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5 Steps to Creating a BADASS TO DO List

We are constantly striving to do more, reach new goals and figuring out ways to be successful. Sometimes we look for those quick and easy ways to get results, but in the end the most long-lasting results are the product of hard work and there is no way of getting around it. So how can you get started on reaching those goals? Well, here are 5 steps to identifying your goals and taking the leap to success. 

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Badass Comeback Pt. 4 Three Weeks Post OP

Today marks three weeks post op. If I look too much to others and compare myself to other people’s recovery I can get discouraged or maybe cocky. But what I have to realize that this is MY journey and I need to do what I need to do, when I need to do it. I have a lot of support from all different directions and look forward to the next few weeks of making progress.  There is no doubt that I will have to be reigned in at some point from feeling so good, but that is why I have a physical therapist that knows where I was and where I want to be. 

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Changing the Perspective in 10 Steps

Being a badass isn't just about kicking ass in your sport, but it's about kicking ass in life. Can you adapt and overcome obstacles and comeback from it even stronger? Hell ya you can! And HELL YA I WILL!

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Las Vegas Spartan Super 2015

As a Spartan SGX coach I get to help others achieve something that can't be priced. The empowerment one gets from finishing a Spartan race is undeniable. You are tested not only physically, but mentally and emotionally. You get stronger, build confidence and have a sense of empowerment that can make one feel UNBREAKABLE.

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A Hill to Remember, Malibu Sprint 2015

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A Hill to Remember, Malibu Sprint 2015

One year ago I was lining up at a start line, freezing cold, not knowing what to expect and wondering what it was I was going to have to do. I told myself I was going to take it easy, but once we were released to go, I took off into the unexpected. The cold, rainy weather, mud and ice cold water was only a piece of what I was experiencing. Along the way I was running up steep hills, climbing over walls, crawling under what felt like a mile of barb wire, climbing ropes and doing burpees in the mud. I managed to finish and never felt so alive. That day was December 7th, 2013 in Malibu, CA at the Spartan Malibu Sprint, the day that marks the date when I would never be the same. 

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