While all of my other friends in Rhode Island were playing traditional sports, I took to BMX racing at the age of 7. What started as fun turned into traveling all over the country, literally competing 7 days a week, to years later winning the World BMX Championship. Upon a 13 year retreat from cycling and ballooning up to an unhealthy 230lbs, the next chapter started racing road bicycles. What began as a mission to lose some weight at 32 years old, ended up being a march through the USA Cycling categories to a category 1 racer. Life was good racing pro, winning road and criterium championships along the way. With no clear goals on the radar, I took the battle internal. I started a mission to see how lean and strong I could get in the offseason. While thinking I was invincible, I ignored my body which ultimately led to Adrenal Fatigue causing my body shut down. I went from competing at an elite level, to not being able to walk around a parking lot weeks later. Terrified not knowing what was going on, western medicine had no answers. I had to fix myself. After being forced to let go of everything, I undertook an 18 month struggle to get my health back. With the knowledge I gained through my experience, I am happier than ever and looking to help others on their journey.
Create a common sense approach to help you be the best version of yourself.
Provide a community that can help with the issues you are going through. You are not alone!
Through personal experience, help provide basic information to a path of recovery.
To provide people the basic knowledge about what can happen to the body when it gets neglected and how to feel good again.