I began as youthful as you can be as an athlete…
At the age of a few, I begun skiing and every single other activity you could place a toddler in there I was.
I was the only girl growing up in my community of eight boys which include my brother and we played each activity imaginable all day.
I don’t forget my father timing my brother and I racing laps around the residence.
My purpose was to play basketball in higher education but with accidents and my dream to go to a large D1 school I decided to go to Colorado university and forget about enjoying basketball at a expert level and put my skiing in my front seat.
Soon after college I grew to become a ski coach in Vermont in which I was the only female freestyle skiers.
This led me to becoming recruited to Woodward Tahoe in which I met my husband who was the BMX pro there.
No surprise to everyone, I observed somebody who loved sports activities and competing just as substantially as me.
Competitions and sporting activities have usually been my enthusiasm and component of my existence.
Even now in my mid-30s I’m discovering new strategies of training, finding new means to thrust my physique, and in far better condition than I ever thought was probable at my age.
I’m usually up for a problem whether it be from my husband who attempts to get me on a bicycle heading off of jumps, an individual saying I will not bounce that cliff, or my brother who wants to do a hard mudder.
If there is level of competition, I’ll be there.
There’s a special feeling when a person thinks he can do greater at one thing athletic than you since you are a feminine, then getting ready to clearly show him up – now that holds a distinctive position within me that I will under no circumstances not love.
I like a obstacle and I do not brain failing as extended as I know I’m putting my all into it.
Sporting activities and pushing by yourself is what I have regarded my entire lifestyle.
I really do not know where I would be with out it- if I experienced to describe myself in a single term it would be an athlete.
(Jaimee Lounello Rubio)