About the 55 Squat Challenge

Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in Australia. 55 Australians are diagnosed with breast cancer every day. And breast cancer incidences are on the rise.  

That is why we need you to rise to the challenge this March. Complete 55 squats a day for 31 days and raise funds for life-saving breast cancer research.  

We are serious about squats and we are serious about saving lives, are you?  

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How It Works

Sign up

to complete 55 squats a day over 31 days throughout March

Get your team together

Tag 5 friends to join you on your challenge. Or complete it solo. 

Kick off your fundraising by making a personal donation to your page.  

Reach fundraising milestones

Reach intermediate level by raising $150 and receive a free NBCF resistance training band. 

Get active and raise funds

during the month of March, raise funds for breast cancer research and share on social media with the hashtag #55squats

Level up throughout the Month

Level up throughout March, reach fundraising milestones and unlock our 55 Squat Challenge levels.

Beginner

Make a self-donation to your fundraising page on registration and kick start your 55 Squat Challenge at beginner level.

Intermediate

When you raise $150 you'll reach intermediate level and receive a free NBCF resistance band, proven to help improve strength and toning.

Advanced

Be one of the first 200 people to raise $500 on your fundraising page and you'll receive a free NBCF singlet so you can look the part while completing your squats at advanced level.

This is what we're up against

“I signed up for the 55 Squat Challenge because I lost my stepmother to breast cancer during my own breast cancer journey. I've seen firsthand how important research. My friends were behind me 100% of the way through my journey so when I told them about, they 55 Squat Challenge they wanted to get involved too and help me fundraise.”

Sarah - 55 Squat Challenge Champion

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