Big Budah’s blog: Exercise setbacks, a charity softball game and more

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It’s been a long week for me, especially since I haven’t been able to work out due to some injuries.

I suffered a contusion on my right shin, and I sprained my left wrist–so I’ve been out for about a week and I’m anxious to get back to working out and continuing my health and physical fitness journey.

I have had some memorable events this week, like returning the 2002 Gold Medal for the 1500 Speed Skating event back to Derek Parra.

I got to participate in the Swing for Life charity softball game.

Playing softball for a good cause.

Playing softball for a good cause.

I got to test my dancing skills with the African dance tribe from Cavalia’s Odysseo.


I learned that there was an FBI office in Utah, and I’ve been here for almost 16 years.


But I think the coolest thing or person I should say that I met this week was Lisa Boone, the Great (Times 12) niece of Daniel Boone.


I am eager for my body to recover so that I can get back at it. I always like to say: “Half the battle is showing up!” So, right now, I am sliding back a little in this fight.

Click here to follow my Losing for Life journey from the beginning.

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