Guido Trinidad: Athlete’s New Testament Profile
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Originally published June, 2013, as part of The Athlete’s New Testament, which can be purchased via the Faith Rx’d Store. Guido owns and coaches at Peak360 CrossFit in Miami, co-founded and programs the Wodapalooza fitness festival, and is the Head Coach of Faith Rx’d Iron Sharpens Iron weekend training events.
I received Jesus Christ as my Lord and Savior at the age of nine, but I drifted...
I grew up playing every sport that I could get involved in- soccer, dance, volleyball, basketball, track, jump rope, I tried them all. I was always active, sometimes going to multiple practices each night. I just loved fitness in all forms and I hated sitting still for too long.
As I got older, I chose soccer as my main sport and I dedicated everything to it. I played on a competitive travel team, my high school team and I then went on to play at the University of Dayton in Dayton, Ohio...
What Do I Do?
I teach people how to regulate their bodily systems. To re-take control of their own function and become more self-aware. Humans are walking ecosystems and in order to function properly we must learn how to integrate the body and the mind, something often lost in modern-day culture.
When our systems become dysregulated due to stress, our perceptions of ourselves are altered and self-regulation is lost - we no longer feel in control of our behavioral responses. We...
Emily Bridgers on the Atlantic Regional Win this year.
"Emily Bridgers did the same. All her event finishes were within the top 10 and she was in first place from Day 1. Bridgers won her regional the previous two years as well.
“She only went as hard she had to go this weekend,” said her coach and husband, Ben Benson.
He told her she only had to place 16th or better in the final event to qualify for the Games; she placed fourth.
“She definitely mailed it in,” he said.