For the second year, WORKOUT ANYTIME has joined forces with Lift for the 22 to help veterans suffering from transitional depression and anxiety by providing them with free fitness memberships.
Almost a year ago, Bill Wentzel found himself too weak to even swim across a pool. He soon decided he needed a lifestyle change and joined the “Lift for the 22” program at WORKOUT ANYTIME.
“I think we owe our veterans a great deal,” he said, “and I’m a firm believer that...the ones that are coming home are the ones having problems. We need to take care of them.”
President and CEO of the Lift for the 22 program Carter Davis never imagined his vision for veterans would transform into a popular nationwide program.
“My vision originally was to encourage veterans to find each other in gyms around the country,” Davis said, “and use the gym as a place to support one another and get together as a place of healing and building each other up.”
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