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Mycal Anders, MS, CSCS

Fitness is my platform for life changes,  and I have been blessed to help thousands of people over the past 16 years to not only accomplish physical and aesthetic goals, but also to overcome life challenges and change their own circumstances.


I’ve learned it is important that you serve as your own primary source of motivation. Everything that comes thereafter is bonus. I am here to help empower and educate you to get out of your own way and become the happiest, most productive version of yourself possible.


Using consistent manifestation and affirmation, in combination with a healthy lifestyle, the world is your oyster! I will share with you my story, with the intention of making you aware that you are not alone in your journey. Many, including myself, have walked those footsteps before you, and there will be many after you. Through my experience and the lessons I learned along the way, it is my hope that you are inspired to ignore the naysayers and choose to go after the things in life that you truly want.

  • Master’s in Fitness and Conditioning from Arizona State University
  • Bachelor’s in Health and Human Performance from Texas A&M-Commerce
  • NSCA-Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
  • CrossFit Level 1 Trainer
  • Athlete

  • Fitness Coach

  • Motivator

  • Marine

  • Husband & Father

My mission in life is to build a legacy that affords me the freedom to positively affect millions through inspiration and example.

Ready to start a 30 Day journey to reprogram your mindset? ‘Manifestation of Affirmation’ will guide you in repurposing your life, changing your lifestyle, and opening your perspective to truly reach your potential in life.

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[vc_column][vc_tta_tabs][vc_tta_section title="Education On and Off the Field" tab_id="1478556306587-6c2ad527-3ff3"][vc_column_text delay="0"]As a military brat, I had the opportunity to reinvent myself every 3-4 years throughout my childhood. In the eighth grade I committed to football, and any other sports served to make me a better football player. This pursuit would lead to a scholarship to the Air Force Academy. In my second year at the Academy, I was kicked out of school for violating the Honor Code by cheating on an exam.

My parents would not let me wallow in self-pity for very long, so I accepted a scholarship, site unseen, to Texas A&M-Commerce. This was a second chance I knew I could not afford to squander; I put my head down and finished school with a Bachelor’s Degree in Health & Human Performance. Unfortunately, in two seasons of football in Texas heat, I would succumb to a laundry list of injuries: 1 torn ACL, 2 AC separations in my shoulders, and a partially torn LCL.  During my time at A&M, I discovered two things: first, I was not NFL material; and second, and more importantly, I was in love with strength training and physical fitness. I couldn’t get enough of the weight room or the gym. So I decided to make it a career.[/vc_column_text][/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title="Starting a Career in Fitness" tab_id="1478556658282-10ad2d02-7a9f"][vc_column_text delay="0"]I moved to Dallas and quickly found out that I was ignorant of the business of fitness. I found myself lost, and broke. I was living out of my truck for a while, bouncing from gym to gym, trying to find my fit. Ultimately I found Gold’s Gym. I settled in, early mornings turned into late nights, learning through the school of hard knocks how to establish value, close a sale, and build a solid clientele. I found an apartment I could afford but still faced eviction twice. I was eating off the McDonald’s Dollar Menu to and from work and pawning most of my stuff to make rent. I would ultimately weather the storm and become one of the top earners on staff, yet something was still missing.[/vc_column_text][/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title="Answering the Call of Duty" tab_id="1478556309961-558809c6-cfd1"][vc_column_text delay="0"]After all that, I still had the itch to serve. I answered the call, dropped everything and joined the Marine Corps. However, prior to shipping off to Officer Candidate School, I would suffer yet another loss- this one the biggest of all. After watching my little brother play in a bowl game, my family and I celebrated the end of another amazing season for him. That night, my father fell asleep, and never woke up again. Two weeks later he was buried. The following week, with my mother’s blessing, I checked in at Quantico, VA.

I was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant and stationed in Yuma, AZ as an Air Traffic Control Officer. After a 7-month deployment to Afghanistan, I came home and faced orders to stand up a detachment in 29 Palms, CA. That was the writing on the wall for me. I had had enough time in the barren desert, and I didn’t want to spend another 3 years in one, so I applied to grad school at Arizona State University.[/vc_column_text][/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title="The Beginning of ‘The Box’" tab_id="1478556311148-4a6f92a9-8d89"][vc_column_text delay="0"]After months of “polite persistence” (I pretty much beat my program director’s door down), I was accepted and moved to Scottsdale, AZ.  My intention was to find a job training, finish school, and then open a gym.

Life has a funny way of giving you everything you ask for, ALL AT ONCE. My investor came along, school was starting, and I had to make a decision: should I push my dream off for another couple years, or attempt to find balance in scholastic and entrepreneurial endeavors?  A client I was working with at 5am most mornings gave me the nudge I needed in saying, “When was the last time someone offered to help you make your dream come true? When do you think that will happen again? DO IT!”

After many a night studying, and consequently sleeping in the gym, I found myself with my Master’s Degree complete and business rolling.

Somewhere in there I would be sued, get married to the woman of my dreams,  have a happy, healthy baby boy, and open a number of other businesses. So how does one go from kicked out of school, to finishing a Bachelor’s and living out of their truck, to an honorable military career, to training people in parks, to a Master’s degree with a thriving business and family?

There is a process. And I am here to share that process with you. Thank you for letting me join you on your journey![/vc_column_text][/vc_tta_section][/vc_tta_tabs][/vc_column]

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