Joseph's Tea is proud to partner with amazing and inspiring leaders in the wellness and fitness industry. Today, we are excited to introduce you to our newest Partner, Robert Anthony. Robert is a Motivational & Public Speaker, Professional Prosthetic Educator, Founder of "Limb Possible", U.S Amputee Soccer Player, American Ninja Warrior Season 9 and much more!
Shannon and Guerby were introduced to Robert because he drinks Tea to help recover from all his intense workouts and competitions. As a professional athlete recovery, stamina, and overall health is critical. Tea has so many amazing health benefits that can help anybody lead a healthier lifestyle.
Robert Anthony - "With Love All Things Are Possible"
Robert is a right leg below knee amputee, he was amputated at 10 months old due to Fibular Hemimelia. Growing up was not easy for Robert as he was a victim of a house fire, abuse and other obstacles he was faced with other than his handicap.
Robert turned those tests into a testimony and is now married with two children. Robert has worked in the prosthetic industry at East Coast Orthopedics & Prosthetics for over 4 years. He has traveled across the country as a motivational speaker and has spoken to companies like CNBC, NIKE, Marathon Petroleum, and the US Department of Housing. Robert is a player on the U.S. An Amputee Soccer Team, U.S.A Sitting Volleyball A2 player, Para Spartan Competitor and much more! Robert Founded his own organization and Stand-Up Amputee Basketball Team “Limb Possible” and competes in Triathlons and Obstacle courses.
Robert has appeared on TV shows such as: "American Ninja Warrior", "Ink Masters", "Fosse", "7 Seconds", "Damages", "The Code", "Returning the Favor" with Mike Rowe, Pix 11 "Yankees V.S. Mets Commercial" in 2018, and more!
His message is to "Lead with Love" and with a positive mental attitude "Anything's Possible". Robert's goal is to continue on reaching new heights!
For several years, my trouble with emotional eating came from boredom and loneliness. There was a time when I experienced those emotions DAILY!
While I am grateful that I do not deal with those emotions as often anymore, they still show up occasionally. And that is when the old habit of coping with m...