Breakthrough for Brax
About two weeks ago, we were at our good friend’s beach house. It’s one of our favorite places to BE.
It is amazing to watch the relationships with Brax, Tank and Emma evolve with our dear friends. And Devon and I know that it takes a village to raise a child.
Watching Brax learn from Sweet Lou in the pool was amazing. Brax rapidly progressed from Friday night until Sunday afternoon.
Much, much quicker than an adult can learn anything.
Part of the reason is youth and a young, ripe brain. But the other part is that Braxton is so endlessly curious. He is self-competitive.
He asks a ton of questions, he tries something, then evaluates and adds on the next skill. In this case, it was jumping in the pool with no life jacket, staying underwater for up to 10 seconds, searching the bottom of the pool for toys, etc.
It was amazing to watch and I was as proud as a dad could be.
What did I learn from Brax? Simply to always be endlessly curious and to be better than I was prior (prior day, prior week, prior year and on).
Be unconventional - Kyle Newell
P.S-I am taking people for the next Panda Challenge, it begins June 22nd. Based on the first two challenges, the average inches lost around the waist in just 45 days is 3”!!!! If you are interested in one of the remaining 9 spots, reply to this email with ‘Panda’ in the subject box.
P.P.S-After much consideration, we are pushing our Fat Shredder to September. We will be able to run it better and people will be ready for it. We don’t want anyone to miss out. Details will come out as it gets closer.