CrossFit Athletes– NOBULL
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CrossFit Athletes

  • Being a good athlete means having a strong mindset and the ability to push yourself everyday. Avoiding distractions, other temptations and staying focused on your goals, no matter what. There have been many times when I have wanted to fall down, cry and quit. When I have asked myself if this is all worth it? But then I remind myself why I do CrossFit. I love striving to be better everyday. I thrive on setting goals for myself and chasing them with everything I have. If that means waking up early before school to get a workout in, or doing...

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  • I grew up on hard work, being told anything worth accomplishing wasn't given it was earned. Hard work is putting in the time, even when you don't have it. It's being disciplined, staying focused. You don't make excuses, you don't complain, you just roll up your sleeves and get it done. Everyday I want to get faster, I want to get stronger, I want to be healthier, I want to be a better person. I've been training my whole life. I know I've put in the hard work, I can't wait to show people what I can do. I am...

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  • If you preach fitness, do fitness. If you preach kindness, be kind. If you preach love, show compassion to others. If you preach hard work, be dedicated and show discipline in all areas of your life. Each day Patrick and I ask yourself how we can do better and lead by example. Helping people is WHY we do what we do . We want to be there to help support and encourage people to dream big and strive to achieve their goals.  Our goal is to help as many people as possible and change as many lives as we can through health,...

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  • Every day, I train to be a better version of myself and push my limits. I will get what I put in, and I have promised myself I will continue to give it everything I’ve got. It doesn’t matter the obstacles or struggles I’m faced with, those situations allow me to reflect on who I am, who I want to be and become better. I choose to control what I can, which is myself. I find my weaknesses, both mentally and physically, and work on them. This is a concept my parents ingrained in me at a young age –...

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  • I’ve had some real highs and lows over the years in CrossFit®. And yet, I wouldn’t change a thing. The highs were what everyone dreams about: the podium picture, the highlight reel, the smiles, the validation. But for me, the lows were what truly got me there: rehabbing injuries, struggling through training, missing out on a goal by just the tiniest margin. Learning to pick myself up after a setback kept me humble. Persevering through frustrating times gave me grit. Failing taught me that everything worth having must be earned. Life throws obstacles in everyone’s way, but how you manage...

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  • “I’ve always loved to work hard, and when I started CrossFit®, I knew that’s what it was all about. I grew up a competitor through gymnastics, so my competitive mindset has always been there. I love the grind, the pain, the push, the suffering, the blood, sweat, and tears it’s taken to get me where I am. The process is long and most of the time it isn’t easy but learning to enjoy the process is the key to success. It’s how we get to the goals we set for ourselves. It makes us tough, and it makes us confident....

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  • I sacrifice a lot. The outcome will be worth it. I'm always smiling and laughing. I am hard working. I'm competitive. I love being challenged. I am Brooke Wells. #IAMNOBULL.

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  • We train for life. We train so we can can travel and do adventurous things.  We train so we can show up more as husband and wife. We train so we can keep up with our child.  We train so our mind, body and spirit can endure difficult moments.  We train to compete.  We train so we can live radical lives.  That is why we are NOBULL.

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