Weight Room

“In the face of adversity, you find out if you’re a fighter or a quitter. It’s all about getting up after you’ve been knocked down.”

– Archie Griffin, Cincinnati Bengals –

Mental and emotional muscle is equally as important as physical strength. Head coach Devon Still and his assistant coaches have bench pressed some of life’s toughest challenges and want to share their strategies to help you overcome financial, spiritual, health, wellness and relationship-related hurdles and resiliently achieve your life goals.

Matt Hoffman: More Than Just A Race

Matt Hoffman is one of the few people in the world to complete the Race Across America, a 3,000 mile bike marathon going from California to Maryland. After years of living a double life, Matt Hoffman’s life came crashing down which led to thoughts of committing suicide. To get him out of this dark place, he […]
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Sgt. Jose Luis Sanchez: Still Standing

Retired Marine Staff Sergeant Jose Luis Sanchez didn’t set out to be a role model. He started working out just so he could feel like himself again after he stepped on an IED during a tour in Afghanistan in 2011 left him with an amputated left leg and injured right calf and hamstring. Seven years […]
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Brandon Novak: How Did I End Up Here?

Devon sits down with Brandon Novak, a professional skateboarder, New York Times Bestseller and Tv star, to talk about the lessons he’s learned from his battle with heroin, why success on paper doesn’t mean success internally, and how you can overcome addiction. By the age of 15, Brandon was one of the most popular athletes […]
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