There is so much more the Invicta FC's, Shannon Sinn, than meets her awe-inspiring eyes. From track star to MMA star, I recently got the very incredible opportunity to chat with one of my all-time favorite female fighters and learn a little bit more about why everyone is talking about this bad ass beauty; and why if they aren't, they most definitely should be! I know that you boast a huge passion and talent in track and field, what led you to get into martial arts? I was not looking for martial arts specifically. I was looking for a good, hard workout that would keep me interested.
You turned pro back in 2014, what were some things that you learned from during your transition from amateur to pro? Although I had always taken my training seriously, I realized that I would have to take it all to another level. Even in just that short amount of time the sport and competition has evolved so much. I decided to leave my full time job to be able to put everything I could into my career …
Former Pro-Surfer. Jiu-Jitsu World Champ. Advocate. Mom.
It seems that there is virtually nothing that Danielle Martin can’t take on. Faced with setbacks and hardships, she drives even harder... with a bright smile on her face. I recently had the very fortunate opportunity to speak with Danielle about her incredible life and how she continues to inspire others with her wisdom and strength.
"Being a professional surfer was something I had wanted to do at a very young age. There weren't many women in the water when I began surfing but I always had a lot of love and support from my surf teammates as well as sponsors in the sport. I was fortunate to be one of the three first females that SURFING Magazine ever spent money and even time on. It was a great career and the sport itself is amazing. I got a lot of confidence growing up in the ocean and battling for waves of my own.
I first started Martial Arts as a teenager. I was 17 when I first started Karate. I loved the discipline a…
It’s camping season! For years my husband and I avoided camping while our son was a baby, and unfortunately we missed out on a lot of super adventures that he could have tagged along for. Don’t miss out on an amazing camping vacation just because you feel your baby or toddler can’t hang!
Here is the ultimate camping checklist for baby’s and kids of all ages! Feel free to make additions and subtractions, and be sure to jot them down to create a unique list your own!
Tent Tarp Air mattress Manual or battery-powered pump Sleeping bags for the family Pillows Carpet remnant for tent entrance Lantern Flashlights & Headlamps for kids under 5 years old (as they generally have trouble with the concept of pointing the beam where they want to go, and they tend to drop flashlights and lose them) Travel crib, bassinet and/or pack n’ play (it’s just not safe for a baby to sleep on the air mattress with you) UmbrellaHammockCamp Kitchen