Wisconsin Native Marvin Kimble Is A 2020 U.S. Olympic Hopeful, Who Is Sharing Advice To Local Youth Who Dream Of Competing At The Olympic Games

 

U.S. Olympic Hopeful, Milwaukee native and Milk Life athlete Marvin Kimble has spent his entire life training for the opportunity to make history. He knows that inner strength and determination are just as important as strong muscles and big skills when it comes to gymnastics success. (PRNewsfoto/Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board)

 

 

“The path to compete for Team USA and the Olympic Games is an exciting and grueling journey. My 14-year journey has had awesome wins as well as setbacks and self-doubt,” says Kimble. “Olympic ambition can be achieved by remaining dedicated to your training program, staying healthy, having a good support network and keeping your eyes on the prize.”

Kimble, Is the reigning 2017 U.S. Still Rings and High Bar Champion, and he trains 4 hours a day 6 days a week at the Salto Gymnastics Center in Waukesha. As part of his training routine, he builds in 4-5 competitions and rest periods which happen every 4-5 weeks.

Milk Life is proceeding to bolster Group USA competitors on their travel to the Olympic and Paralympic Diversions. TheMilkLife campaign, supported by the nation’s Milk companies, is outlined to teach buyers almost the capable wholesome benefits of Milk. Marvin centers on remaining sound by keeping up a controlled count calories that incorporates three everyday servings of Milk – a supplement powerhouse with 9 fundamental supplementscounting 8 grams of common protein in each 8-ounce glass. As a part of Group Milk supported by the Wisconsin Milk Promoting Board (WMMB) and MilkPEP, Kimble knows remaining sound and injury-free is pivotal to making the U.S. Olympic GroupHence, a proactive physical program that incorporates quality preparingextending and keeping his bones solid is a fundamental portion of competing at the most elevated level.

“Since I was young, my mom would always tell me that milk builds strong bones. I would always drink milk in between and right before practices,” says Kimble. “Milk continues to play a key role in my training program recommended by my coaches.”

With a tiringrequesting preparing plan, it’s critical to have the bolster of family, companions, coaches and individual competitors. And overall, competitors have to stay centered on the conclusion objectiveEach preparing day, Kimble taps a sign in his exercise center that says “touch here in the event that you’re a champ” to keep him motivated. Kimble wishes all U.S. Olympic hopefuls the finest in accomplishing their dreams and inquires anybody to reach out for counsel and bolster. Learn more approximately Kimble and take after his way to Olympic Diversions Tokyo on his Instagram and the WMMB’s America’s Dairyland Facebook page.

Nine out of 10 Olympians developed up drinking Milk, so it makes sense that MilkPEP and the WMMB are pleased supports of America’s tip-top competitors working to compete at the Rio 2016, PyeongChang 2018 and Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Diversions. Through this organization, MilkPEP will proceed to reinforce milk’s relationship with kids and their mothers by locks in them with uplifting competitorspersuading messages and an association with their favorite donning occasions – the Olympic and Paralympic Recreations.

About WMMB: The Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board is a nonprofit organization of dairy farmers that promotes the consumption of milk, cheese and other dairy products made in America’s Dairyland. For more information about WMMB, visit www.wmmb.com or connect with the company on Facebook.

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