NFL Alumni’s Optimal Bowl and Wellness Challenge
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On June 30, 2019 the NFL Alumni™ and The American Cancer Society are taking the VTH Pro Football Legends Optimal Bowl to the next level and we want YOU to be a part of this event!
Union workers and their families will pack MetLife Stadium for an afternoon of laughter, fun, competition and experiences on the field where the Giants and Jets call home. Attendees will spend one on one time with the players and learn about their careers, victories and post-Pro athlete lives.
The 6 hour event includes:
- Touch football tournament for each age group
- “Kiddy Kombine” for the little ones who learn basic skills and enjoy safe supervised competitions
- Photos with players and the Super Bowl Trophy
- Memorabilia signings with players
- A Wellness and Financial Expo
- NFL Cheerleaders cheering on the field throughout event
- Half-time Show with live entertainment
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Harry Carson, Joe Morris, Dave Szott and Greg Buttle are our NFL Alumni participants that will compete in the Optimal Bowl and Wellness Challenge II, they will also be joined by others in the ultimate showdown of health and wellness.
Optimal Bowl & Wellness Challenge I
Optimal Bowl I featured Ottis Anderson, Jim Burt, Bruce Harper, Mark Mosely and Karl Nelson competing to improve their health and wellness. All the competitors were winners and successfully improved their health while educating the public about health and wellness.
Here’s what our participants are saying about The NFL Alumni’s Optimal Bowl and Wellness Challenge:
“I want to live to live until I can’t live. I don’t just want to live to an old age. I want to be healthy my entire life. I want to be able to ski, walk the dog, you name it. Through the Optimal Wellness Challenge I significantly improved my health and learned what I can do to live my entire life healthy”.
Jim Burt, Former NY Giant, Competitor Optimal Bowl I
“By participating in Optimal Bowl I we wanted to stress the point that some of us don’t realize just how important good health is until our good health is gone. Don’t wait until then to try to get it back, keep it while you have it and have no regrets later. You can always improve your health no matter what your condition is now and through my participation in the Optimal wellness Challenge I was able to make positive changes to my health and wellness.”
Bruce Harper, Former NY Jet, Competitor Optimal Bowl I
“I am awed by vast information the Optimal Wellness program collected about me that can affect my own fitness and wellness going forward in a very positive way! There will be lots changes needed in my life for me to reach a better me through this program! I want everyone watching us to also be successful in changing their own lives so all can live better with good health and an active lifestyle, Challenges are double edge sword for anybody facing them but with this competition being against our “little brothers ” the Jets it makes a little spicy. The Jet’s are going down and they must go down hard!”
Joe Morris, Former NY Giant, Competitor Optimal Bowl 1
The NFL Alumni’s Optimal Bowl and Wellness Challenge will benefit the following youth oriented charities and the charitable efforts of the NFL Alumni Association.