VersaClimber [Fitness Equipment] Raises Money for Wounded Warrior Project

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VersaClimber puts on successful benefit seminar that featured world class 5x World Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Champion, Caio Terra. Caio donated his time by instructing and teaching more than 60 people on the popular self-defense martial art known as Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. The charitable event was hosted at Total MMA Studios in Tustin, CA.

Caio Terra, 5x World Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Champion and VersaClimber put on and the help from Total MMA Studios raised $1,000 -- all donated to the Wounded Warrior Project.

Caio took time from his busy training schedule to put on a 3 hour BJJ (Brazilian Jiu Jitsu) seminar for those wanting to learn from a legendary Jiu Jitsu champion and to donate to a great cause. More than 60 people showed up and donate to Wounded Warrior Project while learning tips and technique first hand from a BJJ super star. The event seminar took place at Total MMA Studios in Tustin, CA -- a mixed martial arts training center specializing in BJJ, MMA, boxing, Muay Thai and more.

"VersaClimber continuous to support and donate to WWP, we are very passionate about helping wounded soldiers and veterans ... it was a successful event to raise money for our wounded military heroes--we thank Caio Terra for his time and all those who contributed."

Brett Collins
National Sales & Marketing Mgr.
VersaClimber USA

Wounded Warrior Project raises awareness and enlist the public's aid for the needs of injured service members and their families.

VersaClimber, made in the USA for over 30 years, is a highly effective cardio exercise trainer; burning more fat and calories, in less time, than treadmills, bikes and ellipticals. It is also a favorite amongst personal trainers, chiropractors, strength and conditioning coaches, sport teams, health clubs and professional athletes.

For more information about the Versaclimber, please click or call 1.800.237.2271

Caio Terra -- Modern Jiu Jitsu

Total MMA Studios

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