1. Benefiting Mallory Lawsons blog
  2. Baby Lawson
  3. My first post
  4. Lawson Blog 01-12-16
  5. Lawson pregnancy blog 01/13/2016
  6. Lawson Blog 01-14-2016 Wodapalooza Bound
  7. Video Blog 1.15.16 Wodapalozza Day 1
  8. Saturday 1/16
  9. Sunday 1/17 Closing up Wodapalozza
  10. 1/21/2016
  11. 1/22/16-1/23/2016 Saltines
  12. 1-24-2016 Gingerale and Pregnancy
  13. 1/25/2016 Feeling better and able to workout!
  14. 1-26-2016 Tacos and Fried Ice Cream
  15. 1-27-2016 Feeling great!
  16. 1/29/2016 Competition day at CrossFit Provision
  17. 02-01-2016
  18. 2-4-2016 14- week check-up was fantastic.
  19. 02-08-2016 I felt the baby kick today!
  20. 02-11-2016
  21. 02-15-2016 Mallory
  22. 02-16-2016
  23. 02-17-2016
  24. 02-18-2016
  25. 2-19-2016
  26. 02-23-2016 Struggling with body image issues
  27. 02-25-2016 Words of encouragement and unbelievable stories
  28. 03-01-2016
  29. 03-04-2016
  30. 03-07-2016
  31. 03-09-2016
  32. 03-14-2016
  33. 03-15-2016
  34. Mallory Lawson breaks down 2 movements she uses as modifications to burpees and the snatch
  35. Mallory Lawson video blog 3.17.16
  36. Baby Lawson lands on The Games instagram
  37. Tomorrow is the big day! 03-22-2016
  38. It’s a BOY!
  39. “Luke’s room”
  40. 03/25-28/2016
  41. 03-30-2016
  42. Pregnancy brain
  43. Fashion in maternity clothes
  44. WOD pregnancy scare last night
  45. 3.11.16 Video
  46. 04-12-2016
  47. 04-14-2016
  48. Recent Travels (Video)
  49. 04-24-2016 Vulnerability
  50. 04-26-2016
  51. 04-27-2016
  52. 05-02-2016
  53. 05-03-2016
  54. Another good day!
  55. 05-06-2016
  56. 05-09-2016
  57. 05-10-2016
  59. 05-17-2016
  60. 30 Weeks!
  61. Braxton Hicks
  62. 32 Weeks!
  63. 06-13-2016
  64. 06-17-2016
  65. 06-20-2016
  66. 06-24-2016
  67. 06-28-2016
  68. 37 weeks!
  69. 07-14-2016
  70. 07-18-2016
  71. 07-20-2016
  72. 07-21-2016
  73. Emotional!
  74. Contractions are coming in hot today!
  75. 39 weeks!
  76. 07-27-2016
  77. 08-01-2016
  78. 08-04-2016
  79. Luke


I’m going to put this out there. Words often fail me, and I’m not always great at conveying my thoughts. But this one’s for Mallory…and she deserves to have you read through to the end.

Eight months ago, I approached Mallory about whether she’d be willing to blog her pregnancy experience. I still remember how nervous I was about asking, knowing pregnancy can be such an intimate (even intimidating) journey. The thought of an athlete of her caliber – someone who has competed at the highest levels – sharing her honest thoughts, worries, struggles and joys was compelling.

Mallory instantly confirmed that the idea was solid. She said, “Matt and I were just talking about this last night. I was planning on talking with you to see if I could put a blog on Driven’s site.”

To get started, we agreed there’d be only two constraints or requirements:

Everything Mallory wrote would be raw and honest, and only Mallory would determine whether she’d share her thoughts on any given day. If she felt like it, awesome; if not, no big deal.
I would not change a single word of what she wrote.
I told Mallory to prepare herself for people to reach out, as they’d undoubtedly connect with her through this experience. In an era when marketing is based so heavily on social media, and social media has made it so easy for people to present a fake front (posting only stories that make them seem superhuman, and pics carefully chosen as the best from a photoshoot using layers of makeup-enhancing, teeth-whitening, body-shaping, light-inducing filters to give the impression they stumble out of bed all doe-eyed and glamorous), people are desperate for something real…relatable.

Throughout Mallory’s pregnancy journey, she was loyal to the process, remaining totally authentic about her experience. As difficult as it was for her to talk about issues like body image, training difficulties and hormone changes, Mallory’s authenticity was a shining example of the impact we can have on others when we’re honest.

Mallory has been a member of the Driven Nutrition family for over four years, and her loyalty and selflessness have given rise to a new idea. This one doesn’t benefit Driven or Mallory. The idea is pretty simple, but has the opportunity to make a huge impact on the future of a certain little boy. So here goes….

For all of this week, 8-22 through 8-28, Driven Nutrition will contribute $1 from every single Driven supplement sold to a college fund for Luke Ryan Lawson, two-week-old son of Matt and Mallory. This applies to retail purchases, as well as wholesale Affiliate purchases. We hope you’ll join us in supporting this promotion. We’re beyond excited to do this for little Luke in honor of Mallory and in thanks of the selflessness she demonstrated through sharing her journey.


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