Muscle Help Foundation

The concept of authenticity is connected to creativity, the impetus to action must arise from our inner world not imposed by the outer world.

Detecting authenticity influences how I steer my ship through life, from every thought, decision, role or interaction.

Authenticity means erasing the gap between what you firmly believe inside and what you reveal to the outside world – Adam Grant

The Muscle Help Foundation (MHF) recently welcomed me as their 3rd Muscle ambassador. The role of a Muscle Ambassador is to grow the Muscle Warrior tribe, spread awareness through social media to keep the wonderful Muscle Dreams experiences alive.

Muscle Help Foundation’s CEO Michael McGrath was listed in 2015/2016 as one of the UK’s most influential disabled people. He comments that role models “have a really important responsibility to not only inspire tomorrow’s young people and lead by example but also make a commitment in helping others travel their own journey to achieve success.”

Michael McGrath is not only influential in terms of making wishes a reality, challenging the impossible or breaking down barriers but also in changing hearts and minds.

The philosophy of helping others to reach their full potential resonates with me. In fact, attending the 2012 Games Inspired Muscle Dreams event was the catalyst for me to realise my latent potential.


Michael McGrath’s energy and leadership, motivate you to be better, do better and hopefully a little bit of that magic lands on you to inspire the future. That is what authenticity is, construction blocks for a better future.

Our aim is simple: Deliver 657 Muscle Dreams for children and young people with Muscular Dystrophy – That’s one life-changing experience for every muscle in the human body.

Find out about the Muscle Help Foundation’s impact and discover how you can help us change lives and give hope … as we say, that’s the #powerof657.


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