More and more people are getting involved and they all have a different story to tell. Read regular updates on the difference that REORG is making.
Female police officer: I wouldn’t feel safe doing my job without jiu-jitsu
I have been a police officer for two years now, and patrolling the city streets there is potential for physical confrontation every time I go out. Being able to handle yourself...
REORG Rollathon 2022: let’s make the 24-hour jiu-jitsu extravaganza even bigger than last year
By Richard Holt Now is the time to sign up for the second edition of the record-breaking REORG Rollathon – an event that promises to be...
Michelle Waterson: vulnerability can be a strength
By UFC fighter, proud mother and REORG supporter Michelle Waterson-Gomez On the surface of it fighting is all about being tough. And of course this is true – as a fighter you...
REORG Open was the first time I fought another amputee
By Richard Holt The picture of two amputees holding their prosthetic legs aloft in celebration is one of the most memorable shots from the REORG Open. They look so delighted,...
My 26-hour swim around the Isle of Wight was totally worth every tough moment
By Army Officer Jessica French The distance around the Isle of Wight is 96km – about 62 miles – but that is assuming you swim in a straight line. As I discovered, there is...
REORG Swim: come and join us as we swim for two world records
By Mark Ormrod For some reason a lot of people don’t like the idea of swimming in the sea. Maybe they think it’s going to be too cold, or they are worried something might bite...
When injury brings your life to a stop, it can put you in a rough place
By Andy Godfrey, Royal Marines Commando and Exercise Rehabilitation Instructor I joined the Royal Marines in 2005 and I have completed four tours of Afghanistan. Personally I...
When you leave the military, it can feel like your life is over
By Army veteran and Combat Fuel founder Alex Berezynskyj I served just shy of seven years in 1st Battalion The Royal Anglian Regiment, an infantry battalion of the Queen’s...
I don’t know if my kids would still have a father without REORG
By support worker Dave Neville Long before I joined the Armed Forces I’d already been through a hell of a lot. I had an abusive, alcoholic father and a mother who tried to kill...
Armed Forces Day: your support means a lot￼
This Saturday 25th June is Armed Forces Day and it is a chance to say thank you to everyone who serves their country. As well as that, it is an opportunity a chance for members...
Sometimes you have no choice but to drag yourself along by your hands
By Justin Levene – wheelchair athlete and disability rights campaigner When I was younger I felt invincible. As a kid I never waited for...
Reorg Open jiu-jitsu championship: whole team excited about our first ever BJJ tournament
This summer’s Reorg Open promises to be a jiu-jitsu competition like no other, with an opportunity for competitors of all ability and disability levels to fight for medals, while...
UFC fighter: I went off the rails until a judge took a chance on me
By former Paratrooper and rising MMA star Cameron Else When I was in the Paratroop Regiment, my life was on a very clear path. I was part...
In the Marines you are constantly improving – when you leave, it is easy to get lost
By firefighter and former Royal Marine Ben Mitchell The Armed Forces is more than just a job. When you sign up to serve your country, you are agreeing to put your life on the...
Last year I went out of my comfort zone – now I’m asking you to do the same
By Mark Ormrod Last year it’s fair to say that I got a bit carried away with the charitable fundraising. I’m not quite sure how I was talked into it, but in one year I did a...
The military is tough, but life is not supposed to be easy
By former Special Forces operator Anthony ‘Staz’ Stazicker We are all driven by a desire to achieve. We know that staying still and stagnating is bad, so we are always looking...
Dark times teach you a lot about yourself
By REORG chairman and gym owner Trent Scanlen Bad times can hit when you least expect it. In my thirties I neglected my health and became overweight – too many corporate dinners...
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