JUNK Life

  • Sarah and her son Dex smiling in their bike helmets, the text reads mom strong Q&A: Sarah Drew

    Mom Strong | Sarah Drew Q&A

    Sarah Drew is a badass boy mom to five-year-old son Dexter, or Dex for short while leading a holistic adventure-loving lifestyle. She lives her life family forward while finding time to work on her fitness journey. Now Sarah is providing us with just a few of her thoughts on how she blends and harmonizes her passions - take a look!
  • woman holding her art wearing a colorful junk headband text says Artists series: Chelsea Nobles

    JUNK Artist Series | Chelsea Nobles

    Chelsea Nobles is an Air Force Staff Sergeant turned artist - after returning home from deployment in Afghanistan, Chelsea knew she would need an outlet to get back into the swing of civilian life. That's when art, more specifically, acrylic painting came into her life and gave Chelsea a new activity to put her concentration on.
  • baseball player Cavan Biggio posing to hit the ball. Text reads baseball banter with Dave Franks: Featuring Cavan Biggio

    Baseball Banter With Dave Franks | Featuring Cavan Biggio

    JUNK's own baseball diehard Dave Franks got to have an intimate chat with pro MLB player Cavan Biggio to get down to the nitty-gritty of all things baseball and what it means to be a pro baller. They cover topics that range from balancing work/home life to what it was like coming up in the industry and the work that goes into achieving a spot in the MLB. There are three episodes, and with the kick-off of the MLB season, they're a perfect listen to get in the mood for the game. So sit back, relax, and take a listen to a pro ball discussion.
  • Stories About CrossFit | Jedidiah Snelson

    Jedidiah Snelson started CrossFit to keep himself healthy after a life-changing injury that left him paralyzed in 2014. Now, Jed competes to gain awareness for adaptive athletes around the world. Currently, he's on the road to compete in the 2021 CrossFit Open with hopes of placing himself a spot in the Games.
  • Stories About CrossFit | Marcus Hayward

    Marcus Hayward is a former Army Sergeant, physical-therapy assistant, and adaptive athlete who got his start in CrossFit while on deployment in 2007. He's competed at other CrossFit competitions like Wodapalooza and The Working Wounded Games, but this year he'll compete in the CrossFit Open for the first time. JUNK got the chance to ask him a few questions about his personal fitness journey and share the excitement on his road to the Open.