Kevin's Blog

As most programs across America just finished their second week of action, we are in full swing for football season! It’s amazing what a successful program can do for you & your university, and how it can help you stay committed to your fitness goals! Fired Up and Working For It! Before the start of

In my recent post Win the Battle of the Bulge this Summer, I covered the fundamentals of nutrition, with some actionable guidelines that can help anyone get into better shape through better dietary decisions. In this post, I focus on stretching, cardiovascular and strength training and outline a proven workout plan for building strength and

Our short film, Finding the Champion Within – The Kevin Saunders Story, was just recognized with two awards in the 36th Annual Telly® Awards. We were awarded the Silver Telly (the highest honor) for “Documentary Film” and the Bronze Award for Cinematography. With nearly 12,000 entries from all 50 states and numerous countries, this is

Want to get a group of your best friends into a Spartan Race? Your entry can be FREE! Read on… Once again, I have a CHALLENGE just for YOU! I love sports and athletics. Sure, they are fun and that is a huge part of why they are so popular – not just for professional athletes

Nutritional 911

 Our eating habits need help. Fast food, high-calorie desserts, sweetened drinks, and the wide range of processed foods on the market have filled us up – and filled us out. The numbers are staggering… in the United States, most adults are overweight or obese, as are 1 in every 3 children. As our

Speaking about a strategy for improving health and safety in the work environment using Teamwork to lead the way! In this post, I invite readers to assess their own lifestyles and see how their routine and environment contribute to their own health and safety on and off the job. I also provide a few tips

Alan’s Story While I was going through different European countries serving as an International Ambassador for Health & Fitness, we met so many different people. While in Paris, I met Alan McAllorum, the concierge at the Best Western Hotel near the Eiffel Tower. Like a true service professional, Alan was a very likable person and

Kevin was blasted over 300 feet in the air and over a 2-story building, with severe injuries that left him paralyzed from the chest down and confined to a wheelchair. But that wouldn’t keep him from FINDING THE CHAMPION WITHIN. I recently had the honor of being invited to deliver a keynote speech for Garney

Commit to Staying Healthy Staying healthy requires that you commit to eating healthy and working out on a consistent basis, using strength and cardio conditioning. I recommend that you keep a log book, which you use to record your workouts and even rate them on a scale from 1-10. Rate how you felt before your

In those precious milliseconds, when my worst fears were realized, I lost not only ten coworkers, but my freedom, my future, and the use of much of my body. The blast had hurled me right through the roof. I flew over a two a story building over 300 feet through the sky, and then landed