In his introduction to sharing my answers he kindly wrote:
"A hero is someone who is admired by others. It isn’t about how much money they make, the house they live in, or even how many followers they have. With today’s worldwide media coverage it's easy for us to forget those everyday heroes.
Everyday we all must overcome our own adversities. It can be easy to get lost in our own troubles, thinking nobody else understands your struggle. Hopefully through here, people will be able to understand that you are never alone. Help and encouragement is at our fingertips. If you can find this page then you can find help.
One such story I came across was that of Lisa Nunley. A mother and wife, Lisa already had her hands full with life when she was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. It would have been easy to throw in the towel. Fueled by her family’s support and a determination powered by her faith, she continues to conquer all the odds that have been stacked against her as climbs the ranks of competitive athletes.
Crossfit touts itself on the principle of functional training. The term ‘functional training’ has taken on many meanings to different people. In this post, I interview Lisa and find how she has used Crossfit to forge her own meaning of functional strength:"
Of course, I do not think of myself at all as a hero, but you can find my answers to his questions here:
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