Inside Out Fitness Challenge for Justice

Monday, November 16 – Friday, November 20

About the Inside Out Fitness Challenge for Justice

Inside Out is a virtual fundraising fitness challenge that supports the work of the Arizona Justice Project. See if you have what it takes to complete 5 fitness challenges inspired by the exercise routines of our wrongfully imprisoned clients. All registered participants will receive one challenge per day starting on Monday, November 16th and ending on Friday, November 20th. For these 5 days in November, we will be joining these individuals in their daily exercise routines from the outside. All registered participants will also be eligible to receive a custom Inside Out Fitness Challenge for Justice t-shirt if they raise $50 or more!

Who Can Join?

We welcome all ages and fitness levels. These challenges are all about doing your best and being a part of a virtual community who cares about the work of the Arizona Justice Project.

Register as a Team or Individual

You can register for the Inside Out Fitness Challenge for Justice challenge as a team or individual. A team can be 2 people or more! Registering as a team is a great way to get friends and family involved AND create some friendly competition. All registrations are absolutely free.

Sign Up Today!

The Inside Out challenge begins on November 16th, but don’t wait to sign up! By getting involved today, you are joining a virtual community dedicated to helping spread awareness and raise funds for the Arizona Justice Project’s work. The funds raised from the Inside Out Fitness Challenge for Justice will go towards achieving freedom for our innocent and wrongfully imprisoned clients in Arizona, as well as making much-needed criminal justice reforms.

Arizona Republic Op Ed

How do we get innocent people out of prison? Maricopa County’s new unit is a start

Opinion: The Prosecution Integrity Program could help more who believe they have been wrongfully convicted. Here’s how to ensure the effort is successful.

Click here to read our opinion on Maricopa County’s new Prosection Integrity Program written by Hope Delap, AJP’s strategic litigation counsel, and Marissa Bluestine of the Quattrone Center.