66 Days

This is the magic pixie dust we all think is going to come floating into our lives when we start a workout program or begin meal prepping to keep us on track. Whether we’re recommitting to fitness or brand new to it, this is the sought-after and seemingly elusive catalyst we all wait for to keep us going. We look at people in better shape and wonder how they never seem to skip a workout, how they stay so inspired all the time.


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A Negative Mind Will Never Give You a Positive Result

To this point, I’ve been more direct about my advice in these posts than personal. But as a writer maybe that’s what’s missing for me in these blogs, and possibly for my few readers as well… The purpose of these pieces is to connect- me to you, you to nutrition and wellness strategies, and to connect all of us better as a community. That being said, I think it’s time I shared something a little different in hopes it inspires even one of you.


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UNAA Comp Recap

What a day! We had our first UNAA Area qualifier this past Saturday, and it was pretty awesome! The team at Warrior Tech made everything run so smoothly, and everyone seemed to have a good time. We had some incredible media coverage both before and during the event. We had some awesome sponsors hook us up with pretty sweet prizes. We had a ton of spectators, and some amazing talent tackle the course. I couldn’t have asked for the day to go any better.


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Challenge Accepted

I never back down from a challenge.

It’s not a problem I have. It’s a gift. That’s right, I’m calling it a gift.

When people hear that I don’t back down, their immediate reaction is that I am competitive. Which, partly is true. However, looking back, recent challenges have 100% changed my life far better than I could have ever imagined.


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This Ninja Stuff is Hard

I hear that a lot when people come in for open rig and play on our rig. Ninja stuff is unlike any other sport. It’s demanding on the upper body and very exhausting. Most new people always note how tired they are after their first run through of the rig. A lot of people look at the obstacles we have and say “There’s no way I can do that”. And I always say “Not with that attitude”. And then they roll their eyes and stop talking to me.


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