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Goji Berries Over Gummy Bears

Posted by Tommy Danger on May 24, 2017 7:59:00 PM

It’s so easy to pull into the drive-thru of a fast food restaurant and pick a couple of things from the menu. It’s quick, satisfying and cheap. The thing we are missing with this mode of eating, however, is not only what it’s doing to us, but what it’s doing to our children.


I grew up in an “open cabinet home,” meaning if I was hungry, I grabbed whatever I wanted until I was full. Sadly, I didn’t have self control, and although I love my parents to death, they had horrible food choices due to lack of knowledge about nutrition and its impact on the human body.


If you read stories of those on their death beds, they would trade anything for one thing: more time. Yet, when we eat these quick fixes, we are literally removing time from our lifespans.


I struggled as a fat kid. My nickname in high school was “Fat Tom,” because there were two Toms in my social circle and I was the heavy one. I still struggle with my weight to this day, as it can fluctuate over time, but I have a better understanding of proper nutrition, health and fitness. The only problem is that I learned about these important elements later in life.

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A Life-Changing Journey from Corn Stalks to Mountaintops

Posted by Tommy Danger on May 3, 2017 7:15:00 PM

Growing up in the flatlands of Northern Indiana, you don’t really get to explore epic mountains and it kind of lacks any real adventure, so I had to create my own. At a young age, I started climbing every tree that was possible and when I was finished climbing those, I would climb my neighbors’ houses.


My mom would get phone calls at work saying, “Your son is on my roof again!” I just had all of this energy and excitement for the outdoors, and needed to expel it. I grew up in a family that didn’t really teach or understand the proper nutrition. I love my parents, but it was an open cabinet policy and for the most part, I could snack on whatever, whenever and however I wanted.


After gaining the nickname of “Fat Tom,” I started a challenge where I would only chew gum for 100 straight hours. This somehow turned into anorexia without me knowing, as I would eat an orange and then not eat for two days. After graduating, I eventually gained all of my weight back…plus more. I joined a gym and the owner took me in like her son, not only teaching me about nutrition, health and fitness, but also getting me into yoga and triathlons.


This eventually turned into my first project, where I rode my bike from Newport Beach, CA to Boston, MA. It opened my eyes to a whole new world of what I could do, and I became eager to challenge my mind and body. I followed the ride with a project known as “More Than Just Miles,” where I ran from Seattle, WA to Daytona Beach, FL in support of bringing awareness to a genetic disease known as Cystic Fibrosis.

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