We built a hospital in Rwanda – It took 14 months, a delay from Ebola, and $100,000 to build a hospital in Rwanda providing nurses and medicine to over 1,500 people a month.


Build a hospital but also hep develop local intelligence and skills to combat health maladies that are caused by poor fitness. Once we had the hospital built, I went to Rwanda and taught health and fitness directly with the children and parents; identified and empowered individuals on how to train properly to expand their life potential. I also hosted workshops with the community to change their movement patterns and thus reduce the knee/low back pain + chronic disease, including visiting a local school.

I’m going to make athletes and give them the confidence that they CAN be healthy for life.

I also be worked with the community which includes 10,000+ coffee farmers, who lift and carry 157 lb. bags through rough terrain on a daily basis and often complain of back and knee issues. My hope is provide training to prevent poor movement patterns, in turn making them healthier and less prone to injury. The jobs they have are the only way that they provide for their families, so I hope to make them more secure in their ability to do that.