6 Week Roller Derby Fitness Challenge

You’ve dedicated hours of blood, sweat and tears to the game you love… now it’s time to PROVE your commitment and #upyourgame.

dreamstime_l_67127902Beginning September 26, 2016 20 pairs of skaters will have the chance to show they have the dedication it takes to get to the top.

Join the #upyourgame challenge and we’ll give you the tools to be a become a faster, stronger, better athlete, no matter what your current skill or experience level.

Challenge partners get:

  • a complete 6 week roller derby performance training program,

  • sports nutrition and recovery information,

  • access to our athletes-only online portal, and

  • roller derby specific workouts complete with video examples delivered right to your phone.

On top of all of that, all #upyourgame challenge partners are eligible to wincup-1010918_1280 a bunch of nifty prizes, including a grand prize of derby goodies worth
more than $250!

All for FREE. Yes… F R E E. As in, this costs you NO FUNDS.

It’s a sweet deal, but there are a few rules. First, since it’s always more fun to derby with a friend this challenge is only open to pairs of skaters. It doesn’t matter who your partner is, just that they have the same level of dedication to derby as you do.

Second, we only have enough spots for 20 pairs and we’re looking for people who are truly COMMITTED to becoming better athletes. That means you’ve gotta show us you really want to be the best.

Here’s what we’re looking for:

  1. Tell us about yourself… how long have you been skating, what position do you play and what’s the craziest or toughest thing you’ve ever done in the name of roller derby?

  2. Tell us about your challenge partner… is she your derby wife? Teammate? How long have you been playing together?

  3. Finally, tell us WHY the two of you will kick everyone else’s butt and win the grand prize.

Grab your partner and don’t wait! Challenge entries are dreamstime_l_62126256due by Wednesday, September 21st at 9pm and selected teams will be notified on Friday, September 23rd.

Prove your roller derby love. Answer the questions below and show us that you really want to #upyourgame!

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Whether it's in an introduction for my business or an "about me" section of a social media site, I find that writing about myself is always one of the hardest things to do. The phrase "I'm a ..." has always filled me with anxiety. I guess then that the easiest way is to start with the basics. I'm in my early 40's, have no kids but do have two pit bulls who think they are children, am married to a giant Scotsman and I currently spend the majority of my time coaching both athletes and regular 9-5ers to get stronger, faster and more physically powerful. Although I currently work predominantly in strength and conditioning/fitness, I am also a licensed attorney and still handle a case or two on occasion and serve as a guardian ad litem for the court system here in South Florida. I've never been one to be defined by a job and over the years I've played a whole lot of different roles, including exotic dancer (i.e. stripper), concert promoter, entertainment agent, motorcycle shop owner, magazine editor and cocktail waitress. I have multiple bachelor's degrees, an associate degree in music production and, of course my law degree. I've also got a bunch of different strength and conditioning and fitness certifications from various national and private organizations including the National Strength and Conditioning Association, the American College of Sports Medicine and the Titleist Performance Institute. My strength and conditioning career stemmed from my days as an athlete, when I played softball and basketball in high school in college and roller derby and American football until just a few years ago when I retired from contact sports. I've recently started training for Highland Heavy Athletics too, so I guess you can say I want to do "all the things." The same applies in my non-work life. I love hiking, kitesurfing (I'm terrible at it but love it nonetheless), camping, spending time at the beach, going to concerts, spending time at the zoo, skydiving or driving around in my ridiculously non-ecologically friendly Jeep with my dogs. Oh, and I'm learning to play Irish Tin Whistle. Yep, I'm pretty eclectic. Although I've dabbled with writing in the past (mostly travel stories for the motorcycle magazine that I used to edit), I've never done so on a consistent basis or with any sort of deeper purpose in mind. I'm hoping that the stories I share on both #haveshoeswilltravel and rollerderbystrengthcoach will do just that... help others learn some stuff and maybe even give them incentives to try new things.

7 thoughts on “6 Week Roller Derby Fitness Challenge”

  1. I wish we had roller Derbys in England… There’s a couple but not in Bristol and this makes me very sad… I would definitely kick butt if we did!

    One day, hopefully, it’ll pick up here…

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