LIVIN Budgy Smugglers challenges the Ninja Warrior

Posted by Chris Hogan on

The latest season of Australian Ninja Warrior had us cheering on some of the most inspirational competitors Australian television has seen in years! With obstacles challenging both physical and mental endurance, it was a series that had us glued to the screens as we watched competitor after competitor triumph or attempt the grueling Ninja Warrior courses. This year LIVIN had a special connection with the series with not one but TWO of the competitors in the semi-finals representing the LIVIN cause.  South Australian firefighter, Andy Dundt made it all the way through to the semi-finals and ran his set sporting one of our LIVIN tanks. However, it was Gold Coast lad Cody Philp, that got the chins wagging with his choice of attire, our custom designed LIVIN Budgy Smugglers! As well as being an all-round legend and coming forth overall in the competition, Cody is the owner and director at FIIT Culture  in addition to being an ambassador for our organisation and mental health awareness in general.  His ties with LIVIN stem from a personal place and lived experience and we appreciate his dedication in spreading awareness for mental health and pushing our message that It Ain't Weak To Speak. We are always humbled when our supporters, no matter who they are or where they come from, choose to represent LIVIN and hear time and time again, how conversations are started through people purely recognising the name and what it stands for. Congrats to Cody, Andy and all of the other competitors who put themselves out there and inspired us to challenge ourselves. And congrats to all of our LIVIN supporters for being just as inspiring every time they rep the cause. #ItAintWeakToSpeak