Want to get in a great workout while supporting local children in this region? The "Bristol Burnout" fitness competition on Saturday, July 27 may be just the event for you.

Area athletes are encouraged to bring their gladiator mentalities to compete in this high intensity workout event for the cause at the BMS South Building, located at the South Entrance of the Speedway off Hwy 11E/Volunteer Parkway. Numerous CrossFit facilities in the region will have participants competing to claim Tri-Cities bragging rights.

"Fitness is a way of life for so many," said Claudia Byrd, executive director of the Bristol chapter of Speedway Children's Charities. "We've found a great way to take a high energy workout and combine it with our mission, which is to make a difference in the lives of children in this region. The "Bristol Burnout" fitness competition is going to see so many great athletes doing what they love while giving back to the community."

Interested participants can register as a team of 2 for $110 per team (prices increase to $130 per team on Saturday, June 1). Each competitor will receive branded "Bristol Burnout" gear while getting the chance to compete at the iconic Bristol Motor Speedway.

In addition to the competition, spectators and participants will enjoy local health and fitness vendors, area food trucks and local breweries.

For more information about "Bristol Burnout", please visit: https://www.speedwaycharities.org/events/bristol/bristol-burnout/.