I was diagnosed with MS in July 0f 2018. Early into my diagnosis I had to ask myself some tough questions. Would I be wheelchair bound soon? Would I even be able to see? Fast forward a year and half and I find myself training for a full IRONMAN triathlon. I know I wouldn’t be where I’m at today if it weren’t for my exposure to the MS Fitness Challenge.
Through avid prayer, dedicated fitness, and the highest standards of diet and nutrition – I am conquering MS.
As the Director of Fitness for the MS Fitness Challenge, this fundraising effort is near and dear to my heart. Please help me help others who are battling this disease. I have the utmost confidence in the power of fitness as it applies to MS; I am living proof.
So let’s get fundraising and do some push-ups!
Why am I doing this?
The number of cases of MS are increasing daily – and no one is immune. MS does not discriminate; it affects men, women, and children, and impacts over 2.5 million individuals worldwide.
The goal of the MS Fitness Challenge is to educate people with MS and their trainers on exercise, nutrition and mindset in a lifestyle of fitness, in conquering this disease through a complete management protocol. Partnered with our many loyal sponsors, MSFC is certifying fitness professionals worldwide to work one on one with people with MS in an effort to educate and train them in the benefits of health & fitness in winning the battle against multiple sclerosis.
We provide fitness trainers worldwide with the tools and training they need to effectively and safely train people with MS. We have already impacted the lives of over 46,000 people in 25 different countries that are battling this disease! Your donations fund our efforts.
What you can do to help
I’m going to be doing push ups. If you can, please donate just $1 per push up that I do. Don’t worry, I’m not The Hulk, although Lou Ferrigno is a friend and supporter of the MSFC.
Keep watching my social media page. Once I have a few donors, I’ll post a video of me doing my push ups. Then you can donate directly on my page.
Spread the word!