IRON BROTHERHOOD RETURNS TO THE CAVE THIS SATURDAY!

Iron Brotherhood started about 5 years ago to give men in our community a chance to part of something bigger than themselves.

One of the biggest things I have seen personally is feeling  the loss of the brotherhood we had in  the military. That brotherhood is irreplacable.

However, men can be part of another brotherhood, and that’s what we are all about.

Both veterans and civilians are welcome here. It’s important for vets to get to know and train  with the civilian guys. Civilians need to get  better understanding of  veterans  by working side by side with them.

At Iron Brotherhood, we all fight against  the iron together.

Our motto  is “A common struggle build an uncommon bond”.

Men need a place to be men without apology, without political correctness being jammed down their throats  by the warped cultutre that surrounds them. 

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Though it doesn’t coast a dime money-wise, it will cost youy a lot of  hard work, sweat equity, hooting, hollering and a voracious appetite for BBQ.

Yes, we will mess with you and bust your chops. That’s all part of the manhood journey.

We lift big and eat big, and we do that together.

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We get together the first Saturday of each month  at the Cave.

We a start training  at 4:30 pm and we get done whenever the feasting is over.

Come hang out with us!

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Published by ironcave1

I am the owner of the Cave, a strength-based, veteran-owned, unconventional coaching facility. Our training is old school style, and it gets results!

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