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“I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.”John 16:33 NIVThese inspirational stories show us there is great power in misfortune! In fighting to overcome, these individuals have overcompensated to become SUPER versions of themselves, and their fatefully focused work is HEROIC!“There are heroes among us. Not to make us feel smaller, but to remind us of what makes us great.”Lois LaneWhat is so wrong with YOU that could lead you to greatness? Your story is needed. It's time to rise and become the SUPERHERO you were meant to be!

Latest Episodes

Adam Ward - Exercise is My Medicine

This week on They Became Super Heroes Podcast, I’m joined by my good friend Adam Ward. In this episode we’ll be getting into the definition of true strength. Adam has been living with Cystic Fibrosis, a genetic disease that causes persistent lung infections and limits the ability to breathe over time. Adam shares a few of his personal stories on what it’s been like growing up with CF, learning how to find success through struggle, and even some of the biggest lessons he’s learned along the way. Topics:02:00 - What is cystic fibrosis10:30 - Statistics 15:00 - Growing up with CF23:00 - Suffering to Success51:30 - Lessons from surfing1:00:00 - Giving back to those with CF

87 MINOCT 1
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Adam Ward - Exercise is My Medicine

Caroline Bond - "Find Your Voice"

Welcome to another episode of They Became Super Heroes Podcast. This week I am interviewing CrossFit coach, Caroline Bond. Caroline was a former D1 soccer player and now a certified Adaptive Athlete Trainer. Caroline found her true passion for helping others through health and fitness and now she is here this week to talk about her early struggles after losing her hearing, and the steps she took in order to reach her true potential while she encourages her athletes to do the same. Enjoy the show.Topics:04:30 - Cochlear Implant09:45 - Working with adaptive athletes 24:15 - Coaching cues 37:00 - Recommendations for coaches working with adaptive athletes40:20 - A day in the life as an adaptive athlete50:45 - Lessons learned 59:00 - Adjusting to the cochlear1:01:45 - “The 5 Second Rule”Links:@adaptivemattThe 5 Second Rule - Robbins

78 MIN2018 NOV 5
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Caroline Bond - "Find Your Voice"

Zionna Hanson - Grace with a Barbell

This week on They Became Super Heroes Podcast, I’m speaking with Ziona Hanson, founder of the Barbells For Boobs organization. In this episode we’ll be encouraging people to take action against breast cancer as well as resources for individuals who’d like to support this great cause. We’ll be talking about a few personal stories which led to the founding of Barbells For Boobs, what the organization stands for, why we should start bringing together medical professionals with fitness professionals, and an exciting announcement of the Allyson Lyle Weightlifting Hall. For more information be sure to check out the link(s) below! Enjoy the show. Topics:20:30 - Founding story of Barbells For Boobs25:00 - Medical industry vs fitness industry34:15 - Resources 38:15 - October is Awareness Month51:01 - Autism in kids55:00 - Balance is key 59:00 - Barbells For Boobs & Weightlifting1:09:30 - Allyson LyleLinks:Barbellsforboobs.org

80 MIN2018 OCT 19
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Zionna Hanson - Grace with a Barbell

Michael Cazayoux - From The Brutes of Addiction to Brute Strength

This week on They Became Super Heroes Podcast, I’m joined by my good friend Michael Cazayoux. At only 28 years old, Michael is Co-Founder of Brute Strength, and the host of the Brute Strength Podcast where he’s leading breakthrough conversations with elite athletes, coaches, entrepreneurs, and though leaders from around the globe. When Michael was younger he struggled with multiple drug addictions that almost led him to suicide. This episode is a beacon for anyone going through personal struggles. We’ll be getting into some ways on conquering your mind, overcoming challenges, staying committed, and taking control of your life. Addiction isn’t easy, but it is beatable. For that, I introduce to you Michael Cazayoux. Topics:07:20 - Mike’s addiction 12:15 - Sleep & longevity 16:15 - Where do addicts fall short?19:20 - What was treatment like?29:25 - Depression & drug use33:40 - Overcoming suicidal thinking36:40 - Resources for those dealing with depression42:00 - Hardest part of re...

70 MIN2018 OCT 11
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Michael Cazayoux - From The Brutes of Addiction to Brute Strength

Project Purple - A Son on a Mission

This week on They Became Super Heroes Podcast, I’m speaking to Vin Kampf and Dino Verrelli of Project Purple. Project Purple is a non-profit organization created to raise awareness, support patients and families affected by the disease and fund research efforts to defeat pancreatic cancer. In this episode we’ll be going into some personal stories including Dino’s experience during and after losing his father to cancer in 2011 and his promise to never give up on defeating the disease. We’ll also be getting into some of the ways CrossFitters are contributing to this great cause. This is a heartfelt episode you’re sure to enjoy, for more on how you can show your support please visit projectpurple.org/, enjoy the show.Topics of discussion:14:00 - The pancreas19:30 - The Whipple Procedure26:10 - Project Purple 41:45 - “Push Pull for Pancreatic Cancer”47:40 - Running a non-profit business53:15 - Hot box1:03:00 - Upcoming events

69 MIN2018 OCT 4
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Project Purple - A Son on a Mission

Tina Hurley - "Less Leg, More Heart"

This week on They Became Super Heroes Podcast, I’m joined by former gymnast and D1 Cheerleader, Tina Hurley. In 2016, Tina underwent a below-knee amputation after being diagnosed with a rare blood vessel condition, Popliteal Artery Entrapment Syndrome. Her story is one of adaptation, pursuit, and inner happiness. In this episode we’ll learn about her rare condition, what you should know about limb loss, adaptive athlete foundations, and how she was able to overcome all feats and rise about expectations while living life under her own terms. If there is one thing to take away from this one, it’s to never give up no matter what life throws at you! Be sure to check out the links below for more on adaptive athlete foundations and how you can help support! Topics:10:02 - What to know about a loss of limb 15:30 - Struggles for adaptive athletes22:30 - Helping other amputees39:40 - Adaptive athlete foundations 51:20 - Pre & Post leg amputation Honorable mentions:Challenge Athletes Found...

77 MIN2018 SEP 24
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Tina Hurley - "Less Leg, More Heart"

David Saldanah - Refusing a Limited Life

“I refuse to live a limited life.”David SaldanahWelcome to They Became Super Heroes Podcast, this week I’m joined with my good friend David Saldanah. David grew up with a condition known as Hydrocephalus. A condition in which there is some buildup of fluid in the brain which can lead to increased pressure on the brain, leading to brain damage. In this episode we’ll be diving into David’s early life and struggles with confidence, and even basic activity, and how he has managed to beat all odds as he now participates in CrossFit and advanced gymnastic movements, two things doctors told him he would never be able to do. David’s story of trials and tribulations is nothing short of inspirational to say the least. If you’re struggling in life then this story is for you. David’s message is simple, never give up, keep fighting, defeat all odds. Enjoy the show. Topics :06:10 - what is a shunt 16:34 - Common myths 24:10 - Gymnastics ability37:05 - Building confidence 45:45 - Interning...

67 MIN2018 SEP 20
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David Saldanah - Refusing a Limited Life

Kevin Ogar - A Functional Life

“Loss of functional legs does not mean the loss of a functional life.”Kevin OgarWelcome to They Became Super Heroes Podcast. In this episode I will be speaking with Kevin Ogar. Kevin is the Owner and Head Coach at Crossfit Watchtower, in Denver, CO. Kevin’s story is nothing short of inspirational. In a tragic accident, Kevin was paralyzed while performing a snatch by a ricochet barbell. Since then, Kevin has helped create Crossfit’s Specialty course; Adaptive Training. Kevin has continued to beat all odds despite his set back, and will be competing for the USA National Para-Powerlifting Team, in the regional championships. Enjoy the show.Topics:04:20 - Adaptive Training course 12:05 - What is an adaptive athlete?18:30 - Working with adaptive athletes 23:30 - Resources for adaptive training 27:40 - Biggest struggles as an adaptive athlete37:00 - God’s plan42:03 - Learning patience51:00 - Super Heroes

67 MIN2018 SEP 19
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Kevin Ogar - A Functional Life
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Latest Episodes

Adam Ward - Exercise is My Medicine

This week on They Became Super Heroes Podcast, I’m joined by my good friend Adam Ward. In this episode we’ll be getting into the definition of true strength. Adam has been living with Cystic Fibrosis, a genetic disease that causes persistent lung infections and limits the ability to breathe over time. Adam shares a few of his personal stories on what it’s been like growing up with CF, learning how to find success through struggle, and even some of the biggest lessons he’s learned along the way. Topics:02:00 - What is cystic fibrosis10:30 - Statistics 15:00 - Growing up with CF23:00 - Suffering to Success51:30 - Lessons from surfing1:00:00 - Giving back to those with CF

87 MINOCT 1
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Adam Ward - Exercise is My Medicine

Caroline Bond - "Find Your Voice"

Welcome to another episode of They Became Super Heroes Podcast. This week I am interviewing CrossFit coach, Caroline Bond. Caroline was a former D1 soccer player and now a certified Adaptive Athlete Trainer. Caroline found her true passion for helping others through health and fitness and now she is here this week to talk about her early struggles after losing her hearing, and the steps she took in order to reach her true potential while she encourages her athletes to do the same. Enjoy the show.Topics:04:30 - Cochlear Implant09:45 - Working with adaptive athletes 24:15 - Coaching cues 37:00 - Recommendations for coaches working with adaptive athletes40:20 - A day in the life as an adaptive athlete50:45 - Lessons learned 59:00 - Adjusting to the cochlear1:01:45 - “The 5 Second Rule”Links:@adaptivemattThe 5 Second Rule - Robbins

78 MIN2018 NOV 5
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Caroline Bond - "Find Your Voice"

Zionna Hanson - Grace with a Barbell

This week on They Became Super Heroes Podcast, I’m speaking with Ziona Hanson, founder of the Barbells For Boobs organization. In this episode we’ll be encouraging people to take action against breast cancer as well as resources for individuals who’d like to support this great cause. We’ll be talking about a few personal stories which led to the founding of Barbells For Boobs, what the organization stands for, why we should start bringing together medical professionals with fitness professionals, and an exciting announcement of the Allyson Lyle Weightlifting Hall. For more information be sure to check out the link(s) below! Enjoy the show. Topics:20:30 - Founding story of Barbells For Boobs25:00 - Medical industry vs fitness industry34:15 - Resources 38:15 - October is Awareness Month51:01 - Autism in kids55:00 - Balance is key 59:00 - Barbells For Boobs & Weightlifting1:09:30 - Allyson LyleLinks:Barbellsforboobs.org

80 MIN2018 OCT 19
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Zionna Hanson - Grace with a Barbell

Michael Cazayoux - From The Brutes of Addiction to Brute Strength

This week on They Became Super Heroes Podcast, I’m joined by my good friend Michael Cazayoux. At only 28 years old, Michael is Co-Founder of Brute Strength, and the host of the Brute Strength Podcast where he’s leading breakthrough conversations with elite athletes, coaches, entrepreneurs, and though leaders from around the globe. When Michael was younger he struggled with multiple drug addictions that almost led him to suicide. This episode is a beacon for anyone going through personal struggles. We’ll be getting into some ways on conquering your mind, overcoming challenges, staying committed, and taking control of your life. Addiction isn’t easy, but it is beatable. For that, I introduce to you Michael Cazayoux. Topics:07:20 - Mike’s addiction 12:15 - Sleep & longevity 16:15 - Where do addicts fall short?19:20 - What was treatment like?29:25 - Depression & drug use33:40 - Overcoming suicidal thinking36:40 - Resources for those dealing with depression42:00 - Hardest part of re...

70 MIN2018 OCT 11
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Michael Cazayoux - From The Brutes of Addiction to Brute Strength

Project Purple - A Son on a Mission

This week on They Became Super Heroes Podcast, I’m speaking to Vin Kampf and Dino Verrelli of Project Purple. Project Purple is a non-profit organization created to raise awareness, support patients and families affected by the disease and fund research efforts to defeat pancreatic cancer. In this episode we’ll be going into some personal stories including Dino’s experience during and after losing his father to cancer in 2011 and his promise to never give up on defeating the disease. We’ll also be getting into some of the ways CrossFitters are contributing to this great cause. This is a heartfelt episode you’re sure to enjoy, for more on how you can show your support please visit projectpurple.org/, enjoy the show.Topics of discussion:14:00 - The pancreas19:30 - The Whipple Procedure26:10 - Project Purple 41:45 - “Push Pull for Pancreatic Cancer”47:40 - Running a non-profit business53:15 - Hot box1:03:00 - Upcoming events

69 MIN2018 OCT 4
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Project Purple - A Son on a Mission

Tina Hurley - "Less Leg, More Heart"

This week on They Became Super Heroes Podcast, I’m joined by former gymnast and D1 Cheerleader, Tina Hurley. In 2016, Tina underwent a below-knee amputation after being diagnosed with a rare blood vessel condition, Popliteal Artery Entrapment Syndrome. Her story is one of adaptation, pursuit, and inner happiness. In this episode we’ll learn about her rare condition, what you should know about limb loss, adaptive athlete foundations, and how she was able to overcome all feats and rise about expectations while living life under her own terms. If there is one thing to take away from this one, it’s to never give up no matter what life throws at you! Be sure to check out the links below for more on adaptive athlete foundations and how you can help support! Topics:10:02 - What to know about a loss of limb 15:30 - Struggles for adaptive athletes22:30 - Helping other amputees39:40 - Adaptive athlete foundations 51:20 - Pre & Post leg amputation Honorable mentions:Challenge Athletes Found...

77 MIN2018 SEP 24
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Tina Hurley - "Less Leg, More Heart"

David Saldanah - Refusing a Limited Life

“I refuse to live a limited life.”David SaldanahWelcome to They Became Super Heroes Podcast, this week I’m joined with my good friend David Saldanah. David grew up with a condition known as Hydrocephalus. A condition in which there is some buildup of fluid in the brain which can lead to increased pressure on the brain, leading to brain damage. In this episode we’ll be diving into David’s early life and struggles with confidence, and even basic activity, and how he has managed to beat all odds as he now participates in CrossFit and advanced gymnastic movements, two things doctors told him he would never be able to do. David’s story of trials and tribulations is nothing short of inspirational to say the least. If you’re struggling in life then this story is for you. David’s message is simple, never give up, keep fighting, defeat all odds. Enjoy the show. Topics :06:10 - what is a shunt 16:34 - Common myths 24:10 - Gymnastics ability37:05 - Building confidence 45:45 - Interning...

67 MIN2018 SEP 20
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David Saldanah - Refusing a Limited Life

Kevin Ogar - A Functional Life

“Loss of functional legs does not mean the loss of a functional life.”Kevin OgarWelcome to They Became Super Heroes Podcast. In this episode I will be speaking with Kevin Ogar. Kevin is the Owner and Head Coach at Crossfit Watchtower, in Denver, CO. Kevin’s story is nothing short of inspirational. In a tragic accident, Kevin was paralyzed while performing a snatch by a ricochet barbell. Since then, Kevin has helped create Crossfit’s Specialty course; Adaptive Training. Kevin has continued to beat all odds despite his set back, and will be competing for the USA National Para-Powerlifting Team, in the regional championships. Enjoy the show.Topics:04:20 - Adaptive Training course 12:05 - What is an adaptive athlete?18:30 - Working with adaptive athletes 23:30 - Resources for adaptive training 27:40 - Biggest struggles as an adaptive athlete37:00 - God’s plan42:03 - Learning patience51:00 - Super Heroes

67 MIN2018 SEP 19
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Kevin Ogar - A Functional Life
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