February 24th, 2020
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Worth The Wait

Some things are worth the wait. It took me 3 years of growing out my hair to finally be able to donate it to charity. I like the new look. It's actually my old look. Most importantly I followed through on the mission to give my hair to Locks of Love. There are so many brave fighters, battling cancer. It's an honor to give part of me to this wonderful cause. Talk about #ambassadorlove! Lululemon Put me on their blog. You can read my exclusive interview at...

New York New York

New York State of Mind The city that never sleeps. The Big Apple. The Concrete Jungle. City where dreams are made of. Lil Ball and I got our NY on this weekend to celebrate the TCS NYC Marathon. We got to visit the Lululemon in Soho and there amazing post race party! We attended a Halloween party in SOHO House. Forrest Gump and Jenny were a huge hit! That's my favorite movie. So much went down in NYC, but not before we were made principals for the day at Seminole Elementary School in...

Learning To Walk

I'm learning to walk again. The Chicago Marathon took everything out of me. Once I got back to Miami I went straight to my chiropractor, Dr. Creed, and let him work his magic. I couldn't work out last week so I saw him three days. Dr. Creed is one of the most positive men I have ever known. HIs energy is contagious. He not only makes you feel better physically, Dr. Creed inspires you to be a better person! His number to make an appointment is 305-446-1718. New York City is up next. In two...

Winner! Winner!

The Chicago Marathon was filled with emotion. I won. In the words of Meb "As long as we got the best out of ourselves, we are winners. That's the definition of success. You can't say only #1 is the winner." There were so many times my body felt like it was going to shut down but I persevered. The cheers from more than a million spectators was inspiring. Fans screaming "Doctor Dribble!" I heard every single one. I tried to yell back but there were times I didn't have a enough breath. Those...
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Handle It

I'm excited for so many things. Marathon season is here. In less than a week I'll be dribbling my way through the Windy City. Whenever I'm run full marathons and a negative thought sneaks into my head, I immediately replace it with something positive. I think about the food I'm going to eat in celebration, my girlfriend waiting for me at the finish line, Sponge and all the hard work he puts in daily at WVU, you the people that follow me and read my blog, and the kids I work with through my...
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Persistence Pays

Sept 29th, 2014 Persistence pays off. Life is like a marathon. It's not where you start, it's where you finish. At times things seem so far they're out of reach. In some marathons I can't see the finish line until the last 400 meters but I know it's there and I know I'm going to cross it! The key to crushing a major long term goal is to do something every day to help you get there. Remember that every expert was once a novice. I instill work ethic in all my young clients. More important...

Bird’s The Word

September 22, If I'm in a position to help someone, I will. I find it to be a privilege rather than a burden. To give is to receive. This past week a peach of a woman and a tremendous golfer helped me package a box of gifts to send Sponge at WVU. We all wrote letters to show we are always thinking about him. I sent him a couple of things that could turn out to be very instrumental in his development. He knows what to do. I just want one thing in return...a drop step into an up and...
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Back 2 Blog

I've been sick since the spin-a-thon at M-Cycle. It was totally worth it. We brought the community together and raised a total of $2,675.00 for the Chicago Diabetes Project. It's not to late to contribute at: https://secure.e2rm.com/registrant/mobile/mobilePersonalPage.aspx?registrationID=2501942&langPref=en-CA&Referrer=direct%2Fnone Congrats Johnny! Sponge's older brother, a star wide receiver and punt returner for the University of Cincinnati, won his first game this weekend. Both Johnny...
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Grattitude Is The Attitude

I gave it my all and left everything I had in the gym. As a result we were able to raise over $2,000 for The Chicago Diabetes Project! It was worth every ounce of sweat. I was sick the rest of the weekend and I'm still trying to fight it off. Consistency is key so rather than skipping out on a blog this week I figured I would share my girlfriend's blog. I couldn't have said it better myself Lil Ball! Enjoy! How many times can I say thank you? As many times as I am given the honor to say it,...

Hard Workers

Labor Day is more than just a long weekend. It's intended to reflect upon the creation of the labor movement and is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers. Throughout American history, workers had to fight to get better pay and shorter hours. Even if it meant going on strike as the Pullman workers did in 1894 on the American Railroad. The ripple effect of the union movement has contributed in large to what makes America so great! I hope everyone had a happy...


BFD Hard work pays off. Five years ago I began working with a young basketball player from Puerto Rico. I'd train Erik Manuel just a few times each year whenever he'd come to Miami but we'd spend an intense amount of time together. He never stopped practicing the drills I'd show him on his own and every year he got better and better. Now he is entering high school in the U.S. at Montverde Academy, the #1 ranked basketball team in the country! This summer after a 20 hour week of individual...

Goal Crushing

Setting goals is the first step in turning the invisible into the visible. Tony Robins said that and it is true. About 6 months ago I wrote down short, mid, and long term goals categorizing them by personal, professional, and health. This is all part of the Lululemon culture. There is so much going on behind the best clothes on the planet to sweat in. It had been a long time since I finished a book and if I hadn't written it down as a goal I may not have ever purchased "Wooden". Did you know...
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