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Chris Evans gets a little help from his dog while taking part in The 22 Push-up Challenge

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Sarah Mulé
Chris Evans attends the U.K. premiere of Captain America: Civil War at Westfield in London on April 26, 2016. The actor posted a video to Twitter on Monday of his submission for The 22 Push-up Challenge. File Photo by Paul Treadway/ UPI
Chris Evans attends the U.K. premiere of "Captain America: Civil War" at Westfield in London on April 26, 2016. The actor posted a video to Twitter on Monday of his submission for The 22 Push-up Challenge. File Photo by Paul Treadway/ UPI | License Photo

LOS ANGELES, Aug. 17 (UPI) -- After he was challenged by John Krasinski, Chris Evans posted a video to Twitter on Monday of his submission for The 22 Push-up Challenge.

The Challenge, originally started by the veteran's foundation Honor, Courage, Commitment, Inc., calls on people -- much like the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge did -- to post a video to social media of them completing 22 push-ups to bring awareness to the 22 veterans who commit suicide on a daily basis.

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Evans accepted the challenge and was assisted by his dog, Dodger, who seemed to think it was play time.

Dodger gained a little bit of fame earlier this year when Evans shared a video with Jimmy Fallon of Dodger sitting on top of Evan's niece.

Evans and Krasinski are joined by other celebrities like Kevin Hart, Chris Pratt and Anna Ferris, Dwayne Johnson and Scott Eastwood who've also participated in the challenge.

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