Hometown: From Orlando, FL but Atlanta is definitely my home town.
Occupation: Project manager by day. Comedian by night.
First FitWit class (date): October 2013
Tell us about any sports & fitness background: I grew up a fat indoor kid. I hated the outdoors. Then again, I grew up in Florida and outside was like being on the surface of the sun. After a short stint in the Army (they don’t really tolerate fat kids there), I got into running and then later amateur boxing and fought competitively until 2005.
What sort of changes have you seen in your body, health and fitness since starting FitWit ? Fitwit has gotten me the closest to being back in my boxing fighting shape that I hadn’t been in a decade.
What sort of changes in your life have you experienced out of taking on something like FitWit that were totally unexpected? After finishing a Fitwit workout, the rest of the day is butter. If I can rock an hour workout, I can do anything else the rest of the day.
Why do you FitWit? I do it to maintain an active and healthy lifestyle. We have to keep moving or else we die… like sharks.
Favorite workouts? Eating over the kitchen sink while dressed in a robe.
Least favorite workouts? Anything involving running.
Three words to describe you: black male superhero
Any favorite FitWit moments? Coming to my first workout in Grant Park in October 2013 and it was about 32 degrees outside. And then the next morning, I came back. I was surprised at myself.
Fitness Goals? To be an old guy who “looks good for his age.”
Words to live by (Favorite Quote)? Jump then figure out what to do on the way down.
Something cool we don’t know about you? I’m a comedian and improvisor at Dad’s Garage Theater. I host a storytelling show called Carapace every month at Manuel’s Tavern and we were a short-lived TV show on GPB in 2015.