If you have a body, you are an athlete.


Britney Henry - Squat

Britney Henry – photo courtesy of The Britney Henry Project

Nike’s definition of an athlete may be a bit broad, but it does represent the potential of nearly every human on the planet.  And while some people forego exercise and athletics altogether, you are definitely not one of these people.  Independent of age or ability, you believe health and fitness are directly related, and you want to belong to a community of like-minded people.

Are you a runner, a rower, a rider, a lifter, a CrossFitter?  Do you believe that a stronger body will improve your chances to avoid the medical maladies that affect so many people?  Do you consider yourself an athlete?  Let up help you achieve your fitness goals and objectives.

Train – Sweat – Succeed.


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Tim Huntley spends his time advising and investing in startups and was formerly the CEO of Ganymede Software.

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