Jason Khalipa's actions and accomplishments speak for themselves: devoted father, world champion, global businessman. After years of rigorous training, Jason earned the title of Fittest Man on Earth and finished first in the 2008 CrossFit Games. Hard work and insatiable drive paid off, and his company, NCFIT, grew to success. Jason thought he had overcome insurmountable obstacles throughout his career, but nothing prepared him for the moment when his daughter, Ava, was diagnosed with leukemia. Tasked with facing what no parent should have to confront, he had two choices: succumb to overwhelming anger, or jump headfirst into the fight. He chose the latter.
In his first book, As Many Reps As Possible (AMRAP), Jason reveals the invaluable principles that helped him and his wife dedicate every minute of their lives to Ava's battle. The backbone of Jason's success is a simple and accessible process that, with dedication, will help you take control of life, harness your true potential, and triumph in every way. Borrowing from the fitness idea of completing as many reps as possible of an exercise in a given time period, Jason developed The AMRAP Mentality, a proven system that will help you discover your why, focus on what you can control, work hard, and ultimately blow past your goals. With clear insight, personal anecdotes, and directed reader exercises, this book will help you get where you're going, wherever that may be. Be prepared to dream big, dig in your heels, roll up your sleeves, and get to work.
The AMRAP Mentality is here. Life is waiting for you.
Customer ReviewsSee All
A Must Read For Any Entrepreneur
As a 26 year old CrossFit box owner I was eager to learn from one of the most elite minds in the fitness business. Even with such high expectations, the book blew me away. I’ve learned plenty of tactics that I’ll use not only in my business journey, but my daily life as well. Do yourself a favor & pick up a copy ASAP!
Short and impactful
I drive a lot for work so audio is always the best for me. This book took about 2.5 hrs so it was very easy to follow. Jason has some great tips and the flow of the book is perfect. I highly recommend for anyone looking for a good book to maximize your time and potential!