Join us for one hour (either relay or individual effort) on October 19th, 2019 at 11am PST.
This team was formed by Staff Sergeant Aaron Guyett, Master Coach and Education Director of Living.Fit by Kettlebell Kings, a Marine veteran of the Iraq War and Leadership/Fitness mentor of a Wounded Warrior Project involving Combat Stress on March of 2019.
Jason Dolby was Aaron Guyett's Kettlebell Sport coach, and led him to a National Championship, 6th in the World championships, and the first U.S. lifter to achieve a Masters of Sport in all three lifts during one Kettlebell Sport competition.
Aaron loves Jason's passion for the One Hour Long Cycle event, and his heart strings were tugged even more, when he found out the event was donating the money to the Wounded Warrior Project.
Please join our team, donate your time, effort, and money for this incredible cause and this incredible event.
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ONE HOUR LONG CYCLE
The One Hour Long Cycle (1HLC) is an International Charity Event that allows people around the world to come together for 60 minutes and lift as a unified spirit to make a real difference for those in need.
We have an opportunity to show what is in our hearts. We can use our tool, the kettlebell, as a vessel to carry us towards greatness, comradery, and helping to save lives. You will feel the energy from your brothers and sisters lifting next to you. Their energy will hold you up during the moments you can’t do it alone. You will finish. The One Hour Long Cycle, If you lift in it once, you will lift in it forever. What’s in your heart?
The One Hour Long Cycle International Charity Event is back for its 10th year! Kettlebell lifters from around the world are invited to take part individually, or as a squad, and lift at the same time no matter where they are in the world, for 60 minutes of kettlebell long cycle (clean and jerk)!
This year, we invite you to join us as we are lifting with LOVE to support veterans and service members who incurred a physical or mental injury, illness, or wound while serving in the military on or after September 11th, 2001. Our 2019 featured charity is the Wounded Warrior Project!