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Family owned and operated, the idea for Warrior Remedies began 3 years ago when Katie suffered a knee injury training Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. CBD was helping decrease inflammation, and Kinesiology tape was helping give support, but she was frustrated having to alternate between the two rather than getting the benefits all in one. When venting to her uncle one day, Jeff, a former athlete and coach, the two realized the need for expanding the standard CBD infused products to include products specifically for athlete recovery. Working together, they brought this dream to life.

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Katie Williamson has her Master's in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Sport Psychology and Bachelor's degree in Psychology: Applied Behavior Analysis. She works as a weight-loss and nutrition coach specializing in helping athletes reach their full potential through taking the guesswork out of what to eat and strengthening their mindset to reach their goals. She is a purple belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and trains at Elite Team Visalia under Professor Tom Knox. She has competed numerous times as a white and blue belt, earning gold at the IBJJF San Jose and Fresno Opens, two gold and one silver at Five Grappling Las Vegas, and bronze at American Nationals, No Gi Worlds, and Five Grappling San Diego.

Jeff Bray is a former collegiate athlete and coached all three of his sons as they grew up. His oldest son, Tyler Bray, was the quarterback for the Kansas City Chiefs and Chicago Bears. His middle son, Austin Bray, also played quarterback for Mississippi Valley and University of West Alabama, and now is the offensive coach for Kingsburg High School. His youngest son, Jacob, is a lineman for Kingsburg High School's football team, where he is a junior.

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Tyler Bray, Quarterback for the Chicago  Bears

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Austin Bray, Quarterback for Mississippi Valley

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Jeff and Jacob, Kingsburg High School

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