About XLR8 Fitness and Counseling (XLR8 Therapy)

About XLR8 Fitness and Counseling (XLR8 Therapy)

  What is XLR8 Fitness and Counseling On top of regular talk therapy, XLR8 Fitness and Counseling specialized in incorporating physical fitn...

XLR8 Veterans

XLR8 Fitness and Counseling has a mission to help reduce soldier suicide.  This is why XLR8 Veteran's was created. 22 veterans per day commit suicide. 2/3 of those who have committed suicide sought help the month before. Too often they cannot afford help or are turned away. This is not acceptable.  I have seen first-hand the effects of suicide.  I work with suicide nearly every day.  Nearly 1 in 5 suicides in this country are from the veteran community.  Suicide kills more veterans than enemy bullets and bombs.  They are not getting the treatment they deserve and it is costing lives.  I have dedicated my life to help improve the treatment of our soldiers.  This was the reason I joined the military.  Many veterans do not have insurance to pay for therapy and/or stuck on long wait lists to see a therapist.  We have set up a fund to help cover the cost of therapy for veterans and their immediate family members. This fund is to help veterans receive the help they need when they need it.

All donations will go to pay for therapy services for Veterans and their immediate family members who cannot afford these services otherwise.  We thank you for your support for those who have defended and served this country.

XLR8 Fitness and Counseling is now sponsoring sports teams for mental health! Contact us today to find out how you or a friend can join a free sports team or fitness class.    Individualized training is also available.  Even if you are not interested in the sponsorship program you can still sign up to be on one of these teams. Season start soon, so enroll today!

SPORTS FOR VETERANS! Vet Sports offers sponsorships for any veteran who is interested in competing in any sport, race, or competition.  No therapy enrollment required, but for any veteran who is enrolled in therapy, the proceeds are donated to Vet Sports, Protectors Shield, and XLR8 Veterans.

To donate simply click below:

We also have set up an eBay page where all the proceeds go toward the XLR8 Veterans fund.  If you have a new or collectible item you would like to donate to the cause, please contact veterans@xlr8therapy.com to arrange a pick up or address to send a package with your donated item(s)
Click here to go to the XLR8 Veteran's eBay page

XLR8 Veteran's in now an affiliate of the Veteran-owned company Strike-Force Energy.  By using the XLR8 Veteran's promo code, not only do you receive a discount on anything you buy, but 100% of the proceeds received from Strike Force go directly to the veteran's fund!

Discount will automatically be applied if you click here to go to Strike Force Energy

XLR8 22 Change
XLR8 Veterans is proud to announce "XLR8 22 Change" to help raise awareness to the struggles our veterans face in transitioning back to civilian life.  One of the biggest challenges that our military personnel face is the transition out of the military and back into the civilian world.  In the military you have the closest friends you may ever find.  You have a support system for anything from spiritual issues, legal mistakes, financial problems, and even family struggles.  Your food, clothes, and housing are also provided for you. 
But that all disappears when you get out.  Instead of sustainment and comradery, you are alone and unsupported. Suddenly instead of your job experience getting you promoted, your military job experience is irrelevant and can’t get you a job.  Instead of goals, schedules and incentives to remain physically fit, you lose a large part of your motivation to even be healthy. 
 You try to make new friends, but they don’t get your humor, understand your stories, or share your interests.  You try different activities, but they don’t have the same thrill as what you did in the military.  You have one foot in the civilian world, while the other is still in the military.
This difficulty transitioning out of the military is a huge underlining reason for the high suicide rate, homelessness, and addiction among those who have served our country.
                There are many Veteran groups, programs, and supports available to help those struggling with this difficult change.  But these programs can almost always use more funding and support.  So, I am inviting the world experience what it is like to be stuck wearing to different kinds of shoes in life and to help XLR8 Veteran Change by donating 22 coins to a veteran program.  A little bit of pocket change can help accelerate change for those who deserve it the most!

Ways to help:
Raise awareness and donate
Post a picture wearing two different kinds of shoes with the hashtag #XLR822change.  donate and post to a veteran's resource.

Accept the challenge
With different kinds of footwear (i.e. a boot and shoe, or a shoe and barefoot), do 22 grapevine steps left and right in under 22 seconds.  If you fail the challenge, donate 22 coins to a veteran organization.  Post your video of the challenge online with the hashtag #XLR822change.  Don't forget to challenge your friends!

Try the double dare
With different kinds of footwear then the first challenge, do 22 steps in each direction (22 steps left, right, forward, back) in under 22 seconds.  If you fail the challenge by failing to do it in time or you fall, double your donated amount.  Post your video of the challenge online with the hashtag #XLR822change challenge your friends to see if they can complete the double dare!