Zak Lee Guarnaccia is about to give new meaning to taking the stairs. After the actor-stuntman is finished with the stairs April 28, he might not volunteer to take them again for quite a long while. Many a fitness buff relish the steep set of stairs near Adelaide Drive and Fourth Street in Santa Monica for a tough cardiovascular, lower body workout. But while most may meet their calorie-reducing quota after an hour or so, Guarnaccia will attempt to climb up and down the steps
April 17, 2012 -- There are extreme athletes and then there are extreme fundraisers. This month, local actor, martial arts expert and extreme athlete Zac Lee Guarnaccia will combine both a 24-hour long, live-streamed stair-climbing marathon. The "Step-A-Thon" -- which will benefit Homeless Not Toothless, a nonprofit that provides free dental care for homeless children -- is scheduled to take place beginning April 28 at the Santa Monica stairwell at 4th Street and Adelaide Dri
LOS ANGELES, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ — Former International Martial Arts champion Zak Lee Guarnaccia, of LightRow Pictures, with his strong will, is going to attempt a staggering endurance-fundraising challenge in Hollywood. On April 28, 2012 at 7 a.m., for the benefit of Homeless Not Toothless, Zak will endure the 24HX Extreme Step-A-Thon fitness challenge (thefbxshow.com/24hx.html) climbing for 24 hours up and down the popular Santa Monica stairs (Santa Monica, California).
Get in touch with me directly by filling out the form below.