Our Ionized Athlete, Mark Hollis, has begun his fall training and meet schedule. He’s done great so far this year, winning the USA National Men’s Championship title and continues on the road towards Olympic trials. He was recently featured on the back cover of Gill Athletics fall catalog with his USA title.
While there are several events between now and then, the stepped up training regimen and all of those other meets are all part of the plan to take his next big step towards Olympic trials – that is winning the 2011 World Championship in August of next year.
Mark Hollis, our “ionized athlete” continues to win as he moves closer towards his goal of making the Olympic team. At recent events in Grand Haven, Michigan and Champaign, Illinois he took the top spots. The Grand Haven jump came only 2 days after his return from Greece.
A few months ago I was contacted by Olympic hopeful Mark Hollis. Mark is a pole-vaulter who made his first jump at age 4 when his big brother brought home a pole that he had customized for him. He’s been flying through the air ever since and is working to make the next Olympic team.
Mark had been told about alkaline ionized water by other competitors at qualifying metes and, after learning more about the properties of the water and how it worked, wanted to see if it would help him “run faster & jump higher.” Looking for any healthy, natural competitive edge, Mark contacted me about water ionizers. I felt this was a great opportunity to get feedback from a full-time competing athlete on how alkaline ionized water enhanced performance and decided to send him a demo Tyent TURBO 7070 unit that I had been using for testing here.
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