Published on June 1st, 2015 | by Millennium Magazine Staff


Former Gamecock Langston Moore Will Host Third Annual Eat2Win Football Camp

Columbia, SC- Former Gamecock and NFL player Langston Moore will host his third annual camp for children ages 7–17 June 13th from 9:00am to 2:30pm. This FREE one day camp will provide attendees with information about living a healthy lifestyle and give local youth the opportunity to interact with both college and former NFL football players.

Moore conceptualized the Eat2Win football camp, which he calls a (FUN)damental camp for children 9-17. Eat stands for Effort, Attitude and Technique and during the one-day camp Moore and his grouping of South Carolina All-Stars focus on showing those in attendance what it takes to a have healthy lifestyle to go along with eating habits that in turn will combine for long-term success. Moore’s Eat2Win football camp also incorporates parents and guardians too.

“I lost my father my second year at Carolina. Losing one of my biggest fans and examples of strength in my life was a tremendous eye opener,” Moore stated. “It made me realize no one was immune to the effects of poor health and that being proactive with my own health was paramount to my success on and off the field.”

Studies show that South Carolina has one of the highest rates of diabetes at 11.6 percent of the adult population and more than 1.1 million adults are obese in the state.

Moore and other former Gamecocks were trying to make an impact through various camps and speaking engagements on their own until one day they realized there was a need in the same town that supported their college life. Together, Moore and two other former Gamecocks and NFL players Preston Thorne and Jon Alston formed Eat2Win to combat the poor health in the Columbia area.

“With the Eat2Win camp, we use football as a catalyst for discussion and education to remind folks that they are responsible for their own health and well-being. We know that habits play a key role in a healthy lifestyle so our goal is to give as many resources as we can to cultivate these positive habits,” Moore stated.

Attendees are encouraged to pre register here:

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