Train with Purpose: MVPs Merge Fitness with a Cause

Dec 7 2016
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Merging Vets and Players (MVP) is an initiative started by Cellucor athlete, Nate Boyer. The program helps veterans and ex-athletes find new purpose through group training sessions and peer counseling.

We’re proud to share this video, highlighting the brave men and women who have found a renewed sense of purpose through training for and completing the challenging obstacle course event, Tough Mudder.

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ABOUT Nate Boyer

Nate Boyer

Nate Boyer is a former active-duty Green Beret, world traveler, philanthropist and community leader, and a professional athlete as a former member of the Seattle Seahawks. After joining the US Army in 2005, Boyer earned the coveted Green Beret in December, 2006. He served in Iraq from 2008-2009, then served tours in Afghanistan from April-August, 2013 and April-August, 2014. Boyer didn't play football until he was 29 years old. Boyer joined the Texas Longhorns and served as the No. 1 long snapper on PAT/FG’s his last three seasons. More notably, was that Boyer spent his off-seasons serving overseas. Boyer is passionate about philanthropy, and has recently climbed Mount Kilimanjaro to raise money for clean water wells in Tanzania.