When you start up a business the worst thing you can do is close up shop before getting a valuation of what it is worth.
Malachi 3:10 Bring ye all the tithes into the storehouse, that there may be meat in mine house, and prove me now herewith, saith the Lord of host, if I will not open you a windows of heaven, and pour you out a blessing, You can turn your whole life around on dime out of every dollar by giving it to a non for profit if you don’t go to church or if you do your church home.
Do you have questions about your body and how to navigate getting your health in order? We are in the same boat. During this episode we talk about the fundamentals of knowing your triggers, how to motivate yourself and letting go of fear on your wellness journey.
Ingredients: 1 head of Cauliflower (organic preferred), 2 green scallions, 2 stalks celery, handful of Cilantro, 2 boiled eggs, Salt, pepper, onion powder, garlic powder, paprika, Avocado Mayonnaise.
Separate the Cauliflower into small pieces and steam to tender about 5 minutes. I like to steam mine. Remove and add chopped boiled eggs. Cut green scallions, celery and cilantro into small size and add to bowl. Add seasonings and avocado Mayo. You can vary this, it’s pretty much like potato salad except you use Cauliflower and Avocado Mayo.
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Learn More About Coach Pain By Reading His Bio Below:
I am honored to share my story with you so that you can see the path that brought me to where I am today. You see, I believe that it is through difficult situations and great pain that the human spirit grows and character is developed. And my story is a testament to this.
I started in the fitness industry when I was only 18 years old, and I knew that it was where I belonged. I had always been into fitness and enjoyed being active throughout my whole childhood. I was involved in Martial Arts, Wrestling and Football throughout high school and was generally a very physical person.
I have been in the field for 26+ years and plan to stay here for many more. While I always enjoyed my work and was successful with it, I was not as passionate then as I am now. The passion didn’t come until much later. The passion came through the most painful loss I have ever experienced…the death of my mother.
It was my mother’s life: her sacrifices, support and guidance that made me the man I am today. It was her death that birthed a passion in me. After I lost my mother, I had a renewed sense of purpose; I vowed that I would make her proud. It was during this painful season that I realized that I was put here to help others, to guide others to be their best selves, and to continue striving to be my best too.
My parents were always an anchor for me. They raised my siblings and I to be the best we could be, instilling a deep faith and the principles of Respect, Love and Discipline; principles that I apply to everything I do even to this day. After my mother’s death, my father became a beacon for me. He demonstrated a great strength even through great tragedy. He inspires me to push through the pain and grow stronger through difficult situations.
Since then, I redefined my purpose. I became more passionate about helping others to reach their goals, but even more I longed to help them evolve into their best selves. I work with clients to help them move forward towards their future instead of dwelling on the past. One of my favorite analogies of this evolution is when a caterpillar becomes a butterfly. After the butterfly emerges from the cocoon, he never goes back to being a caterpillar. Once you start living as your true self and growing into your best self, you don’t go back to who you used to be.
Since this awakening, my path has led me towards many great career opportunities. I have worked as a Spartan SGX trainer and had the incredible honor of giving motivational speeches at Spartan and Battlefrog events along with at the OCR World Championships. I have spoken to groups of first responders and to youth at schools. When I speak, I do not write a script, I speak from the heart and in the moment. My hope with each motivational speech is that I connect to the hearts of the audience, that they will be able to feel my energy and passion and that it will ignite something inside of them too! I view every speaking opportunity as an honor and an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of others.
As far as training goes, I have developed my own unique style that represents who I am as a fitness coach. I have built the foundation for my training on my years of experience with various approaches. My training sessions are all about functional movement, but I am constantly changing things up to keep my clients interested and challenged. This style is not for everyone, but those who want to be pushed and who want to become mentally tough as well as physically strong love my combination of movements and motivation.
Ultimately it has been the painful situations in my life that have grown me the most. It is because of my loss and my struggles that I have become who I am today.
Who am I? I am confident. I am humble. I am hungry. I am eager. I am ambitious. I am hard-working. I am willing to do what it takes. I am Coach Pain.
I have over 26 years of experience in the fitness industry and as a motivational speaker. Some of my professional accomplishments include:
NPC 2011 Midwest Ironman Physique
American Ninja Warrior Participant – 2011, 2012
Jeet Kune Do & Wrestling Background (12 years)
Naval Special Warface Orientation Course Instructor
Announcer and Motivational Speaker For Spartan Race and BattleFrong Series
T.H.A.T Life Podcast was created to discuss topics affecting every area of life (spirituality, relationships, career and educational goals, pop culture and everything in between) in a real, entertaining and transformative way. The goal is to help individuals and families overcome obstacles and transition through life’s challenges. The hosts, Hiram & Gina, are passionate about seeing individuals, couples and families happy, whole, fulfilled and living their best lives.
The guys discuss how LinkedIn endorsements for mountain climbing are imperative for success, how lack of preparation and cheating is customary in the pianist community, and when a tow truck driver’s phone call outweighs a 70 ton crime.
This week, the Bummy Bears do some stuff! They spend a LONG TIME making fun (or praising) Jerry’s BEAR tattoo, and another friend unfortunately gets caught in the line of fire too. Then, after the Tattoo Critique (Ink Master, anyone?), they play another new game! New to the show anyway! Truth or Drink! Things occasionally got heavy and a bit serious.. But hey, welcome to best friends dealing with best friends. That’s not just a line they say, it’s the truth! They’re BFFs!