“A sKrapper takes what is discarded or left over.  They use the leftover pieces to build, carve, and travel their own path, essentially creating VALUE from the scrap. sKrapper tRaining takes the  idea of “leftovers,” and finds a use for the “junk.” The material is still recognized as  usable, and gives a sKrapper purpose.

In your training, there will be moments of:

 “No! I can’t lift that much weight!”
 “I don’t have another round in me.”
  “One more lap? But I can’t breathe!”

"It’s at those moments where we remind you that there’s always a little “sKrap” left, especially in you.  Most times it’s easier to quit, give up or rationalize an easier way in your workouts… because in those next laps, reps, or rounds, there’s going to be some pain and discomfort. It’s a lot easier to think about what you don’t have left… instead of what you actually do.

"That’s where I come in.  It’s my job to remind you that you always possess more than you may think.  There are bits and pieces of “sKrap,” left in you… that you can use for the next few seconds, even minutes.

And if you are convinced you don’t have it in you, I’ll show you how to find it.

Everybody’s got a lil sKrap in ’em.”

-Mark Allen