Join us for the 2nd Annual Reeve WOD Challenge

Posted by Reeve Staff in Daily Dose on November 16, 2016 # Events

The Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation is holding its 2nd Annual SEALFIT & Unbeatable Mind Reeve Workout of the Day (WOD) event. Individuals and teams from different gyms across the nation will join together for the Reeve WOD Challenge to raise funds and awareness for the 5.4 million individuals living with paralysis. The workout will feature adaptive techniques so that individuals of all abilities can participate.

Created by retired Navy SEAL Mark Divine, SEALFIT focuses on improving physical strength exercise while building mental focus and spiritual growth. SEALFIT was developed for the unique and specialized needs of professionals seeking to reach their fullest potential, for first responders, industrial athletes and military forces and life-long warrior-athletes to perform their jobs and come home safely.

"I am excited to partner with the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation, through the "Reeve WOD" fundraiser, to raise money and awareness for spinal cord injury. Individuals living with spinal cord injury must face their future with courage, and the Reeve Foundation allows that courage to be powered by hope,” said Divine.

Those individuals and teams who complete the challenge and have the highest fundraising totals will be eligible for prizes such as a SEALFIT Event or Unbeatable Corporate Academy at your gym, a 1-year subscription to Unbeatable Mind Platinum, and a SEALFIT gift bag.

Signing up is easy! You can participate as an individual, or get your gym involved as a team.

Register by selecting “Participate as an Individual”, “Join a Team” or “Create a Team”. If your gym owner has already registered your affiliate, then please choose Join a Team.

All proceeds will benefit the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation, and the newly formed Courage Foundation, which develops educational and outreach programs that promote, inspire or train courage, resiliency and mental toughness in special populations such as, but not limited to, veteran and other PTSD victims, victims of abuse, prisoners and children of prisoners, and paralyzed or amputee individuals

Full details on registering here.

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