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The Cause

United to build brighter futures for at-risk youth.

The RPM Iron Compass Initiative and Steve's Club have a shared mission... to bring fitness, mentorship, and community at a low or no-cost structure to at-risk and underserved youth.

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Your Jumps Make a Difference.

Proceeds from last year's 10k Challenge allowed us to fund 6 new Steve's Club chapters through our Iron Compass Initiative.

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STEVE'S CLUB

FEATURED ATHLETE

Tatyana

Tatyana

Fearless Athletics Steve's Club

A senior in high school, this high performing student, who is also on the debate team, started CrossFit about 2 years ago. Tatyana is the youth representative on SCNP’s Board of Directors, the Co-Chair of the newly formed Youth Advisory Committee, a Leadership Camp alumna, and a senior member of...

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Tatyana

Tatyana

Fearless Athletics Steve's Club

A senior in high school, this high performing student, who is also on the debate team, started CrossFit about 2 years ago. Tatyana is the youth representative on SCNP’s Board of Directors, the Co-Chair of the newly formed Youth Advisory Committee, a Leadership Camp alumna, and a senior member of Fearless Athletics Steve’s Club. This year, she and SCNP Board Member Jennifer Hunter-Marshall are piloting a formal mentorship program for youth of color to provide additional supports during this highly racialized time.

“When I walk into the box, I feel comfortable and like I belong there,” said Tatyana. “I saw so many strong women training and it was really empowering…I think working out like that gives you a new sense of confidence in your body and confidence in your capabilities.”

Tatyana thinks that women in CrossFit break the stigma around strong women and women in sports. “They show that you can do anything you put your mind to,” she says. “If you work hard, push your limits, and have faith in yourself you can achieve great things.”

Tatyana credits SCNP’s Summer Leadership Camp with helping her to step out of her comfort zone. “I remember climbing up the rope ladder of the obstacle course, having no idea how high it was,” she notes. “I have a fear of falling from high places and I remember just climbing and climbing and trying not to look down. I could feel my arms and legs burning and I was in utter panic. I got halfway up and could hear my coach telling me that I could stop, but something in me made me keep going all the way to the top. I did something that I never thought I could accomplish!” Tatyana also values Camp because it has allowed her to open up and be vulnerable with people who had been through similar experiences. “It’s about building skills needed in life and developing characteristics needed in the real world.”

Tatyana Tatyana

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Emily

Emily

Prevail Strength For Life

Emily first found her Local Steve’s Club, Prevail Strength for Life, two and half years ago after following in the footsteps of her older brother. She wanted to get in shape and become stronger, and she thought Prevail would be able to help her with this goal. "I discovered Steve’s...

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Emily

Emily

Prevail Strength For Life

Emily first found her Local Steve’s Club, Prevail Strength for Life, two and half years ago after following in the footsteps of her older brother. She wanted to get in shape and become stronger, and she thought Prevail would be able to help her with this goal. "I discovered Steve’s Club through my older brother, who begged me over and over to join him but I always said no...until the day that I finally gave in and it was the best decision of my life.” One of Emily’s new goals is to become a CrossFit coach when she’s old enough.

When asked how Steve’s Club has impacted her, Emily explained, “I now have a strong positive body image, which is something I struggled with in the past. I use CrossFit as a positive outlet for stress, I’ve made new friends, and the commitment and discipline I’ve learned through Steve’s Club translates to my school work.”

Emily had the opportunity to attend Leadership Camp for two consecutive years and has had a great experience. “I loved getting to meet other kids like me, and I’m still in touch with the friends I made. I learned a lot about myself including what kind of leader I am,” she said. She continues, “Because of the influence that Steve’s Club had on me, I wanted to make a difference for the organization as well, so I joined the Youth Advisory Committee.”

As a member of SCNP’s Youth Advisory Committee, Emily helps to set Steve’s Club priorities, including how to direct funds raised from the 10k Challenge for YAC initiatives such as providing scholarships to help Steve’s Club athletes receive postsecondary education at technical and trade schools, community colleges, and four-year colleges. The YAC has committed to using its funding for beneficial, inclusive, and notable causes that improve our community and athletes.

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Grace

Grace

Steve's Club Nashville

Grace was introduced to Steve’s Club Nashville in December of 2018. She was searching for an affordable weightlifting gym to continue pursuing her interest in competing in the sport but was having trouble finding one that her family could afford. Her school’s Athletic Director told her about Steve’s Club, and...

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Grace

Grace

Steve's Club Nashville

Grace was introduced to Steve’s Club Nashville in December of 2018. She was searching for an affordable weightlifting gym to continue pursuing her interest in competing in the sport but was having trouble finding one that her family could afford. Her school’s Athletic Director told her about Steve’s Club, and Grace was instantly attracted to the fun and friendly environment and community she found there.

Grace struggled with depression in middle school prior to joining Steve’s Club. “Being a part of Steve’s Club has been a great outlet for my stress, and a place to share my problems with people I trust,” Grace said. “When I feel like giving up it’s my community that keeps me going! Steve’s Club is my home away from home and helps me stay in a positive mindset.”

At Leadership Camp last summer Grace was challenged physically, but working hard alongside others was a reminder for her that she’s not alone. The support and encouragement from the other athletes, volunteers, and coaches helped her thrive. Grace said that camp helped her grow as a leader, “I learned that it’s okay for a leader to not always have the answers because the people around you can help. A leader listens and makes sure everyone’s ideas are heard.”

Grace plans to attend college to study mechanical engineering. She credits Steve’s Club and her coaches with teaching her to work hard to achieve her goals. One of the priorities of the Youth Advisory Committee that will be supported by funds from the 10k Challenge is to subsidize gym memberships for Steve’s Club alumni to help them stay connected to the fitness community.

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Ray

Ray

Steve's Club Denver

Despite how badly he wanted to be, Ray was not athletic as a kid. He grew up in a complicated household and struggled with his weight and deep gender dysphoria. Ray was introduced to Steve’s Club Denver in January 2018 where he found a community of unconditional acceptance and support....

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Ray

Ray

Steve's Club Denver

Despite how badly he wanted to be, Ray was not athletic as a kid. He grew up in a complicated household and struggled with his weight and deep gender dysphoria. Ray was introduced to Steve’s Club Denver in January 2018 where he found a community of unconditional acceptance and support. “Being in a community unified through struggle, inside of the gym and out, allowed me to feel a true sense of belonging for the first time,” said Ray. “Steve’s Club has taught me to be proud of my body for more than what it looks like. It’s taught me to be proud of my body for what it can do.”

Ray has had the opportunity to attend Summer Leadership Camp for three consecutive years, which has only strengthened his belief that his favorite part of Steve’s Club is the community. His worries about what other campers would think of him were quickly erased, and he instantly felt reassured by the unconditional friendliness and acceptance that was shown to him. So much so, that he even opened up and shared about his gender dysphoria and anxiety with the group, which he hadn’t been able to articulate for years. Ray explained, “Leadership Camp made me personally understand the value of community, and has taught me how to uphold community as a leader back home.”

Ray received his CFL1 in October 2019 and, in addition to being a member of SCNP’s Youth Advisory Committee, he is currently a coach for Mighty Movement Academy, a youth weightlifting club. He hopes to inspire and push people to achieve things they don’t think are possible. Ray also hopes to attend Colorado State University in the near future.

Donations from the 10k Challenge earmarked for the Youth Advisory Committee will help to provide funding for alumni like Ray to purchase equipment for at-home fitness training and Steve’s Club virtual workouts.

Ray Ray

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Sapjah

Sapjah

Steve's Club Camden

Despite her petite stature, Sapjah can deadlift 175 pounds. She started a girl’s wrestling team when others began to take notice of her wrestling on a boy’s team.

Sapjah embodies all that Steve’s Club strives for: strength, courage, determination and an unwavering spirit that is always in the service of...

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Sapjah

Sapjah

Steve's Club Camden

Despite her petite stature, Sapjah can deadlift 175 pounds. She started a girl’s wrestling team when others began to take notice of her wrestling on a boy’s team.

Sapjah embodies all that Steve’s Club strives for: strength, courage, determination and an unwavering spirit that is always in the service of others. The child of Mexican immigrants, proud of her Christian identity, she is a family-centered young woman growing up in a tight family of six.

Drawn to Steve’s Club because her two older siblings had participated and she saw a dramatic change in them, Sapjah wanted to be a part of it too. Once shy, reserved and almost scared, training gave her strength and she began to see that her mind was the only limit to her accomplishments.

“We tend to bring ourselves down,” says Sapjah. “We have a mentality that limits us from getting better.” But Sapjah recognizes that it is within each of us to grow through learning, engaging and leading. “My experience at Leadership Camp was truly incredible. It helped me push myself and build my confidence,” she continues. “We explored the idea that we can take comfort in discomfort, recognizing that strength is built from stretching ourselves, and I love that!”

A member of SCNP’s Youth Advisory Committee, Sapjah helped to identify four priorities that will be addressed through funding from the 10k Challenge, including a schedule of peer-led virtual workouts and classes!

Sapjah Sapjah

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Paa

Paa

Steve's Club Nashville

Paa joined Steve's Club in 2019 after his friend Grace introduced him to Coach Rebecca Brown, former owner of CrossFit Music City. Paa was on the Weightlifting Team in his high school.

“My personal connection to the Steve's Club program is the feeling of family and inclusiveness I gain whenever...

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Paa

Paa

Steve's Club Nashville

Paa joined Steve's Club in 2019 after his friend Grace introduced him to Coach Rebecca Brown, former owner of CrossFit Music City. Paa was on the Weightlifting Team in his high school.

“My personal connection to the Steve's Club program is the feeling of family and inclusiveness I gain whenever I'm around or virtually talking to members of the program,” he says. “This connection grew after the last in-person Steve's Club Leadership Camp in 2019. I joined the Youth Advisory Committee to advocate for the growth of the Steve's Club program.”

Paa believes that there are many great teens and young adults with talents both inside and outside of gyms that could be helped through the Steve's Club program.

“The YAC needs funding to support our initiatives such as virtual workout sessions, scholarship opportunities, and gym memberships for alumni members,” he continues. “The funding received from the 10k will be used to help purchase equipment for Steve’s Club athletes who need it, to provide scholarships for athletes who graduate high school to attend postsecondary education, and to lend a hand in paying for gym memberships for Steve's Club alumni.” Steve’s Club athletes who age out of the program often still need the support and resources that the program offers, even well after they graduate high school.

Paa is committed to contributing and giving back to the organization. “I strongly believe there is so much good that the Youth Advisory Committee, in partnership with Steve's Club and CrossFit, can accomplish together!”

Paa Paa

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