Whiteboards.

Are a tool used to solve problems through brainstorming, planning, and goal setting. Whiteboards are used in a place where conventional wisdom is challenged and new ideas are discussed, often in collaboration with a team or community. They are a tool used to create strategies and develop plans of action. And, they are a thing where goals, measurable objectives and timelines can be established to hold oneself or others accountable. 


Whether the problem involves improving fitness, diet, finances, education, relationships, or tackling a social issue - brainstorming solutions and writing a game plan down is the starting point for any achievement. 

 

 
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John Witzing

"Give me a lever and a place to stand, and I will move the earth".

Has spent over 25 years competing within the endurance sport realm. John’s background is rooted in running and he spent 10 years racing as a high level amateur triathlete, completing multiple races at the Olympic, Ironman 70.3, and Ironman distances. 

After his last Ironman in 2014, John took on new challenges transitioning to the world of trail running and mountain biking. Since that time, John has concentrated on Enduro Mountain Bike racing and he recently completed his first Trail Running Ultra. John is currently training for other ultra endurance based events, which include the development of his own races in support of The Whiteboard Project and mental health related initiatives. 

In addition to his endurance sport and physical training, John is also a skydiver and scuba diver.
 

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Mission.

Inspiring self confidence.

Society has changed to such an extent that people rely too much on others to get them through the challenges life inevitably throws at you. Self confidence can change all that and everyone loves a comeback.

 

Providing access to the tools needed to improve Physical and Mental Wellbeing.

When people feel good about themselves, they can do great things! Improving our physical health has a great impact on our mental health. Therefore, investing in our physical and mental wellbeing is a must if we want to inspire people to reach for their goals and achieve them.

 
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Josh Chessman

"When something is important, you do it even if the odds are not in your favour".

Has spent over 10 years living in the strength and conditioning realm. 

Josh’s background is rooted in amateur Strongman competitions but lately he has evolved into a complete athlete by tackling endurance based events, such as trail running. In May 2018, Josh completed his first Trail Running Ultra, proving that guys with muscle could compete with the typical endurance athlete. 

Josh is currently training for other ultra endurance based events, which include the development of his own races in support of The Whiteboard Project and mental health related initiatives. 

You will find him not backing down from a challenge and has a regular routine of facing his fears head on. The less he enjoys something the more likely he is to do it.

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Overcome.

obesity and health related issues.

addiction.

mental health issues.

rising suicide rates, especially among military and first responders.

Social Issues.

We are facing some real world struggles! Let's rebuild ourselves and the people around us from the inside out. Let's start back at Square One and reinvent our physical and mental health. Let's rebuild our relationships. Let's rethink how we work. Let's rethink where we work, live and play. Let's do this with a collegial spirit and inspire people around us to do the same.

Humanity is counting on us!

Let's do this!

Join,

The Fight.

And, challenge the limits of Human Potential.

It's Your Move.

 
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