Hustle Up The Hancock
This year’s Hustle up the Hancock raised more than $1 million for lung disease research, education and advocacy.
Why would any sane individual race up 95 floors of a tall building? Here’s why.
CHICAGO (CBS) — 4,000 stair-climbers were expected at this year’s Hustle Up the Hancock to raise money for the Respiratory Health Association. Many of the climbers had very personal reasons for climbing 94 flights of […]
Four thousand climbers took part in the 15th annual Hustle up the Hancock at the John Hancock Center Sunday.
One week from Sunday, thousands of people will climb to the top of the John Hancock Center to raise money for the Respiratory Health Association of Metropolitan Chicago.
It’s almost time for the Hustle up the Hancock, and this year, the Respiratory Health Association hopes to raise more than $1 million for local lung disease research and programs.
Next month, more than 4,000 people will climb 94 floors all the way to the top of the John Hancock Center to raise money for breathing problems, and one man knows what it’s like to gasp for air.
I’ve told you how to eat, sleep and drink, but now I think it’s time to show you how to burn it all off. If you are anything like me, running on a treadmill just doesn’t cut it.
If you’re up for a workout, and you’d like to help people with respiratory issues, now is the time to think about hustling up the Hancock.
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