Our mission at GMTM is to provide athletes with the ultimate social platform to connect with opportunities, coaches, and other athletes around the world. Many GMTM athletes aspire to compete at the Olympic level. Our platform provides athletes with a way for them to highlight their talents, share results with US Olympic coaches and even try out for teams they are interested in joining.
We believe that heart fuels hustle, and want to highlight the following three GMTM athletes whose profiles highlight their passion. Check out these three athletes from various backgrounds who are showcasing their hustle and passion on GMTM.
Mo Howard is the current Safety for the Dallas Elite Mustangs, which is a professional team in the Women’s Football Alliance (WFA). Hailing from Fort Worth, Texas, Mo is a dedicated athlete who hopes to compete in the 2028 Olympics as a member of the USA Football Flag Football team. She plans to participate in USA Football’s Digital Combine on GMTM in the near future to gain further recognition in the industry and by the coaching staff.
A passionate athlete on the field and a visionary off the field, she launched Mo Heart Athletic Gear, a clothing brand that brings authenticity and creativity to athletic gear.
Macy Tarlton is a two-time National Olympic Weightlifting medalist and current Team USA athlete. Macy hails from the metro Atlanta area and aspires to compete as a US Bobsled team member in the 2026 Winter Olympics, which will be held in Italy. In addition to being a Certified CrossFit Trainer, she shares her passion for fitness with the local community as a strength and conditioning coach at Cherokee Barbell & Strength.
Macy is excited for a new sliding season and is ready to compete in the 2023/24 North American Cup at Mt Van Hoevenberg in Lake Placid, NY this weekend.
Jenni Laferriere is not only a competitive athlete, she is also a premiere strength and conditioning coach in Portland, Maine and dedicates time as a coach at CrossFit Yarmouth. As a collegiate athlete, she played on the Women’s Rugby team at the University of New England. Prior to college, she earned seven varsity letters while playing soccer, basketball and softball at St. Johnsbury High School and was an all-conference performer in softball.
Jenni spends her time training hard and tackling topics that she’s passionate about. When she’s not at the gym, you can find her on the rugby pitch. She’s usually putting in “sweat equity,” but she also dedicates her time to addressing a difficult topic for many female athletes, strength training and body dysmorphia.
Jenni is a passionate and dedicated athlete, so we’re excited for you to follow her journey with us.