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Supplement King Christmas Lift-Off
Supplement King Christmas Lift-Off

Sun, Dec 12


St. John's

Supplement King Christmas Lift-Off

Its a Christmas Miracle! Testing our 1RM lifts to end off 2021! This is a free ticketed event however, admission will be by donation to our chosen organizations (please see event details section for what is needed). The Jacob Puddister Foundation and the Tommy Sexton Center.

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Time & Location

Dec 12, 2021, 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

St. John's, 57 Old Pennywell Road, St. John's, NL A1E 6A8, Canada

About the Event

"The Total" is the sum of an athlete's 1-rep-max back squat, 1-rep-max shoulder press, and 1-rep-max deadlift. Each athlete allotted three attempts at each of the three lifts. The "Total" is the best reflection of an athlete’s functional strength capacity. First attempt should be a weight you know you can lift for three repetitions. The second attempt should be a heavy single. The third attempt should be a heavier single, based on your performance from the previous two attempts.

Score: Total pounds or kilograms lifted.

The two hour event will be split into two sections, first hour being deadlifts/strict press with the second hour being back squats. Athletes will get thirty minutes to warm up and attempt each movement.


Group 1 (6 Athletes): Deadlift

Group 2 (6 Athletes): Strict Press

*Switch Movements within 30 MIN*


Group 1 (6 Athletes): Back Squat


Group 2 (6 Athletes): Back Squat

We have our amazing sponsor Supplement King with us during the event, and they will be providing the winning prize bags worth 150$ for our male and female athletes!  As well as making sure all our volunteers get a christmas present for their generosity! 

Donations needed:

  • Personal care items: Deodorant, toothbrush, toothpaste, body wash, shampoo, tampons, lip balm, shaving cream, hair elastics, dental floss, QTips, first aid items, reuasble/nonreusable masks.
  • Household items: Face cloths, bath towels, hand towels, dish towels, laundry baskets, radio/ alarm clocks, plastic hangers,comforters, blankets, twin bed sheets, pillows.
  • Gift Cards: Coffee, food, grocery stores,dollar stores,walmart, lawtons and shoppers.
  • Clothing Items: New underwear(all sizes), winter coats, winter boots/sneakers( new or lightly worn), slippers, pajamas, socks
  • Entertainment/Comfort items: Pens/pencils, markers, word search, cross word puzzles, earbuds/headphones, adult coloring books, puzzles, notepads, mini play-doh, paint, paint brushes, candy, chocolate, chewing gum
  • Can accept cash donations or e-mail transfers, however, we cannot provide receipts for such as we are not a charitable organization, sorry for inconvience. 

About the organizations we will donate to:

  • AIDS Committee of Newfoundland and Labrador (ACNL) is a provincial non-profit and charitable organization committed to preventing the spread of HIV, hepatitis C virus (HCV), and other sexually transmitted and blood-borne infections (STBBIs) through supportive, education and harm reduction programs and services. What started as a kitchen group providing meals to people in the community, ACNL earned its official organization status in 1988. Almost four decades later, we continue to support people living with, affected by, or at risk for HIV/AIDS and/or HCV. ACNL is located in the Tommy Sexton Centre, named after the beloved and hilarious Canadian film and television icon Tommy Sexton. Born right here in St. John’s, NL, Tommy died of AIDS-related complications on December 13, 1993. He was 36. We continue to honour and celebrate Tommy’s legacy and the love he shared for this world and his craft.
  • The Jacob Puddister Memorial Foundation is a charitable organization that was created by Jake’s family to honour the son, brother, grandson, and friend Jake was to so many. Although he struggled with mental illness for many years, Jake prioritized the needs and feelings of all those he loved and cared about. Our mandate is to provide mental health resources to youth in Newfoundland and Labrador and to help eliminate the stigma surrounding mental health through various fundraising efforts, community partnerships, and direct services such as individual counselling, group counselling, and peer support.
  • Iris Kirby House opened in 1981 to provide shelter and a safe haven for women and children who are experiencing domestic violence. Iris Kirby House provides a safe home to abused women from all walks of life – with support and the opportunity to explore alternatives to living in an abusive relationship.


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