Rise And Grind with Brittany Warly


Rise And Grind With Brittany Warly by Brittany Warly   I am a 20 year-old triplet, triathlete, and mechanical engineering/engineering management student at the University of Colorado at Boulder. I did not grow up with a background in any of the three disciplines of triathlon; I grew up playing tennis. I moved away from home at the age of thirteen ...

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Mark H. Wilson; A Coach For Everyone!

Mark H. Wilson

A Coach for Everyone! by Mark H. Wilson I have always been interested in helping people through my teaching and coaching gifts. Being a part of a group has been my experience all along such as sports, singing, directing races, etc. The one thing I’ve noticed about working with others is that they need to know that you are going ...

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Melanie Bocock And The Endurance Sisterhood

Melanie Bocock

Melanie Bocock And The Endurance Sisterhood by Melanie Bocock I remember back in the middle of 2009 I found myself 60 pounds overweight and trying to live and work productively despite suffering chronic struggles with depression and anxiety. For some reason I had packed on the pounds over a period of eight years.  What started as postpartum depression, combined with ...

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Aimee Smith, Loses 222 Pounds To Become A Triathlete

Aimee Smith

by Aimee Smith   I’ve always been overweight – graduated high school at 300 pounds and kept going from there. Food was used in my family for all emotions – from celebrations to coping and everything in between. I remember vividly going from one fast food joint to another in search of the perfect meal – burger from one, fries ...

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Ironwoman For Hope

Amber McAdoo

by Amber McAdoo I am 25 years old, and grew up in the small town of Conneaut, Ohio.  I joined the Air Force at the age of 18, and just recently separated from service as a SSgt after 6 years on active duty.  I was stationed in Germany for three years, got deployed to the middle east, and then moved to Florida.  ...

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