A: Train for competitions. Play rugby, softball and spend time with my dogs.
A: I believe that accomplishments can be achieved and I celebrate them along the way. I’m constantly pushing past my goals and only see opportunities and not obstacles.
A: I communicate, I listen and I have more passion for this than anyone I’ve met. It’s about feeling good about yourself and not ashamed.
A: I think my niche is helping people learn more about themselves sexually. Help them to be proud of their bodies and push past what society sees as wrong and right.
A: I love what I do and that I am passionate about making people feel better about themselves.
A: Workout and play sports.
A: I feel like I do great at connecting with people and keeping a positive outlook.
A: I’m more of a homebody but do travel about once a quarter to every other month.
A: I workout 5 days a week very hard training for competitions. My diet varies depending on where I am with training. I oscillate between low carb high protein to eating just responsibly.
A: Constantly educating myself, pushing myself physically at the gym and in sports. Staying open minded about lifestyles and surrounding myself with like minded people.
A: Don’t kiss he a book by its cover. You never know the path someone has walked and race, gender and socio economics are all things society sees as qualifiers for classifications. But remove that and we are all people and all need the same treatment.
A: I’m very patient, communicative and love to train and teach. I have no tolerance for rudeness. I love to workout and play sports and train for and compete in strongman competitions.
A: Probably the most unique thing about me is that I’ve been very successful in the business world and have always wanted to do this line of work so I stepped out of corporate America to pursue this as my passion.
A: I enjoy being able to be open and honest with people, my creativity and passion for this line of work. I think connecting with people is such an honor.
A: Five things I can’t live without are freedom, objectivity, an open mind, sex and teaching new experiences.