We Educate, Equip, and Empower Veterans and Their Communities
Through Physical Activity and Self Discovery
Through our Mentorship Program, our elite team of athletes and coaches create training and nutrition plans to help veterans get started on their road to recovery through physical activity and fitness. These mentors also are readily available to encourage our veteran athletes and answer any questions they have about their sport.
We also create online content to teach our unique philosophy and approach to using endurance sport to assist the veteran in the journey of self discovery and emotional healing. Check out our Podcast and social media pages to see more!
Project Echelon also hosts workshops and events that connect veterans with their communities to create and foster relationships. These connections allow the community to learn about what challenges veterans face after the military and how they can help in a positive and meaningful way.
Project Echelon partners with amazing organizations that truly care about the issues our veterans are facing. They have offered reduced and heavily discounted prices on products such as sports nutrition, sports equipment, and active wear.
These items are essential to optimizing your physical output. Removing the financial barrier to sport is a vital piece of our mission to help veterans find internal peace while skipping the external stressors of finances.
Project Echelon also equips veterans and supporting organizations with a sounding board through our Podcast, The Art of Endurance. This is a tool to help veterans contemplate their experiences based on others who share information and knowledge about healing, athletics, and nutrition.
Veterans become truly self-empowered through Project Echelon after they begin to take their first steps into physical fitness. It allows for them to begin to find answers to the questions and problems they have been burdened with. Once these answers are found, healing truly begins.
Through the production of online content, highlighting stories of veterans who dare bravely, we empower those who have yet to take their first healing steps. At the same time, we are giving a platform to those who have opened up in vulnerability, to callout to their brothers and sisters still suffering in silence.
We also empower veterans through opportunities to train, race, compete, and allow their voices to me heard.