We work to allow them to feel whole again!
As we host events throughout the year, the range from events to raise awareness for our cause to large scale fundraising events to provide health and wellness programs and the support of therapy through exercise for our veterans with disabilities and first responders.
Back to Basic Training is a nonprofit corporation dedicated to empowering, strengthening, and aiding in the rehabilitation
of our community heroes through a synergistic approach involving adaptive fitness programs, mindfulness practices, and the deepening of social connections. Specifically, Back to Basic Training was formed to provide veterans with disabilities and first responders with access to exercise settings and classes that motivate and encourage them to become
part of a community. Back To Basic Training is currently under the fiscal sponsorship of the Center for Community Stewardship (“C4CS”), a 501(c)(3) organization, while it seeks its own tax-exempt status. Through C4CS, donations to Back To Basic Training are tax-deductible.
Our events have helped countless veterans and veteran organizations.
thousand dollars have been given to charities who help disabled/wounded veterans
Since the formation of our own Non-profit status...
thousand dollars in "Healing Heroes Scholarships" to our community heroes
Our mission is to make them feel whole again!
BACK TO BASIC TRAINING UPCOMING EVENTS:
Back to Basic Training holds charity events throughout the year to benefit local heroes. In addition to generous donations by local sponsors, participants raise funds prior to the event by encouraging donations from friends and family to the Back to Basic Training Organization.
On the day of these community wide events participants complete a challenging workouts while spectators offer support and encouragement. Following the event the participants, donors, sponsors and spectators enjoy special
activities for the whole family!.
We are honored to have supporters like you. You can help by supporting or attending any of our events. Use your creativity and passion to take an active role by fundraising, donating or spreading awareness for our cause.
I've participated in the Back to Basic Training events for the last 4 years because it's my way to say "Thank You" to our veterans for their sacrifice to our country. It's been a great event that helps our vets and brings the community together.
I've participated in the Heroes Workout "Murph". You will feel like a real life super hero after you finish. Plus the bond at the end with the people you share this exhausting workout with is awesome. My company East Madison Toyota has been a Corporate sponsor for 3 years. Most importantly keep in mind these events honor our real Heroes. If you need a push remember that there are those who gave everything for our freedom!
Event and Corporate Sponsor
I've particpated in the events since the very first one and now my whole family can participate with events such as the dog tag dash. I love what this organization has done for our community!
Back to Basic Training appreciates all corporations and organizations that support our cause! Your company can be a part of the solution in helping our heroes recover, regain their independence and thrive in their home communities. Corporations can help host our events, conduct fundraising campaigns, become a general sponsor, sponsor our Teams or Athletes.
2019 Event Registration will open soon, please check back often or follow us on Facebook.
Join Back To Basic Training as we expand our reach within the community. Please check back often or follow our Facebook page for up to date information. We are excited to annouce all the great events coming to the community this year!
Murph: Every participant must start with the mile run/1600m row. You can then divide up the Pull ups, push-ups, Squats in any order and however you want with your partner. Then everyone must finish with a mile run/1600m row.
Chief Scott: 100 push-ups must be done with a partner or solo before moving on to 100 sit ups to do with a partner or solo, then each participant must finish with a (2) mile run or 3200m row.
Dog Tag Dash: You will start on the run and stop about every 1/4mile to do 10 push-ups, 10 sit ups, and 10 body weight squats.