Shit dude. I don't wanna turn this into a soap opera or anything but I was never the MVP at anything. I never was really good at anything. My talents consisted of having a positive Kill/Death ratio in Call of Duty, Halo, Battlefield, as well as just being good at video games in general. Other than that, sports weren't my thing. I may have looked like I could have been average player, I'm kinda skinny and short but fast and I am pretty coordinated but when I was on the court or field, I couldn't perform tasks consistently. I was always the kid that when he did one good thing, everyone in the audience clapped and people were talking about it all through the week at practice because it was so surprising that I did something positive. I always didn't get along with team mates and coaches very well because they all acted like little league baseball games and pee wee football was the most serious shit ever and I was just like "Meh, lets just relax and have fun." So that didn't go very well and I was kicked off of my football team's practice field multiple times. Coach just told me to get off of his field and go home. Football was the last team sport that I played, after 3 years I said "Fuck that." and I stopped after my 3rd season.
The thing with BMX is, if I don't like something, I don't have to do it! It's cool to ride everything and do every trick possible but I like being my own person and doing what I want to do! But I have seen and been through a lot of shit in my last almost two years of riding. I have developed tons of friendships, had experiences that I will remember for a lifetime, and a lot of other stuff. I am happier, more organized, better behaved, stronger, smarter, and just a better person in general!