Hey girlies! My name is Kylie Jorgensen and I’m twenty years old. I grew up in Mesa, Arizona. In 2013 I graduated from Mesa Mountain View and I am now going to school in Provo at Brigham Young University. I am currently a sophomore studying the arts and I have learned so much. Go cougars! And at the end of May I will have completed my first indoor and outdoor season as a college athlete. I look forward to sharing my own personal insights and experiences with you and I’m excited to get to know you guys as well.
I read this quote in high school and I have loved it ever since.
”People can’t understand why man runs. They don’t see any sport in it. Argue it lacks the sight and thrill of body contact. Yet, the conflict is there, more raw and challenging than any man versus man competition. For in running, it is man against himself, the cruelest of opponents. The other runners are not the real enemies. His adversary lies within him, in his ability, with brain and heart to master himself and his emotions.” ~Glenn Cunningham
In sports what do coaches make their players do for punishment? Run! What do runners do? Run some more.
Just do it!
By Kylie Jorgensen
Kylie Jorgensen-Health & Fitness
Kylie is the health and fitness specialist for the Blossom Team. These are two of Kylie’s passions, and she enjoys sharing her enthusiasm with others. She is currently attending BYU, where she is majoring in Art and running for the track team. She ran track and played soccer in high school, and has participated in nearly every sport she could. She received awards for “Most Improved Sophomore,” “Most Outstanding Junior,” and Mesa Mountain View’s “MVP Award” her senior year. Kylie also holds seven records at her high school for running. She is a lover of family, friends, music, travel, fashion, hiking, movies, and most importantly, the gospel of Jesus Christ. Kylie has been the photographer for Time to Blossom Young Women’s Conference for the past four years.