Danette "Dizzle" Rivera

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I fell out of my good habits over the holidays and started beating myself up over it, making myself feel worse. So I wrote myself a letter and I'm letting go of my excuses and moving forward.
I’ve found the sweet spot of setting a goal intriguing enough to set me in motion yet obtainable if I roll up my sleeves without it being soul-crushingly hard. Here are my tips for resolution setting.
What can I do to make my community healthier? How can I inspire others to do so as well? Do we care for our sick and our wounded? Do we nurture our environment and food sources that take care of us?
Danette is a mom-vegan-chef-CrossFitter and she knows how to treat herself right. Check out her list for some excellent choices to spoil your athlete-foodie self this holiday season.
The best part of belonging to a gym is making friends and doing other adventurous stuff outside of the gym - like Spartan Races, scavenger hunts, and more. What have you tried?
I am not my deadlift. I am not my front squat. I am not my body weight or my body fat. These things are just measurements and they do not define my worth, or anyone else's.
Logan and Danny started their gym outdoors because it was what they could afford, but before long it became what was unique about their "gym." Now, they have no intention of going inside.
This holiday recipe is three wonderful things: it tastes fabulous, it's simple to make, and it's made from wholesome ingredients. You can't miss with this pumpkin, pecan, cranberry concoction.
As I transition from coaching kids to coaching adults, I realize all the things I don't know. Here are 7 tips that are helping me on my journey, that I know will serve any new coach well.
Eight years ago a single choice changed Corey Reed's life forever. He hasn't let his resulting blindness or amputee status stop him though. He continues to compete in athletics, and to inspire.
As a little girl I dreamed of growing up to be like Raquel Welch in "Kansas City Bombers," but these days roller derby is a legit sport full of tough, dedicated, but still sassy athletes.
In January of 2011 Dale started Dale's Raw Foods and began handcrafting his own raw vegan protein bars. Little did he know it would turn into a million dollar business in only 18 months.