Cleveland Cavaliers star Kevin Love is known as one of the foremost advocates of mental health wellbeing. And to continue his advocacy, the Cavs big man is backing the world's first mental health gym.

Back in March 2018, Love wrote a heartfelt essay about his mental health struggles and his mission. He courageously admitted having a nervous breakdown in the Cavs' locker room. As such, he knows very well how important mental health is to everyone.

“Mental health isn’t just an athlete thing. What you do for a living doesn’t have to define who you are. This is an everyone thing,” Love wrote, per the Players' Tribune. “No matter what our circumstances, we’re all carrying around things that hurt — and they can hurt us if we keep them buried inside. Not talking about our inner lives robs us of really getting to know ourselves and robs us of the chance to reach out to others in need.”

The Cavs star then created the “Kevin Love Fund,” which provides the necessary tools for people who are struggling with their mental health. And recently, he is also one of the investors of Coa, which is labeled as the first mental health gym in the world.

Dr. Emily Anhalt, the Co-Founder & Chief Clinical Officer of Coa, explained what exactly a mental health gym is:

“Mental fitness isn’t one and done. You can’t do it for a weekend or a week and then think that you’re good,” Anhalt says, per Evan Bleier of InsideHook via Yahoo Sports. ”It’s an ongoing process, a regimen, a routine that you do over time. So our classes will create space for people to practice with regularity and we definitely hope they’ll practice solo. But we also know something really special happens in a group setting, and we hope people will keep coming back to hone their skills and maintain that community.”

Without a doubt, Love is true to his word. Apart from making waves in the hardcourt with the Cavs, he's also making strides in aid of mental health.