Scott Switzer (00:02):
Sevan Matossian (00:03):
Scott Switzer (00:04):
Oh on guys.
Sevan Matossian (00:06):
Good morning. Thanks for doing this. It’s Schweitzer, right, Scott?
Scott Switzer (00:09):
It is correct. Schweitzer. Oh,
Sevan Matossian (00:11):
Good. Schweitzer reading’s not my strong suit. I want to keep You don’t have Brian on to pronounce names. I want to keep calling you Scott Switzer. And I get KA sent me a DM or text slapping me around a little bit. I was like, all right. Right. All right, I’ll
Scott Switzer (00:28):
Get it. Yeah. She is the name police on our crew.
Sevan Matossian (00:30):
Yeah, she’s great. She polices me too. I actually appreciate it. Dude. First of all, thank you for doing all the podcast. I am a world class and I love the fact that I can go, anytime I want to interview someone, I can go over to Clyde’s Dale podcast and listen, and it’s great research for me. Fantastic. So cheers to the fellow. Thank you to the fellow podcast, man. 2011, that’s when you came into the to CrossFit game.
Scott Switzer (01:07):
That is correct. Yeah,
Sevan Matossian (01:08):
Scott Switzer (01:10):
Tell me. Yeah, it was a weird story. Yeah,
Sevan Matossian (01:14):
I heard it, but I wanna hear it again. It’s so good. It’s so good. Hey, it’s so good.
Scott Switzer (01:20):
So in 2011, I was weighing over 500 pounds. I was looking for answers. I’d tried every diet, nutrition plan under the sun. And one day my next door neighbor, who I knew was a personal trainer, didn’t know what he was involved with, just knew he trained athletes. And I was in my front yard and I basically begged him for help.
Sevan Matossian (01:48):
I’m gonna go back a little bit. Didn’t there a gust of wind that blew something from your yard into his yard and you had to go over there and meet him, <laugh>?
Scott Switzer (02:01):
That is correct. And were
Sevan Matossian (02:03):
You wasn’t there, maybe I’m making this up. I’m making it more romantic than it is, but weren’t you like praying for help too? At that time?
Scott Switzer (02:11):
I was. Yeah. So the gust of wind came, took a gazebo we had attached to our back deck. It ripped it out of the deck and into my neighbor’s house, and he had just moved in. So that’s how we met. That’s good. Is me out there struggling at 500 plus pounds trying to move the parts of this gazebo away from his home. And it was raining, it was windy, and he was out there helping me take all the pieces. My first thought was, how much money am I gonna owe him for the damage to his house? And his thought was, I just want to help this guy.
Sevan Matossian (02:52):
Is he still your neighbor? And
Scott Switzer (02:54):
So he is not,
Sevan Matossian (02:56):
Oh, did you move or did he move?
Scott Switzer (02:58):
Sevan Matossian (03:00):
And then how many months after that interaction And at that point you realized he was a trainer. Right. His name was Marcus from CrossFit. Shed Shred, shred, shred, CrossFit Shred should have been CrossFit gazebo,
Scott Switzer (03:18):
<laugh>. He introduced himself as a trainer during that interaction, and that’s how he knew that’s what he had done. But it took me a full six to eight months to ask for his help.
Sevan Matossian (03:34):
So that happened in 2010 and then in 2011, can you tell me about that? Going over there? Did you go to his house and you’re like, knock, knock, knock. Hey dude.
Scott Switzer (03:48):
No. Literally he had a great Dane that he walked three or four times a day. I was in the front yard and he was walking his dog home. And I said, Hey Marcus, I need your help. And he said,
Sevan Matossian (04:02):
And you’re at 500 pounds at that point,
Scott Switzer (04:04):
Correct. And he said to me, I was praying that you would ask me,
Sevan Matossian (04:12):
Dude, it’s such a great story for the, I’m gonna give you a little back on Scott. And Scott will fill in some of this. Scott was, played all the good sports in high school, football, track and field swimming, and then took swimming to crazy high level, made the national team skated, skated, swam for a semester at Ohio University, Ohio.
Scott Switzer (04:42):
Sevan Matossian (04:43):
Ohio State. And this wasn’t like, you weren’t born this way. You didn’t born, you were an active today. The story is, holy shit, all these kids are sitting around playing video games. You were the man you could get at it.
Scott Switzer (04:59):
Yeah, I played a sport every season when I wasn’t playing sports, I was outside doing stuff in, I lived in the country. So we would run through the woods. We didn’t have laser tag or gotcha guns back then. We would throw crab apples at each other to play games in the woods, things like that. It was always active.
Sevan Matossian (05:23):
It’s weird. I have all these fruit trees and I’m disgusted by the fact if I see my kids picking fruit and throwing it, but I know it’s the funnest game ever. I’m torn. I’m torn
Caleb Beaver (05:36):
<laugh>. We always go to my parents’ house and get golf clubs out and just whack pairs and apples and shit into the fields next door. So
Sevan Matossian (05:46):
Caleb, Scott, Scott, Caleb.
Caleb Beaver (05:48):
Nice to meet you. Scott.
Sevan Matossian (05:49):
Caleb, you don’t have a Caleb on your podcast? Huh? All three of you guys are front and center?
Scott Switzer (05:55):
Yeah, we actually have four of us. Oh, one of our guys is, he deals with the sponsorship stuff, all of that stuff kind of behind the scenes. And he has two very small children, so he can’t come on air as much.
Sevan Matossian (06:11):
Caleb is stuck in jail. And so he’s kind of like, this is the best two hours of his day. I’m concerned when he gets out of jail, if he’s still gonna be this motivat. Okay. So the crew on the podcast is Amy.
Scott Switzer (06:26):
Sevan Matossian (06:28):
Of course. I fucked that
Scott Switzer (06:29):
Up. Yeah, she is the fittest of us all.
Sevan Matossian (06:33):
Charlie ote five kids.
Scott Switzer (06:37):
Sevan Matossian (06:38):
Wow. And Cat.
Scott Switzer (06:42):
Sevan Matossian (06:45):
It’s cat shearer.
Scott Switzer (06:46):
Sevan Matossian (06:47):
Oh, good. It looks like cat shearer.
Scott Switzer (06:52):
She always says it’s just like beer only Shearer
Sevan Matossian (06:55):
Shear. Okay. So 2011, it both over there. Tell me about this approach to him when you ask him, and by the way, in the podcast you did with Julie fue, there’s something you say that you just want to be able to do stuff
Without being nervous about it. You just want to be able to, you didn’t say nervous. You just want to be able to do things and not be afraid to do them. And when I heard that, because I’ve interviewed so many people who are 300, 400, 500 pounds, this, I think what you mean by that, and correct me if I’m wrong, is there was this lady I interviewed when I was at the CrossFit podcast, and she said she was in a grocery store and she dropped a grapefruit and she knew it was gonna be crazy to have to pick it up. And she’s looking around and she’s like, oh shit, some lady just saw me drop that and I have to pick it up. And is that what you mean by not being afraid to do stuff? You wanna be able to go to the supermarket and not be tripping on the fact that if you drop a grapefruit, it’s gonna be an ordeal to pick it up.
Scott Switzer (07:57):
That’s a great example. That’s not what I was thinking at the time,
Sevan Matossian (08:00):
Scott Switzer (08:00):
Oh, okay. Definitely, definitely a great example. At the time, I was thinking about getting on an airplane, the seat’s not fitting, the seatbelt, not fitting, asking for a seatbelt extender, all the stuff that highlights that I’m not, this is not gonna go well for me
Sevan Matossian (08:18):
Or I can’t remember his name. I don’t know why I always forget his name. But there was the guy I had on my show, he was like six, seven. He’s the guy that hangs out with Sam Dancer. He has a heart that’s like this big, he’s the nicest guy in the world.
Scott Switzer (08:30):
Oh yeah. Matt
Sevan Matossian (08:31):
Bickle. Matt Bickle. Thank you. He was saying every time you sit in a chair, you’re looking at the chair and you’re like, oh shit, here we go. And you gotta stress test every chair.
Scott Switzer (08:43):
Or are the arms wide enough for me to be able to sit in this seat properly?
Sevan Matossian (08:50):
Did you ever go to a cart?
Scott Switzer (08:54):
Sevan Matossian (08:54):
No. Did you ever think about it?
Scott Switzer (08:58):
No. And what do you mean by cart?
Sevan Matossian (09:01):
Those cart looks like they have at Disneyland, when I was interviewing Gary Roberts, he said that he knew, oh, that if he ever went into one of those carts, that was the end. He would never get out. So he always was like, fuck that. I’m not doing a cart.
Scott Switzer (09:12):
No. Never went to a cart.
Sevan Matossian (09:14):
Never went to a cart.
Scott Switzer (09:17):
And honestly, I think because I was so active as a kid, I didn’t see health problems for the longest time as I gained weight, I could still walk around pretty good. It was just size into size. Okay, would I fit in this seat? Going to Disney World wasn’t about walking around for me, it was about will I fit in the seat on the ride.
Sevan Matossian (09:40):
Right. Tell me about that first conversation you had with Marcus as the first, do you remember as the first words coming outta your mouth? Was that kind of an out of body experience? What was that like? Were you, I can’t believe I’m saying this, or what did it come to? Is it desperation at that point
Scott Switzer (10:01):
It to ask him for help, it was desperation. And he said it didn’t happen in that moment. It was like three days later, we set up an appointment. He came to my house because he was busy that evening. So my heart is jumping outta my chest. What is he gonna tell me? What is he, my biggest fear was he was gonna say, I can’t help you. I just wanted to know he could. And he really put those fears to rest pretty quickly. Like he said, immediately, you are an athlete. Do not think of yourself as not an athlete. That athlete is still there. We just have to get it. And that just fired me up. He believed that we could take this on and win.
Sevan Matossian (10:54):
And so he felt you felt like you had a partner?
Scott Switzer (10:57):
Sevan Matossian (10:59):
And how long after that, before you took your first step in the gym?
Scott Switzer (11:06):
So that was mid-July of 2011 when we met. And he gave me workouts to do at home, and he would work out with me in my garage. A lot of it was just walking down the street. At first. I just want you to get to the end of the street and back, do it five times. And then it was, Hey, let’s go around the block. Let’s do this. And then I got a Y membership. He was giving me things to do at the Y. And then it was Veterans Day 2011. I walked into the gym for the first time and saw Murf on the board
Sevan Matossian (11:45):
And Veterans Days in November. We just have that.
Scott Switzer (11:48):
Sevan Matossian (11:49):
So July, what did
Scott Switzer (11:50):
They do? 11th did
Sevan Matossian (11:52):
July, August, September, November. So four or five months later. And you walked in and it was murf?
Scott Switzer (12:02):
It was murf.
Sevan Matossian (12:03):
Oh, no. What did you do?
Scott Switzer (12:05):
Sevan Matossian (12:06):
Scott Switzer (12:07):
Very, very modified. Very, very modified. But I did,
Sevan Matossian (12:12):
I’ve never done merf with the vest. Have you done that?
Scott Switzer (12:16):
Do a vest that day? Well, I had my own vest. It was built in at the time.
Sevan Matossian (12:21):
Scott Switzer (12:21):
Right. I was trying to shed that. But basically what he said to me is, all right, I want you to quickly walk, jog if you can, back and forth across the gym. And the first gym we were in was very long and narrow. And so it was go down, touch the door and go back, I think it was like 10 times. And then go over and I want you to do five ring rows. I want you to do 10 pushups on this bar that I’ve elevated, and I want you to sit down and get up off this box 15 times. And I want you to do that for 10 rounds. And then when you’re done with that, I want you to walk back and forth across the gym as quickly as you can, try to jog if you can back and forth. And that’s what I did that first day.
Sevan Matossian (13:06):
And how much had you lost some of the 500 at that point in those first four or five months? Yeah,
Scott Switzer (13:10):
I think I was 4, 4 60 at that point. Oh wow. So I’d lost probably 50 pounds before stepping in there.
Sevan Matossian (13:20):
When you’re 500 pounds and you get down to four 50, do you feel that 50 you lost?
Scott Switzer (13:27):
Of course. Every bit of weight that you lose, you feel There are definitely stages along the path where, oh my gosh, I can do this better now. Oh my gosh, I can do that better now. Just tying my shoes. I could tie my shoes at four 60.
Sevan Matossian (13:44):
Crazy. And do you remember how long that took you to do that workout?
Scott Switzer (13:50):
I still have the book somewhere. I don’t remember the time. And I don’t even know if he had me time it. He just had me do it. And then he would check in on me throughout the process, how do you feel? Is everything feeling good? Hey, maybe drop the ring road down a little bit, make it a little bit harder. And then he says that in that moment he saw the athlete come outta me and the competitiveness. So he pushed me during that workout a little bit harder than what he initially planned.
Sevan Matossian (14:19):
It’s pretty obvious in if you go to your Instagram account that you’re a great mover. I watched a bunch of your lifts yesterday. I mean, your snatch is great. Your clean is all, your movements are great. So it’s pretty obvious. You have great body awareness. And there’s obviously tons of people out there who are 3, 400, 500 pounds who have no body awareness. Not that they can’t still embark on the journey and be crazy successful, but that must have been a huge help. Yeah.
Scott Switzer (14:48):
Sevan Matossian (14:51):
I mean, everything you’re doing is symmetrical and beautiful and clean.
Scott Switzer (14:56):
Yeah, that’s 11 years of really working it. And over that time I’ve had injuries where I’ve had to really focus on technique.
Sevan Matossian (15:07):
How old are you?
Scott Switzer (15:09):
Sevan Matossian (15:11):
Damn. You have me by two years. And how old’s your daughter?
Scott Switzer (15:17):
Sevan Matossian (15:18):
I can’t even believe it. I’m on the total other end of you. I got little ones.
Scott Switzer (15:24):
Yeah. It’s a crazy world. Being a parent of a 21 year old.
Sevan Matossian (15:30):
And what year is she in college?
Scott Switzer (15:33):
Sevan Matossian (15:34):
Scott Switzer (15:36):
Sevan Matossian (15:36):
Did she skip a grade?
Scott Switzer (15:39):
She started early and yeah.
Sevan Matossian (15:44):
Is that your yard? She’s yard right there.
Scott Switzer (15:47):
That’s her yard.
Sevan Matossian (15:48):
Oh, that’s awesome.
Scott Switzer (15:50):
So she goes to school in Athens, Ohio. It’s in the, it’s oldest school in Ohio. It was actually formed before the state. And it’s in the middle of the country. And she has deer that live in her backyard.
Sevan Matossian (16:03):
Yeah. That’s awesome. That day that you did Merf, was the gym full of people? It must have been crowded.
Scott Switzer (16:12):
So it was an open gym, so people were coming in and leaving. So I met some of my best friends that day. I didn’t know they were gonna be my best friends, but I met some of my best friends that day.
Sevan Matossian (16:25):
And not every day you get to see a 500 pound person workout it. It’s a scene, right? It’s like, wow. What was it like in CrossFit Shred when they approach you and were you freaking <affirmative>?
Scott Switzer (16:43):
Of course. I was freaking out when I got in there. Marcus wasn’t there yet. I saw that workout on the board. I almost ran
Sevan Matossian (16:49):
Smart, healthy, healthy.
Scott Switzer (16:51):
If I could have run, I would have run. And everybody was so welcoming. But later down the line, they tell me they were worried for me cuz they had never seen a guy my size walk in and attempt to do what they were doing.
Sevan Matossian (17:11):
And you did it.
Scott Switzer (17:12):
And Shred was very young at the time. I think it was only a year old as an affiliate.
Sevan Matossian (17:19):
And do you remember seeing anyone around you that looked remotely? You starting where you were starting? Oh,
Scott Switzer (17:25):
Sevan Matossian (17:26):
Way. No. Mostly just savages all around.
Scott Switzer (17:31):
Sevan Matossian (17:33):
Any sense that you didn’t belong or was everyone pretty damn welcoming?
Scott Switzer (17:41):
I think everybody that was in my position being that heavy you, you’re gonna feel like you don’t belong.
Sevan Matossian (17:49):
Scott Switzer (17:51):
But that community surrounded me and loved on me. I could not even imagine. And it was pretty quick after that. I knew that this was where I was gonna succeed. I was never gonna get the support like this anywhere else.
Sevan Matossian (18:11):
Yeah, man. Everyone’s first CrossFit gym is, well, I shouldn’t say everyone. It, it’s a very typical story that you’re sharing. You go into your first gym and you can’t even believe it. And I’m sure, how many podcasts have you done?
Scott Switzer (18:28):
I think with bonus episodes over 500.
Sevan Matossian (18:31):
Crazy. And what year did you start that?
Scott Switzer (18:35):
Sevan Matossian (18:37):
Holy cow. Okay. So you’re busy too, as you tell this. Have you heard this story too? Have you heard people come onto your podcast and tell you the same story? You’re like, yep. Yep.
Scott Switzer (18:50):
Yeah, I’ve heard this story a lot over time. It was pretty quick that Shred used my story on their website and people would come in and wanna meet me and talk to me and hear how I did it and tell me how they were struggling the same way that I was. And I met a lot of great people that way, even before the podcast came around. And I think that’s, that’s why I started the podcast. I love to hear these stories and I just wanted to hear more. I love when people overcome something, whether it be weight or something else.
Sevan Matossian (19:31):
In the podcast you did with Julie, there was a pretty telling moment where you basically say, and you’re not too explicit about it, but you basically say you switched gyms. And there were multiple reasons obviously, but one of the ones that I thought was very powerful and poignant, and I think extremely valid was the fact that you had lost 200, you dropped, you basically lost half your body, you dropped 200 and a 35 pounds. So you were walking around at 2 65 and you didn’t necessarily want to be the guy that guy anymore. You didn’t wanna be the guy that was like, Hey, I was once the 500 pound guy and then I dropped down to 2 65. You wanted to be not known as the guy that lost all that weight. You wanted a fresh start, kind of free. It sounds like at first maybe you embodied that narrative, but then at some point you wanted to get away from a narrative and have a new birth. Am I onto something here?
Scott Switzer (20:32):
So I think you’ve opened Pandora’s Box and that’s okay. That’s
Sevan Matossian (20:36):
Scott Switzer (20:38):
In 2016, I was doing some lifts and all of a sudden felt a twinge in my back, went to doctor, fell that lower back, felt it in my lower back. Okay. End up going to a doctor, getting an mri. And I have three blown discs in different parts of my back. And that is not from CrossFit, that was from being 500 pounds. So with that injury, I became very limited. And what was cool about the weight loss when I got in is I was riding the high from 2011 to 2016, but we had never really addressed why I gained all the weight. So when I got injured and I couldn’t work out, I was before and I lost that community for bits of time. The success started to unravel and I started to put weight back on. When that happened, I, so I actually became a coach with that gym in 2000, early 15 when that happened in, by about 2017, they benched me as a coach.
Sevan Matossian (21:53):
And what year was that?
Scott Switzer (21:55):
Sevan Matossian (21:57):
Oh, that must have been an easy conversation.
Scott Switzer (22:00):
And I took that really, really hard.
Sevan Matossian (22:02):
Scott Switzer (22:03):
And in retrospect, I didn’t deal with it the right way. I don’t think the owner dealt with it in the right way. But we’ve come to an understanding now where I just could have done, and I needed to take a break from coaching because my body couldn’t hold up to coaching and doing the workouts in a day. But what happened is I put on the weight, people were still calling me coach people were, I’m the guy that lost all the weight, yet I’m gaining weight. So I felt like a hypocrite in that moment. And it got to a point in 2019 where I just stopped going to the gym because I felt like a failure every time I walked in the door. And as much as people would reach out to me, Hey, come on in, in, in, I still felt like the failure every time I walked in those doors because I wasn’t that guy anymore. And so in 2000 twenties when I decided to go to a different gym,
Sevan Matossian (23:04):
Tell why did they stop having you as a coach? Because you started putting on too much weight and you were losing your mobility or you had a bad attitude?
Scott Switzer (23:15):
Well, I think all of that one, I wasn’t as good a coach as I could be because I was hurting. And I looked in my head, I went right back to the old Scott who was like, they’re benching me cuz I’m fat. And I spiraled into a deep depression. It’s taking me a long time. It’s taken me a long time to realize what caused all that in the first place and how to get out of that funk. And I’m much better for it today. But that was a really tough time in my life.
Sevan Matossian (23:53):
What did get you in that funk? What did get you in that funk? How did you go from collegiate athlete to start putting on weight? Do you know what it was?
Scott Switzer (24:07):
So I am an extrovert who needs to be around people. And what we found out is when I was a kid, I had some of my be better friends, were part-time friends, they were my friends when it was convenient for them, but when it wasn’t, they went on to other issues. And that really made me fear that people would leave me in my life. And when that benching occurred in 2017, I felt like everybody was leaving me.
Sevan Matossian (24:39):
How about originally? Originally, why do you think you put on the weight? So I’m no psychiatrist, but is that separation anxiety? Like you were born and you weren’t allowed, has anyone said, well, you weren’t allowed to breastfeed, so you got separation anxiety and therefore
Scott Switzer (24:58):
No, I think it was a part of team sports for most of my life. And when I retired from swimming, I didn’t have anything community wise to jump back into. So working out was a very solitude endeavor. Getting on a treadmill or doing curls or bench or whatever. And I tried different, I tried power lifting, I tried some different things after that and nothing filled that void of being on a team sport.
Sevan Matossian (25:28):
Wow. So a huge part of CrossFit for you is the community. You love the class.
Scott Switzer (25:37):
It is 90% of it.
Sevan Matossian (25:40):
Yeah. That’s awesome. That is really awesome. Do you go to a gym now? CrossFit Gym now? I do. Do you have anxiety every time you go in a small tin of it? No. None. How about when you do your podcast, when your podcast starts up, do you get a little anxiety there almost before the guest comes on?
Scott Switzer (26:05):
Depends on the guest, but I’m pretty comfortable now doing it. I get more anxiety doing it this side. When you’re in control instead of me
Sevan Matossian (26:16):
<laugh> for sure I, I do not want to go on other podcasts. That gives me say, but I never belong to a gym. But I probably have worked out in affiliate, I don’t know, not a lot, couple hundred times. And every time I have a moment, a small moment of anxiety, even at the gym at HQ when I worked out all the time, I always have this moment of, oh shit, and it goes away very quickly. And of course by the end of class it’s completely gone. It’s like, it’s not even anywhere in sight, but for you, you’re going there. It kind of reminds me, that’s why I like school so much. You’re going there to see your friends and then working out as just something you do with your friends. Whereas I kind of go there to work out and then by the end I’m like, oh, these are cool people. I start on one end and go to the other and you go from the friends to the working out. I go from the working out to the friends.
Scott Switzer (27:10):
Even though this gym I’m at now is very different, there’s not a lot of time for friends. At least I’m in that community and the little bit of time before and a little bit of time after I get that interaction and that’s what I need.
Sevan Matossian (27:23):
Did you meet your wife when you were a athlete? Athlete body?
Scott Switzer (27:32):
I wasn’t too far off my athlete body.
Sevan Matossian (27:34):
And so she saw you go through this transformation, she saw you go from two 50 up to 500?
Scott Switzer (27:43):
Sevan Matossian (27:44):
What do people close to you say to you? Do people address it when people are close to you?
Scott Switzer (27:55):
I think the people close to me. Yeah. I mean, my family and I address it all the time because I want my whole family to be healthy. I gotta say, my mom is like, she should be on this podcast. Actually, she lost 150 pounds. Crazy at like 67. I think she was at the time. She’s done like 55 ks since then.
Sevan Matossian (28:22):
She, she’s done, she ran a 55 kilometer race?
Scott Switzer (28:25):
No, no, no. She’s done 55 Ks.
Sevan Matossian (28:29):
Oh, 55 Ks.
Scott Switzer (28:32):
Sevan Matossian (28:32):
So that is an amazing part of story. You got into CrossFit and you drugged your wife and your mom in with you and they each lost over a hundred pounds.
Scott Switzer (28:41):
Sevan Matossian (28:42):
All at CrossFit Shred.
Scott Switzer (28:44):
Well, my mom doesn’t live here, so that’s why she went into, she was 67 at the time. She just started doing a 5k a day around her neighborhood and then she started doing actual races where she would go and get the medals and all that stuff. But never did a single thing like that until she was in her late sixties. How
Sevan Matossian (29:08):
Did you get her into that? What did you say? Did you say, Hey mom, I’ve lost like 50 pounds. You should try moving.
Scott Switzer (29:14):
Yep. I think she just watched and was inspired and saw us moving, so she wanted to do the same thing. It didn’t take a lot of talking to her to get that done.
Sevan Matossian (29:32):
Relative to your own journey and how proud you are of your own journey, are you even more proud of your mom? When I think of my mom working out it, I’m just like, tickled.
Scott Switzer (29:41):
Are you trying to get me to Alex Gza cry here,
Sevan Matossian (29:44):
<laugh>? I mean, I just think it’s the greatest gift you can give your children is healthy. A healthy parent. I mean, I don’t have to worry about my mom. My mom goes to a CrossFit gym. I’m like, whoa, this is great.
Scott Switzer (29:56):
Yeah, I am so proud of my mom.
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