Join us for the Brost Memorial Day Challenge with MnFIRE!

We are counting down the days until the Outdoor Memorial Day “Murph” event! This exciting fitness event will take place in Long Lake, Minnesota. It includes a workout done in memory of Navy Lieutenant Michael Murphy, 29, of Patchogue, New York, who was killed in Afghanistan in 2005. The workout includes the following: one-mile run, 100 pull-ups, 200 push-ups, 300 air squats and a one-mile run.

Firefighters can choose to do the challenge in their gear, or without, and as written or scaled as much as needed. Departments are also welcome to take on the challenge as a team.

Half of the proceeds from this event will go to supporting MnFIRE’s mission of providing Minnesota’s firefighters with the resources they need to prioritize and protect their health. The other half will go to charities supporting veterans.

Learn more and register at MemorialDayChallenge.com.

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Taking care of your mental health is no different than taking the time to stay in good shape physically. It’s something that needs regular attention both on your own and with a professional.

With the Hometown Heroes Assistance Program, Minnesota firefighters have FREE access to expert, confidential, trauma-informed mental health resources statewide. To access these mental health resources available to all Minnesota firefighters and their families, call 888-784-6634 or visit mnfireinitiative.com/hhap/#MAP.
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Taking care of your mental health is no different than taking the time to stay in good shape physically. It’s something that needs regular attention both on your own and with a professional. 

With the Hometown Heroes Assistance Program, Minnesota firefighters have FREE access to expert, confidential, trauma-informed mental health resources statewide. To access these mental health resources available to all Minnesota firefighters and their families, call 888-784-6634 or visit https://mnfireinitiative.com/hhap/#MAP.

We're counting down the days until the Murph Memorial Day Challenge! Will you be joining us? Find out more about the workout and the event on the website. 50% of the proceeds will go to support MnFIRE's mission! www.memorialdaychallenge.com/ ... See MoreSee Less

Were counting down the days until the Murph Memorial Day Challenge! Will you be joining us? Find out more about the workout and the event on the website. 50% of the proceeds will go to support MnFIREs mission! https://www.memorialdaychallenge.com/
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