FIGHTING FOR THE GOOD GUYS

Veteran and active-duty suicides are up. 

Civilian suicides are up.

47,000 Americans take their own lives every year. 

 

It’s an epidemic. 

And we need new resources to fight it. 

 

I believe one of the most powerful assets in the fight against suicide isn’t a drug or a therapy.  It’s the people who've grappled with suicide and survived.  People like Jimmy Hatch.  When sufferers hear Survivors' stories, triggers are less likely to get pulled.

So I wrote a book with Jimmy telling his story, and then I created SurvivorCadres.com.

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WHAT THE GOOD GUYS ARE UP TO

Army veteran (and Performix CEO) Matt Hesse has launched FitOps, a new fitness+empowerment initiative.  I was browsing magazines, when I saw a cool new one called FitOps.  I looked inside, and learned it was an entire cultural movement built around the renewal and mental strength that can come from physical fitness.  The specific mission of Fit Ops is certifying veterans as elite personal trainers, so that they can pass on the gift of serious fitness. 

 

This fellow, Matt, is some kind of dynamo.  He created Performix (the best-selling GNC product), and now this.  That deserves one helluva attaboy.  Check it out: FitOps.org