Want to know how to build a tribe?
My next guest is Lee Hargrave. A Former Rocket Scientist and founder and owner of Fort Worth's premier health and fitness facility, EnduraLAB. Through experience, multiple degrees, and certifications, Lee has taken an analytical approach to take the guesswork out of better health and fitness.
Lee created EnduraLAB in 2011 and has taken it from a community running group to a world-class 7,000 square-foot training facility.
Lee’s unwavering commitment to growth and development has led to an extensive educational background with degrees in Aeronautical Engineering from the University of Illinois, Mechanical Engineering from the University of Texas at Arlington, and Masters in Business Administration from Indiana University. He has taken his analytical and inquisitive nature and applied it to the programming, biomechanical analysis, and coaching of athletes.
Today, Lee continues to push his fitness to the limits and surrounds himself with leaders in all facets of fitness. This has allowed him to do what he loves: guiding athletes to understand and increase the top end of their genetic potential. He is a hardworking visionary that will stop at nothing to make EnduraLAB the best of the best.
Listen in while we discuss tribe building, fitness, diet, and good sleep hygiene. Lee is a mad scientist!
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