Highly Motivational New Book From Aaron T. Johnson:

Don't Be A



Why Education, Social Responsibility and Financial Independence Go Hand And Ball

What This Book Is About

This book is a must read for both athletes and non-athletes, ages 13 and up, parents and coaches. As an athlete or prospective athlete in the game of life and sports, you do not know what you do not know. There are things about life that you can control and there are things you cannot control. 

Understanding usually comes after the fact. Don't Be A Dumb Jock: How to be a Super Human Being presents an opportunity for learning and understanding before your sports career is complete and your new life journey begins. No matter what level of life you play, once you begin to exercise and improve your physical ability, mental strength and become more emotionally aware your power as a human being increases.

 These attributes are learned inherently for people who exercise and play sports, regardless of age. Because of Social Media, athletes now have a platform to distribute content larger than ever before. People will follow every move an athlete makes. This is the life of a Super Human Being. 

Don't Be A Dumb Jock: How to be a Super Human Being is a inspirational guide for people who want to make the most of their passion and purpose of life. For both athletes and the non-athletic types. We turn Humans into Super Human Beings.

Name: Aaron T. Johnson


I am a Louisiana native with a vision of educating and influencing the world of fitness, health, and wellness. My focus is on students ages 6-18 and adults ages 50 and older, because these age groups demonstrate a special hunger to become more fit, both in mind and body. It is my pleasure to serve them. Will you assist me?
My interest in fitness began as a child. At 8 years old I participated in my first competitive athletic experience, as the quarterback of my youth flag football team in Ruston, Louisiana. Like other children enrolled in athletic endeavors, I learned leadership, teamwork, and dedication, but for me these would be my lifelong passions. As a middle school sports star athlete, I played football and basketball, and I ran track. I learned to believe in myself, something I would later teach my clients.

Although I had two loves, football and basketball, I chose to play college football. My childhood dream came true when I received a full athletic scholarship to play football at Grambling State University under head Coach Doug Williams, Super Bowl XXII Most Valuable Player. After four years of play, injury, multiple knee surgeries, multiple championships, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology, I decided to forego my senior season of football to attend graduate school at Louisiana State University.

As a graduate assistant intern for the 2005-2006 Sugar Bowl Champion the LSU Tigers football team, I worked in the Office of Recruiting. I worked closely with coaches and staff, high school football recruits, their families, and fans. In 2006 I graduated with a Master’s of Science degree in Kinesiology with a concentration in Sports Administration.

Between my injuries, successes, and degrees, I developed a strong understanding of fitness psychology and the way the mind and body work together to heal. Since then, my career has been a great journey.

What Everyone Is Saying About This Book

This is an excellent book for persons who are athletes or non-athletes. It’s excellent for parents who wonder what it’s like to support a child who participates in sports. For me, the best part were the Exercises. He asks insightful questions, and sometimes the answer might surprises you. Why? He has a bigger point for the reader to get. Great Job!!

- Shawn, England

Great book by a great author! This book helps young athletes become aware of their social responsibility to help society with platform. His experiences with football and coaching kids is second to none. I definitely recommend reading this book and most importantly getting the book for the young athletes in your life.

-Jason Chicago, IL

Aaron has insight-fully laid out this short but impactful book that every young adult should read whether they are in sports or ready to enter sports. It's more than sports, it's about being a role model while navigating the roller coaster that every athlete experiences.

- Pete, Canada

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