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When Your Back Is Against The Wall

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There are going to be moments in your life when your back is against the wall. When you’re tired, scared, and hurting, there is going to seem like there is no way out. It is going to seem like no matter what you do, you cannot prevail. You are going to want to quit. You are going to want to give in. In those moments – oh and there will be more than one – …

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Why You Need To Fight For Faith

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You are meant for something great. You are capable. You have never been more valuable than in this moment right now. Your dreams were given to you for a reason. Hold tight to that reason. I firmly believe that you are capable of obtaining whatever your heart longs for. I know that you can and that you will, if you simply stay the course. Some days are an uphill battle. Other days you have all …

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How to Find Joy in the Journey

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“Consider it pure joy, my brothers and sisters, whenever you face trials of many kinds, because you know that the testing of your faith produces perseverance.” – James 1:2-3 The journey is never “easy,” nor would you want it to be. In fact, the journey is usually tough… I mean really, really tough. It is daunting and riddled with challenges that you may never see coming. Being a CrossFit Games competitor has been anything but “easy.” Days are …

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“Açaí“ Bowls: A Work in Progress

In Blog by Genasee Sager2 Comments

Who actually knows with 100% certainty how to pronounce açaí?? Cole had been wanting to try an açaí bowl for years, so when we had the chance in LA a couple weeks ago, we took it! We split an açaí bowl from Roots & Rye. I believe my exact words were, “This is ten times better than I was anticipating!” What sold us was the chia pudding texture and toasted coconut bits. So when we …

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Full Send!

In Blog by Cole Sager2 Comments

This is how I have always tried to live my life. But it didn’t come naturally. I started off shy and hesitant. I second guessed myself. I stopped and analyzed, underestimated, and tiptoed my way through navigating my goals. However, athletics taught me something amazing. If I wanted to excel at a skill, task, or position, I had to commit and go all in! I had to be able to analyze on the run. I …