Mountains are everywhere both literally and figuratively. The process of training to climb a mountain teaches us more than the climb itself. Through physical hardship we learn to endure the actual hardship that life throws at us. Climbing a mountain is easy compared to the loss of a loved one, a cancer diagnosis, or a car crash, etc. What is your mountain? Share your #whatsyourmtn story with us and help inspire others to overcome any mountains that might be in their way.
We will be picking one story from submissions to come to The Lab for TOUGHFEST 2024 all expenses paid. Share your #whatsyourmtn story with your network and help bring out the best in everyone around you!
What "mountain" have you
overcome? What "mountain" are you climbing right now and why? (This could be getting ready for a hunt, race, hard event, improving
your health so you can be more active for your kids when you're
older, overcoming something in
If you do MTNTOUGH how has it helped you along the way? Or how has physical training helped you overcome your mountain?
How would you inspire/encourage other people to tap into their full potential, change their lives for the better, or achieve something great?
We want you to take a video of yourself talking about your mountain. Feel free to add in videos of you working out, or the overcoming of "your mountain".
This is a real story coming from you because you know what it takes to tackle the mountain and overcome hardship in life.
Try and shoot your content after a killer workout. You are not limited on the number of #whatsyourmtn stories that you want to share. Make sure to start the video with 'This is my mountain and end with asking those watching "what's your mountain"?
Share your mountain video & images on your favorite social media platform.
Or email a vertically shot video or photos to [email protected]. ***Tag MTNTOUGH*** in the post so we can reshare.
Use #whatsyourmtn in the post Follow #whatsyourmtn to learn more about other people's stories