The MVP Team is comprised of a blend of combat veterans, players, coaches, and mentors. Men and women who understand what it means to overcome adversity and who rise to face every challenge. We recognize that greatness lies inside each and every one of these warriors and consider it our responsibility. It is MVP's privilege to ensure it emerges on a different field of battle giving that sense of family once again when the uniform comes off. 



Jay Glazer is best known for his work on FOX, covering the NFL and UFC. He has long been recognized as the nation's Top Insider for his role on the award-winning FOX NFL Sunday, where he consistently breaks huge news stories. Jay's success is attributed to his strong relationships with players, coaches and executives, and the respect he is accorded for being a man who is loyal, honest and hard working. 

Glazer, who has a deep background in mixed martial arts, is revered as a coach who created MMA Athletics, the first ever mixed martial arts cross training program for pro athletes. In the NFL alone he and his coaches have trained nearly over 200 players. 

Last year, Glazer opened Unbreakable Performance Center in Hollywood, CA with Bears future Hall Of Famer LB Brian Urlacher and the three-time Olympic team captain of the US Women's volleyball team, Lindsey Berg. In July of this year, Unbreakable was named by Yahoo as "The Most Elite Gym in America."

Unbreakable will be one of the destinations for Empowering Retreats with our soldiers and players. 



Jason Borba is a veteran of the United States Army, and served as a combat infantryman in Iraq. During his time in the Army, Jason was also an Army combat instructor.

Prior to joining Unbreakable Performance Center as a Striking Coach and Trainer, Jason was a professional MMA fighter. As a combat veteran, Jason embodies the heart and the soul of the MVP program, and spent a week at Boulder Crest Retreat in October 2013.






Nate Boyer is what many would deem a renaissance man.  The former active-duty Green Beret is also a world traveler, a philanthropist and community leader, and a professional athlete as a former member of the Seattle Seahawks.

Nate connected with Jay Glazer in February 2015, when he walked into Unbreakable asking Jay to help him get a shot in the NFL - as a 34-year old rookie long snapper! 

"I never trained a rookie with gray in his beard," Glazer joked, but after fully reading up on him I said, "Nate, I know what you've done but I don't know what you CAN'T do. I'm in, let's do this." 

After joining the US Army in 2005, Boyer earned the coveted Green Beret in December, 2006.  He was stationed in Okinawa throughout most of 2007 with 1st Special Forces Group.  In April of 2008, Nate was deployed with ODA 0324 10th Special Forces Group to Iraq and served his tour of duty until January of 2009.  He then served tours in Afghanistan from April-August, 2013 (Special Operations Joint Task Force-Afghanistan) and from April-August, 2014 (ODA 3116 3rd Special Forces Group).  In addition to his deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan, Boyer completed a number of JCET (Joint Command Exchange Training) Missions to Israel (2009), Bulgaria (2011), and Greece (2012).

A five-year player for the Texas Longhorns, Boyer served as the No. 1 long snapper on PAT/FG’s his last three seasons and also handled punt-snapping duties during 2013-14.  He played in 39 career games.  In 2012 Boyer received the Disney Spirit Award at the ESPN College Football Awards, which is given to the most inspirational figure in college football. In 2013 the National Football Foundation awarded him with the coveted Legacy Award. He was named to the 2014 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team, which recognizes players whose charitable involvement and community service contributions stand out among all other student-athletes; was a three-time first-team Academic All-Big 12 choice (2012-14); and was first-team Capitol One Academic All-American in 2013.   Boyer was named 2012-13 Big 12 Sportsperson of the Year and in 2012 became the first-ever recipient of the Armed Forces Merit Award presented by the Football Writers Association of America (FWAA).  In January of 2015, he played in the Medal of Honor Bowl in Charleston, SC.

Read this "ESPN the Magazine" article about Nate

Boyer has embarked on a wealth of colorful adventures and life-changing experiences: he has backpacked solo throughout much of Europe and Central America, worked for a year on a fishing boat in San Diego, gone fly fishing in Kamchatka in Russia, worked as a big brother and mentor for children diagnosed with Autism, and volunteered at Refugee Camps in the Darfur region of Sudan/Chad border. He continues to be actively engaged with several Veteran’s Service Organizations as well as several other non-profits.

Boyer’s belief that “Anything is Possible” has served him well throughout his life and has made him especially fit to speak about finding one’s passions and living with purpose for other people. Nate’s can-do attitude is contagious and his inspirational story resounds with any audience; students, veterans, businesspersons, athletes and people from all walks of like can take something away from his unique story.



A long-time friend and sparring partner of Jay Glazer, Randy Couture is an actor, UFC Champion, former collegiate and Greco-Roman wrestler, and served in the U.S. Army 101st Airborne from 1982-1988. 

Combatants of all kinds look up to Randy for what he’s been able to do in the cage and how caring he is outside of it. He is the most loyal dude who’s ever coached with us at Unbreakable, running practice for our NFL players with nothing to gain except to make others great.
— Jay Glazer

After completing his military service, Randy decided to begin working as an assistant wrestling and strength conditioning coach at Oregon State University. By December of 1997, at the age of 33, Randy made his debut into the world of professional fighting, claiming victory in the Heavyweight division of his first appearance in the UFC. Soon after, Randy scored a Technical Knock Out victory against Brazilian "Phenom," Vitor Belfrod and became known as Randy "The Natural" Couture. With over 25 years of training in freestyle and Greco-Roman wrestling, Randy's preferred method of offense in mixed martial arts competition was what is commonly referred to as "Ground and Pound." Although this method was Randy's token move, he also demonstrated a variety of skills in both boxing as well as Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Randy eventually moved down a weight class to the Light-Heavyweight division, where he would spend the remainder of his UFC career spanking out one victory after another, sometimes literally. Randy is to this day the only UFC competitor to hold titles in the both the Heavyweight and Light-Heavyweight divisions, and he was inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame in June of 2006.

Randy also dedicates time to running his own chain of gyms, Xtreme Couture MMA; a thriving clothing line, Xtreme Couturue MMA Clothing; a supplement company, Xtreme Couture Pharmaceuticals (XCAP); in the past commentated for the UFC and on Fox, and runs a non-profit, the Xtreme Couture MMA Foundation, dedicated to honoring the veterans of America's armed forces; and created MMAthletics with Jay Glazer, a company focused on training professional athletes from the various sports in the ways of mixed martial arts and teaching them how that training can be applied to their respective sport's discipline.