Outdoor Adventure Team
USOHRCV’s Outdoor Adventure Team (OAT) is a peer-led health and wellness program designed for service members and their families to connect over physical challenges to encourage sustainable healthy living. OAT activities focus on four core pillar; wellness, sleep, nutrition, and resiliency, and have the adaptability and scalability to include wounded, ill, or injured service members as a supplement to their ongoing physical rehabilitation efforts. Our OAT program treats the warrior and the family as a comprehensive unit, believing that engaging together in physical activity not only provides valuable opportunities for creating lasting memories, but that these moments and shared experiences fortify against future struggles associated with the demanding needs of a military lifestyle.
Our programs forward sight is expanding our aperture and allow our lateral limits to reach out to all by bringing the OAT Pillars of Wellness, Sleep, Nutrition, and Resilience to reality. We strive to create a culture that will carry our military on to a healthier lifestyle path for our future generations of warfighters and their families. The Outdoor Adventure Team (OAT) is a peer-led recovery and resiliency program for active duty, wounded, ill & injured service members and their families.
Currently, our OAT home base is an indoor Wahoo Kickr Studio where bicycle resistance is controlled automatically to match each rider’s target power output for the ultimate personalized group workout. We also hold outdoor group rides when weather permits. Cycling is our flagship program; however, we currently also hold the following:
-Women’s Running Group
And are in the process of adding the following:
The possibilities are endless! Current participants include cyclists of all experience levels, tri-athletes, nutritionists, physical therapists, swimmers and runners. GEICO Military is our Major Sponsor for the Program as well as numerous others that make this a life-changing experience.
The USOHRCV staff and Program Director who is running our OAT program is Johnny Ayo. He retired after 20 years of service in the United States Marine Corps. He enjoys giving back to the warriors and families who have given so much this country.
Follow the below links and if you want to be added to our weekly schedule and Distribution list of events, please fill out the form below.
Below are Videos and additional links for the program:
Outdoor Adventure Team Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9f_cYw15l6E
Indoor Studio Ride Calendar: https://www.kickrstudio.com/locations/64-uso-oat/classes
Cycling Club: https://www.strava.com/clubs/USOHRCVOAT
All Sports Club: https://www.strava.com/clubs/USOHRCVOATALLSPORTS
Running Club: https://www.strava.com/clubs/USOHRCVOATRUNNING
Latest Strava Cycling Club Rides:
Latest Strava Running Club Workouts:
Latest Strava All Sports Club Workouts:
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