Jenn Rotsinger has been a competitive powerlifter since 2004 and has lifted in all divisions of the sport from raw with sleeves to full multi-ply. Some of her proudest accomplishments include a WR raw squat of 341lb (155kg), a 408lb (185.5kg) deadlift, and a 940lb (426.4kg) total in the 114lb (52kg) class. Jenn has also recently achieved a 992lb total in the 123lb class including a 375 squat, 204 bench, and 413 deadlift.
Jordan Wong of North Port, Florida, is a competitive powerlifter in both the 220lb and 242lb divisions. He has consistently been ranked in the top 10 for the past four years and counting. Jordan's best lifts in competition have been an 804lb squat (no wraps), 484lb bench press, and a 705lb deadlift. He is a former all time world record holder in the 220lb weight class with a 785lb squat.
Max’s strongman career culminated in 2009 when he won his ASC Pro Card as a 105k Lightweight and was invited to compete in the inaugural Amateur World Championships at the 2010 Arnold Classic.
During college, Max began powerlifting, completing a competition best squat of 556, bench of 402, a 716 deadlift, and a 1624 total at 220.
Jon has been a triathlete for over 10 years and he lives and breathes the sport. When he began his athletic journey, Jon thought that living as an athlete meant getting in big workouts and competing a few times a year. Now that he has participated in over 60 triathlons, trained for over 30 hours in a week, and completed the Ironman World Championship, he’s realized that it is much more than that.
Mike has raced all over the United States including racing Ironman Lake Placid, Ironman 70.3 World Championships, Escape From Alcatraz, Savageman Triathlon and USAT Nationals. He uses his knowledge and real world experience to help others to achieve and exceed their own goals in the gym and while racing.
Each year, Nickademus searched for the “world’s most difficult races”, and each year he finished every single one. He completed Badwater 135, Arrowhead 135, PLAIN 100, and HURT 100. He finally met his match in 2011 as Barkley was his first ever DNF. They say third times a charm, as Nickademus had learned to balance his ego and fear and won the notoriously difficult race in 57hrs and 41minutes in 2013.