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Rowing The Grand Canyon with No Hesitation
Rowing 225 Miles down the Colorado River.

My Name Is T

Not Mr. T, not T- Pain, and not anything else you can come up with. Just T.

A unique name that matches my unique lifestyle. While I do have a normal part of my life, which includes a loving wife,  two Badass Australian Cattle Dogs, and a house, it’s only a small part of it.

I’m always waiting for the next opportunity to run out the door and into the next adventure.  Whether that is signing up for ultramarathons, rucking across the desert, or rowing down the Grand Canyon, I’ll be the first to say yes and then figure out the rest of my life around it. I call this the No Hesitation Lifestyle.

While it is a term I stole from a jacked 60-year-old man who whitewater kayaks over 100 days a year (life goals), it’s the only way to live as far as I’m concerned.

I’ve done the Marine Corps thing, the working man thing, and the cushy corporate thing, and I’ve realized that I much prefer the “do my own thing”.  

I base my life around eliminating rules and obstacles that prevent me from having adventures.

I train in a way that I like to call Adventure Fit, to be exactly like what it sounds like, ready to take on whatever random adventures may spring up. Which, I know sounds cheesy, but sometimes cheesy is good, like dad jokes (big fan). It not only keeps me looking pretty good and ready to take on the world, but it also stops me from being what I hate, average.

And, last but not least,  the importance of personal development, and I take that pretty seriously. It may have been years of being kicked in the ass by the Marine Corps, but either way, it stuck. Which is probably also the source of my borderline obsession with reading. While it’s no longer the book-a-day habit I maintained for a number of years, I do keep to reading a couple of books a week. So, if you have a recommendation, let me know, I’m all ears.

Hope To See You Around (Preferably On a Mountain Side Or Something),

Best,

T.