There's more to Scott than just his recent health injury scare with his collapsed lung aka Spontaneous Pneumothorax. Scott Mulvaney has a higher purpose to inspire you to LIVETHEFUEL! His Podcast Show is to help "FUEL Your Health, Business, Lifestyle!" He's acquired 20+ years of Fired Up Success in sales and coaching, along with Epic Failures along the way. Oh and yes, he’s a former USFS Hotshot Wildland Firefighter!
Scott‘s 20+ professional years includes conquering roles in sales, marketing, coaching, training, and leadership development. He has balanced his professional business career growth while flexing 15+ years across the fitness industry too. He is a "Scott of All Trade's" with an adrenaline junkie passion for self-development and lifestyle transformation.
Scott Mulvaney has a limitless mindset for growth. Current focuses are on growing in the public speaking, social media branding, and online marketing sectors. His conquered roles included successes with major companies including ADP Corporation, T-Mobile USA, and KGB formerly InfoNXX.
Scott embodies the limitless energy necessary for personal and professional success. This is FUEL is thanks to his years in the health and fitness coaching space. His Lifestyle Freedoms include balancing CrossFit, Skiing, Cycling, Skydiving, and Travel. Scott balances professional pursuits with philanthropic activities, having served as a board member(s) and investing countless volunteerism hours with multiple 501(c)(3) organizations.
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Scott's most extreme background experience stems from serving in public service as a Hotshot Wildland Firefighter with the US Forest Service as well.
Scott Mulvaney competes in all types of action and endurance sports. Accolades include completing the Marine Corp People's Marathon, half marathons, a Ragnar Race (200-mile relay), multiple OCR Races including Tough Mudder and Spartan Races. He is an avid mountain biker having competed in multiple races in GA, CO, and AZ and multiple 100-175 mile road cycling events to benefit the National MS Society, American Diabetes Association and other charities.
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My final public service announcement is if you know tall, lean athletes, don't scare them with this, but make sure they're aware of blebs and what a Spontaneous Pneumothorax. A partially collapsed lung is no joke. I did find out from a good friend of mine, that her son's girlfriend last year was finishing a softball tournament championship and the same exact injury happened to her because she was a tall, lanky, lean athlete.
Now granted, I'm 41, so they're not expecting this type of stuff. I guess that's the fun of me being a health and fitness junkie, is I could survive a lung collapse better than most but you can still get injured. So again, last part of the big picture message here. Take care of yourself. Focus on self-care, what you put in is what you get out regarding nutrition. It's important but also proper rest, and recovery, along with proper mindset, stress relief, and bringing the cortisol levels down.
I was pulling out all the stops and I'm still pulling out all the stops so I can bounce back as fast and as healthy as possible.
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Breathing tube out, new chest tube back in, and lung surgery success. 💪🏻👍🏻 Much love for all the support. I’m stir crazy, need to get outside, goal is outta here by the weekend. Much love everyone, sharing is caring, positive energy, gratitude, and LIVETHEFUEL!!! 🤜🏻🔥🤛🏻 . . . #partiallungcollapse #pneumothorax #breathingtubessuck #restandrecover #comebackstronger #livethefuel
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