Gym Owner, Firefighter, and Former Arena Football Star | How Did He Do It
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Watch our newest interview with Mike Osuna owner of Train 8nine fitness center. Gym Owner, Firefighter, and Former Arena Football Star. How Did He Do It?
This man can do it all.
Here is his bio. Mike began his sporting career in the eighth grade as an 103# wrestler. In high-school he was a dual letterman. He qualified for states and was named third-team All-Dade in wrestling and while leading his football in sacks (10.5) in only seven games. Mike was awarded a full scholarship to the University of Central Florida where he rotated as a starter at Defensive End his junior and senior year. After graduating he played FB/LB for four years in the Arena Football League winning a championship with the Orlando Predators in 2001.
Mike has competed in several local CrossFit competitions and the 2010 CrossFit Regionals. He also helped coach CrossFit Vida Brickell which qualified for the CrossFit Games in 2011. Mike was one of the pioneers of the South Florida CrossFit movement, when he opened up I Am CrossFit in 2008. He and his then partner, opened six total locations over the next eight years. He is the founder and organizer of the Crush Games, a nationally known fitness competition. In 2011, Mike also launched Formulx supplements which is known for its all-natural, grass-fed whey protein. He spends his time researching and traveling the country attending fitness and general nutrition conferences.
Mike is also an eleven-year firefighter/paramedic for Palm Beach County Fire Rescue. He recently got promoted to Driver Engineer.
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