Imagine doing burpees for 10 hours?
Burpees, you know that dreaded exercise, it has two parts, starting with a push up followed by a leap into the year.
And it's all going to be in aid of a great cause, the ALIVE Project, a community-driven organisation dedicated to ending suicide in young people in Australia.
"ALIVE is a great organisation that runs preventative programs all aimed at ending youth suicide," Snr Const Cremer said.
September 10 is the night the congenial Valley cop has earmarked for his big event - a date that also coincides with World Suicide Prevention Day.
Why burpees? I suppose it shows no matter how many times you get knocked down, you get back up again.Senior Constable Todd Cremer
"As little as $25 can keep a young person in the ALIVE program for a year," he said.
"My aim is to raise not only awareness of youth suicide and the great work ALIVE does, but also raise money so the organisation can continue to provide its much-needed programs.
"They are programs that are for everyone, Indigenous and non-Indigenous.
"Youth siucide is a major problem and one we, as a community, need to work together to address."
And Snr Const Cremer is certainly aiming high - he wants to raise $100,000.
"I'm 37 years old and If I can do this, we can all get involved," he said.
He believes his 10-hour effort, which will see him perform around 4000 burpees and cover around 10 kilometres during his jumping efforts.
He plans to start his event at Osborne Park (Kangaroo Valley Showground) at 8.30pm and continue through until 6am.
"I also have a personal training business, so I just saw this as a way I could do something that I'm good at to help the cause," he said.
But why burpees?
"I suppose it shows no matter how many times you get knocked down, you get back up again," he said.
"It also has a double pronged-affect - people will think I'm crazy for even trying it and by doing that it raises awareness.
"I'd love for people to get involved and get on board.
"You can support me by donating or even coming down on the night and doing a few burpees with me.
"You don't have to do it all night.
"I'm just a country cop trying to do my bit - doing my bit for my community.
"I'd love to see an end to youth suicide - suicide in general."
Todd's fundraising page, Burpee for a Cause, can be found through my cause (https://www.mycause.com.au/) or https://www.mycause.com.au/page/254246/swat-fit-burpees-for-a-cause
He says he would like to even possibly see the fundraiser become an annual event.
I'm a country copper, I want to engage with my community and be here when needed, not just for policing issues - I want to bridge the gap. I'm approachable.Senior Constable Todd Cremer
"Over the years I've done various physical fundraising events for such causes as brain cancer, Leukemia, Kids Off The Street, domestic violence," he said.
He's also hoping his efforts create a positive role model for his community.
"Hopefully it highlights for young people there are organisations and individuals to talk to," he said.
"So young people know there are places they can reach out to, or people to talk to when they are having a tough time.
"$25 to have a kid involved in the program for 12 months is nothing - it's really just five cups of coffee a week.
"Hopefully too, it also starts a conversation. A conversation that needs to happen.
"Youth under 18 are three times more likely to die from their own hand than they are in a car accident - that's concerning."
You can also follow Todd's efforts on Instagram @swatfitpt and follow the link to make donations.
He has been targeting his training leading up to the big event.
"Training is going well," he said.
"Each one of my cardio sessions is aimed at burning 1000 calories and then at the end of each session I'm then doing an extra 1000 burpees."
He's also starting to get up in the middle of the night and undertake burpee sessions in preparation.
"I'll soon be hitting four-hour sessions each night, then increase it to six hours and eight hours, just building up to the 10-hour effort.
"I hope by me doing this it does start the conversation. There are lots of other good youth programs out there as well, such as headspace who are all doing their bit to try and battle these issues.
"I'm a country copper, I want to engage with my community and be here when needed, not just for policing issues - I want to bridge the gap. I'm approachable."
Of course, Sntr Const Cremer is also one of 13 Kangaroo Valley men who are also taking part in a fundraising event for Movember.
The group of hardy Valley men are set to grow mos and get their kit off for a fundraising calendar and at the same time raise awareness of the prevention of suicide within their community.
"In short, there are a group of local blokes who are bravely going to shed their clothing covered only in glorious mos of their choosing to assist in raising funds," Snr Cons Cremer said.
A calendar launch and fundraising evening is scheduled for The Friendly Inn, Moss Vale Road, Kangaroo Valley for November 5.
Each calendar will cost around $25 and there will be other fundraising events and auctions on the night.
Need to talk to someone?
Don't go it alone. Please reach out for help.
Lifeline: 13 11 14 or lifeline.org.au
Beyond Blue: 1300 22 4636 or beyondblue.org.au
Kids Helpline: 1800 55 1800 or kidshelpline.com.au
Headspace: 1800 650 890 or headspace.org.au