“Keep Ya Balls Up”

#keepyaballsup

for Testicular Cancer Awareness Month

The Challenge

  • Simply receive or set a 'keep up' challenge through facebook, twitter or instagram.
  • Video your effort. At the beginning, mention that you are doing it to raise awareness for Testicular Cancer Awareness Month.
  • At the end, state the number of 'keep ups' and nominate two friends.
  • Don't forget to tag your nominees and include the hashtag #keepyaballsup

Make a Donation

90degrees #keepyaballsup ChallengeFirst reply from #Burnleyfc is Michael Keane who manages over 100 with a few tricks thrown in. Michael is happy for me to nominate 2 Burnley fans to take up the challenge. Mark Ormrod and Gavin Knowles it's your turn next to see if you can beat him and raise awareness for testicular cancer. #takethechallenge #turfmoorIf you would like to donate any donations welcome www.90degrees.com/keepyaballsupThe challenge is simple just make a video of yourself doing keep ups and challenge two people to beat your score and support the cause. If anyone wants to join in and start a challenge that's fine the more the merrier. #takethechallenge

Posted by Jamie Painter on Monday, 16 May 2016

Keep ya balls up Challenge

Drone footage of keepy ups #drone #MUFC #MCFC #football #charity

Posted by Stuart Field on Monday, 9 May 2016

90degrees #keepyaballsup Challenge.I got a modest 5/6... I challenge Robert Iain Morley and Geoff Parr to see if they can beat it? and help raise awareness for testicular cancer awareness month. #keepyaballsup #Takethechallenge #testicularcancerIf you would like to donate any donations are welcome at:http://www.90degrees.com/keepyaballsupApril is testicular cancer awareness month and 90degrees have come up with a challenge to help raise awareness and encourage men to regularly check themselves.The challenge is simple. Simply make a video of you doing as many keep ups as you can and upload your effort to your favourite social media site. Then challenge two of your friends to try and beat your score and support the cause.If you prefer to challenge on twitter please use the hashtags below:#Takethechallenge #keepyaballsup #testicularcancer

Posted by Daniel Parr on Tuesday, 3 May 2016

90degrees #keepyaballsup Challenge.I got 77 before feeding the fishes. I challenge Ian Evans and Richard Cowell to see if they can beat it and help raise awareness for testicular cancer awareness month. #keepyaballsup #Takethechallenge #testicularcancerIf you would like to donate any donations are welcome at:www.90degrees.com/keepyaballsupApril is testicular cancer awareness month and 90degrees have come up with a challenge to help raise awareness and encourage men to regularly check themselves.The challenge is simple. Simply make a video of you doing as many keep ups as you can and upload your effort to your favourite social media site. Then challenge two of your friends to try and beat your score and support the cause.If you prefer to challenge on twitter please use the hashtags below:#Takethechallenge #keepyaballsup #testicularcancer90 Degrees90 DegreesMen's HealthSoccer AMLadsBibleCancer Research UK

Posted by Colin Wilson on Monday, 2 May 2016

About The Cause

Testicular cancer, the leading cancer in men 15-35, can strike at any age, yet it’s hardly talked about. When detected early, it has a survival rate of over 95%.

April is testicular cancer awareness month and 90degrees have come up with a challenge to help raise awareness and encourage men to regularly check themselves.

The challenge is simple. Simply make a video of you doing as many keep ups as you can and upload your effort to your favourite social media site. Then challenge two of your friends to try and beat your score and support the cause.

Don’t forget to include any hashtags and to tag your nominated friends in your post. If you can, please help by making a donation to the cause on our just giving page on the link above.

Thankyou for your support. We hope we can help to make a real difference in the fight against cancer.