March 22, 2012
by Jessica
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Mia, Mia Quinn

Last month, as we prepared for the launch of SuperBetter, I was fortunate enough to be contacted by Mia*, a domestic violence survivor who wanted to play SuperBetter to help her overcome post-traumatic stress disorder. Mia bravely volunteered to write … Continue reading

Meet our All-Stars!

March 20, 2012 by Jessica | 1 Comment

Last month, we took applications for players to be SuperBetter All-Stars. These players will share their SuperBetter journeys over the next 6-8 weeks through blog posts and videos, and they’re truly an amazing group of people! With challenges ranging from losing weight to battling depression to cancer, these heroic men and women have opened their lives to give you an insider’s view of what it means to get SuperBetter. We’ll feature more information and blog posts from our All-Stars over the coming weeks, and you can follow them on our YouTube channel. Right now, you can watch their application videos to get acquainted with them and the goals they are pursuing.

Jonathan B.: Powered by positive attitude
Epic win: Drop a pant size.
Secret superpower: My ability to take a positive attitude about improvements to my diet and exercise regiment.
You’d never guess that: I play the ukulele. Poorly.
Inspiration: My wife. We’ve known each other since high school, and she’s still able to see the healthy me hidden inside.

Joyce C.: Super senior committed to fitness
Epic win: Go to the gym four times a week
Secret superpower: Joyful dedication
You’d never guess that: I used to be a librarian.
Inspiration: Staying strong so that I can do all the things I want to do.

Mike R.: Defeating depression to run faster than ever
Epic win: To run my fastest half-marathon time
Secret superpower: Some would say that my superpower is making friends
You’d never guess that: I’ve been known to write more than the odd poem
Inspiration: Life and it’s indomitable drive to continue and flourish

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