Mr Motivator's Workout Challenge for Brain Tumour Charities

Thank you to everyone who has taken part in the fabulous Mr Motivator Workout Challenge!  You have helped us to raise over £6,000 collectively so far – that is the equivalent of funding for two whole days of research!

We have had an awesome time and thanks go to Mr Motivator himself for his support for the event.

There is still time to take advantage of the 10-day free trial of the Motivation Club where you will find exercise and diet tips plus lots of information about getting healthy and staying fit.

The 10-days of Mr Motivator videos will stay live for another week in case you want to extend your challenge.

We thank you so much for your support and for taking part, and if you have raised over £274 in your challenge, we will be sending you a medal to mark achievement very soon.

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The workouts are all about variety and providing activity for all levels of fitness, no matter what your starting point. These include whole body workouts, Pilates, yoga, general fitness, warm-up and stretch, strength and toning, chair workouts, using weights and props at home.


Brainwaves NI is a Northern Ireland-based research and support charity for brain tumour patients, children, adults, their families and their carers. Set up in 1994 and volunteer-led, the charity funds vital research at the Patrick G Johnston Centre for Cancer Research at Queen’s University, Belfast to help find a cure for brain tumours.

Brain Tumour Research, based in Milton Keynes, is the only national charity in the UK singularly focused on finding a cure for all types of brain tumours through campaigning to increase the national investment in brain tumour research to £35 million per year, while fundraising to create a network of seven sustainable Brain Tumour Research Centres of Excellence across the UK.

Brain Tumour Research Campaign is based in West London and raises public awareness and funds projects involving research scientists and clinicians to improve brain tumour treatments and work towards finding a cure. The charity was set up to build a legacy for John Fulcher who passed away from a glioblastoma (GBM).

Finnbar’s Force, based in Norfolk, was set up by the parents of Finnbar Cork, who passed away, aged five, five months after diagnosis with a brain tumour. Finnbar’s Force works to support families in East Anglia with a child diagnosed with a brain tumour. It also raises funds for research into childhood brain cancer and is working to improve awareness of brain tumours among healthcare professionals.

James Clifford Campling Trust, based in Lincolnshire, was set up after James passed away from a glioblastoma (GBM) brain tumour, aged just 29. James Clifford Campling Trust offers funding of up to £2,000 to people over the age of 18 with a life-changing condition to help them reach their life goals, is funding research into GBMs and is working to provide a retreat for patients and their families.

Shay’s Smiles, based in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, was set up by the family of 13-year-old Shayen Patel who passed away after being diagnosed with a glioblastoma (GBM) brain tumour. The charity supports families of children diagnosed with GBM and is funding research to help find a cure for this particularly aggressive form of brain cancer.                                            

The William Low Trust is based in North London and was launched by William’s parents on the second anniversary of his loss, aged 17, to a medulloblastoma brain tumour. William was originally diagnosed at just five years of age. The William Low Trust is supporting research to find more effective treatments and ultimately a cure for brain tumours, while offering support to families affected by the disease.

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