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TRX was born out of necessity when TRX CEO Randy Hetrick needed a way to keep his Navy SEAL team in peak physical condition while on deployment. The TRX Tactical Gym is now used in every branch of the U.S. Military to help improve strength, power, core stability and flexibility, as well as prevent injury. Now TRX is honoring its roots, with a unique campaign that will see valuable training resources donated to veterans in need.
Firmly entrenched as the leading functional training company and innovator of Suspension Training, TRX today announced an online promotion, supporting the veteran based non-profit, The Raider Project. For every sale made online of the TRX Tactical Gym using the code “VETERANS” from November 11th through November 30th, TRX will donate a Tactical Gym to The Raider Project. These donations will provide veterans valuable training tools that will not only empower their bodies, but also empower their minds with an invaluable sense of confidence as they make the often-challenging transition from military service into mainstream civilian life.
The TRX Tactical Gyms will be provided to The Raider Project participants, along with guided exercise programming via the TRX Force mobile app. The digital 12-week Tactical Conditioning Program is accessible anywhere via smartphone or tablet, ensuring veterans can get a workout in their own time.
“The Raider Project is a believer in the power of physical fitness, it makes our bodies and our minds more resilient and prepared for combat missions and everyday life,” said Nicholas Koumalatsos, the director for The Raider Project. “Many of our veterans have used the TRX while in the service, so a TRX Tactical Gym is not only an invaluable component to their transition efforts, but one they are familiar with and comfortable using.”
“As a former Navy SEAL, I know firsthand how challenging it can be to transition from military service after combat missions, which is why this program is close to my heart,” said founder and CEO of TRX, Randy Hetrick. “I’ve long been impressed by The Raider Project’s dedication and integrated approach to assisting MARSOC and USMC veterans as they transition from service and combat experience back to civilian life. TRX is proud to be playing a small role in this incredibly valuable and important effort and it’s our way of saying ‘Thank You’ to our veterans.”
The Veteran’s Day Charity Promotion for The Raider Project will begin on November 11th and conclude on November 30th. You can visit www.trxtraining.com/trx-fund to purchase a TRX Tactical Gym, use the code “Veterans” and support the cause.