Eat Good, Do Good! Steve’s PaleoGoods is proud to donate 15% of each purchase to the Steve’s Club National Program with 28 Local Clubs serving at-risk youth around the country. There are four new Local Clubs, helping kids realize their potential through fitness, nutrition and leadership skills.
The coaching team at Steve’s Club Gryphon in Cleveland, TN, say it’s their goal to “show at-risk youth that they can change their can’ts into CANs.” Many of their athletes come from the Boys and Girls Club of America located just down the street.
Steve’s Club Troy located in OH, already hosted a successful fundraiser in October. This Local Club operates out of the Lincoln Community Center and has four trainers who are CrossFit Kids certified. By partnering with their local community center, they hope to “provide opportunities for every kid to challenge and better themselves in a safe and accepting environment.”
Philip Garappolo, owner of Perry Hall CrossFit, was inspired to open a Local Club after hosting previous fundraisers for organizations such as the Wounded Warriors Project. Located in the Baltimore area, this local club will hold 2-3 classes a week at Perry Hall CrossFit and host a fundraiser early this year.
Amber Beane of CrossFit Asheville opened IRON GIRLS, the second all-girl Local Club in Asheville, NC. In conjunction with the Asheville Middle School’s program “In Real Life,” Beane and her trainers will work to bring confidence, fitness, nutrition, and personal development to girls ages 11-14. Beane’s affiliate members have even started a mentor program where they are matched up 1-1 with a young athlete.
Eat Good, Do Good is the mantra at Steve’s PaleoGoods. Helping at-risk youth realize their potential through fitness, nutrition and leadership skills is the driving force behind every Paleo product Steve makes. Check us out at stevespaleogoods.com. Thank you for helping us Strengthen A Nation: One Kid At A Time.