Navy SEAL Foundation Announces Launch of TEAMWORK Challenge

The Navy SEAL Foundation (NSF) is pleased to announce the launch of the TEAMWORK Fitness Challenge, a new athletic fundraising event inspired by the Navy SEAL Physical Screening Test (PST). The challenge will include pull-ups, push-ups, sit-ups, and a three-mile timed run and participants can join in from anywhere around the world. The in-person event will be held in San Diego, California, on October 16th, and all fundraisers will be eligible to earn TEAMWORK gear and prizes.

Registration for the event is now open and participants can choose to register as individuals or they can create or join a team. The event highlights the importance of teamwork within the SEAL community, and participants will depend on their teammates to count repetitions and be a source of motivation during the challenge.

“We encourage everyone to think big when it comes to being a part of a nation of support for our service members and families, and the TEAMWORK Challenge is a great opportunity to do that,” said Robin King, CEO of the Foundation. “COVID created so much isolation and separation for many of us, and as we move forward as a nation, it’s important for people to reconnect with friends and colleagues. The NSF’s TEAMWORK Challenge is a perfect occasion to do that.”

King continued, “SEALs depend on their teammates to meet their mission, and the same is true for the Navy SEAL Foundation. We hope that the TEAMWORK Challenge will inspire everyone to connect and join in supporting these warriors and families as teammates.”

To learn more about the TEAMWORK Fitness Challenge, or to register to participate or volunteer, visit


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