis and survivorship. They engage our sisters and serve as a living portrait of hope by providing workshops, medical support, professional support, community awareness events, and shared individual testimonies. A woman lifted by others is stronger than a woman who stands alone.



Malinois Rescue League

Here at GRITT, we love animals, especially dogs. Animals cannot advocate for themselves so we have to do it for them. Founder, Sarai fell in love with the Belgian Malinois breed at the age of 18. The rest is history. Sarai advocates for this breed as it has become very popular and with that comes neglect and lack of understanding for it. She has three of her own and one adopted from China through MLR. PLEASE CONSIDER DONATING.

 Who is MLR:

” The Malinois Rescue League was founded in 2019 by a group of individuals from around the globe dedicated to the breed who have a fierce passion for protecting all animals from abuse, harm and neglect. Inspired by the amazing story of Angel, a Belgian Malinois rescued in China from a dog meat truck with horrific facial injuries, who was adopted by Hollie Cornes.

What started off as a group of people from all walks of life, became a cause that rallied people together to help save and rehabilitate as many malinois’ as they can! Fast forward to today, they have become Malinois Rescue League, a certified 501c3 non-profit organization. MRL has an amazing group of volunteers who dedicate so much time and effort into spreading the word and opening their hearts up to rescues. This grassroots movement became what it is today through the mutual love, adoration, and respect for the Malinois breed. Strangers came together to make such a difference because they each recognized the Malinois for its beauty, it’s strength, it’s love for its humans, and equally it’s grace and goofiness. Their story just goes to show that we can make a difference, little by little, and that the world is still promising not only for us but for our pups too.”