Run 1.5 miles
Then, 8 rounds of:
400-meter sandbag carry (heavy)
1-mile farmers carry with 45-lb. dumbbells or sandbags or put on a heavy ruck (backpack) and hike
U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Adam Servais, of Onalaska, Wisconsin, died Aug. 19, 2006, in Uruzgan Province, Afghanistan, when his vehicle came under hostile fire. The 23-year-old was assigned to the 23rd Special Tactics Squadron, Hurlburt Field, Florida. Servais is survived by his parents, Peter and Susan; and sister, Laura.
Show your support for veterans with the American Sniper Chris Kyle memorial run t-shirt.
The shirts are printed front and back on American Apparel material.
Proceeds from the t-shirt sale will go to the Chris Kyle memorial fund to help veterans
Click here to view the t-shirt at Teespring
The Chris Kyle Memorial Run was founded in June of 2014 with the goals: to honor and pay tribute to Chris Kyle and Chad Littlefield.
And to help veterans who are unable to return to us whole, either physically or emotionally.
Since Day #1, we are very proud to say that 100% of the net proceeds go directly to benefiting veterans in need. This year, we’re splitting our proceeds evenly
between Guardian For Heroes, the Foundation that Chris Kyle himself founded, which provides free, in-home fitness equipment, facilitation of donated health club memberships, individualized programs, personal training, and life coaching to in-need Veterans with disabilities, Gold Star families, and those returning from combat deployment. Debbie Lee’s (Gold Star Mother of Navy SEAL Marc Lee) America’s Mighty Warriors, which works to honor the sacrifices of our troops, the fallen and their families by providing programs that improve quality of life, resiliency and recovery. And The F7 Group, a nationally recognized non-profit that empowers and inspires Veterans, Women and Youth through physical, mental and spiritual health.
Please see our FaceBook page or our website at: www.chriskylememorialrun.org