An Evening with Acrobats and the Rise of CBDMelissa
By now you’ve read all the facts about CBDH2O and sort of formed your own opinions around the benefits. Maybe you’ve read and watched the testimonials, which you should, because the more research you do, the better.
Do you ever wish you could free fall from the top of a two-story building?
Well, that’s exactly what happens when a group of Acrobats get together. From the front, it looks like a regular Las Vegas home, however, step into the back yard and you’ll find a 10ft trampoline wall and a group of what can only be described as the most flexible daredevils I’ve encountered. One by one they climbed up the side of a homemade tramp wall, made out of plywood and steel piping. Then, without hesitation, they jump.
Over the past few years, Tanner Markley, owner of Off Axis Acrobatics, and his fellow acrobat friends have traveled the world performing in shows like Cirque du Soleil, America’s Got Talent (Top 10), Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards, and even performed at Super Bowl 50. With countless hours of acrobatics under his belt, Tanner admits to having many aches and pains after a performance, specifically in his right hip. When asked how CBDH2O works for him, he stated, “CBD water really helps me relax my nerves before I do dangerous stunts. It’s ideal for post recovery after a big performance.”
At this point, I had to open my own bottle of CBDH2O to calm my nerves. Watching the group flip and come within inches of each other while doing tricks was making me all kinds of anxious.
With the amount of agility, balance, and coordination it takes to perform night after night, it’s no surprise Marley Webster, who just completed a tour in Germany with Cirque Eloize and now performs for The Catwall Acrobats, was happy to share his insight on CBDH2O stating, “it really helps me concentrate and stay relaxed when I’m doing flips. CBDH2O the ultimate drink for performing Acrobatics since it’s packed with electrolytes and fulvic minerals.”
CBDH2O, with 15mg of CBD and a pH of 9.5, simply put, is the future of water.
This was just the start of our conversation with Tanner and his friends, and there is plenty more that we want to share. Stay tuned for the next blog where we talk with Dave Locke, who has been touring North America performing in various Cirque du Soleil shows.