Why not DO A SET WITH A VET!
Take the time within the VETERANS HEALTH WEEK to support a Veteran through learning a snippet of their fitness regime.
If your Veteran has a very long name, use their nickname or only the first 5 letters of their first name, otherwise enjoy a very long exercise routine with them.
During the VETERANS HEALTH week also take the time to understand our Veterans culture that includes, but is not limited to; the values, customs, traditions, philosophical principles, ethos, standards of behaviour, standards of discipline, teamwork, loyalty, selfless duty, rank, identity, hierarchy, ceremony and etiquette, cohesion, order and procedure, codes of conduct, implicit patterns of communication, and obedience to command.
Our Veterans culture may include a large diagnosis of Mental health, behavioural adjustment disorders, and stressors of military service that increases the risk of veterans having many concerns that may include but not limited to; PTSD, combat fatigue, traumatically induced structural injury, Depression, Suicide, Chronic pain, Amputations, Hazardous exposures, & Homelessness which may require Rehabilitation care. It is important to engage and embrace a VETERAN during these challenging times.