“In doing Snatched, I was reminded that I can actually be a sexy motherf*cker. I fell back into good eating habits, starting lifting weights which I hadn't done since high school, and found a group of people that take fitness seriously, but not too seriously.” - Ninja Jason
No one was a bigger skeptic of MFF than me. I’m surprised I didn’t break the internet with my eye rolls every time I saw a unicorn pooping rainbow turds populate on my Facebook page. No matter how many videos of hopped-up weirdos wearing unicorn onesies I watched, I was not. on. board.
However, 2014 was a rough year for me and I was not dealing with it in a healthy way. I was eating too much crap, drinking a bottle of wine at a time, and locking myself in my apartment with Chinese takeout, Hulu, and Seymour, my miniature schnauzer who loves me no matter how out of shape I get. It had gone far enough.
In doing Snatched, I was reminded that I can actually be a sexy motherfucker. I fell back into good eating habits, starting lifting weights which I hadn’t done since high school, and found a group of people that take fitness seriously, but not TOO seriously. Yes, the team at MFF wants you to reach your full fitness potential, but they realize we are only human, and that our shortcomings are not failures, but opportunities to learn more about our bodies and ourselves. I am so grateful to have met the team at MFF and am excited to continue my journey to hotness with these kettle-bell-wielding, pot-cookie-eating, Celine Dion-loving, Yogi Bear-singing, NINJA-WHORES!