Feat of Strengh
Riding in Chicago
Ready for Halloween
Homemade Maple Syrup
Bull Riding with my Wife
Spelunking with my kids
My son jumping at Norge
More Race Buddies
It's easy to be different,
but it's difficult to be better!
Phys. Ed. Fred
Frederick Kaiser - Lundahl Middle School
Born in California 1965
6 ft. tall
Left handed but mostly ambidextrous
Oldest of 3 (Younger brother - Chris & even younger sister - Kathryn)
Wife - Trish
Aggressive soccer player year round
Writes poetry and children's stories and hopes to get published someday
Daughter - Corryn
Works for Congencia Marketing Group
Ex Lundahl wrestler, track and field, Fitness Marathoner, 3 time 24 Hour Runner
& Martial Arts
CLC Tennis, Track & Field (sprinter & pole vaulter)
Son - Ben
School - MCC
Ski Jumper (U.S. Ski Team) - Have1SkiJumping.com
(Ranked 12th in U.S.) Norge Ski Club
Game designer & Programing
Ex Lundahl wrestler, Fitness Marathoner, 3 time 24 Hour Runner
Ex Soccer player
Chihuahua called Disney
Lundahl Middle School
South High School class of 1983
McHenry County College - 1 year
Eastern Illinois University
Bachelors of Science in Physical Education
Minor in Health Education
Specialization in coaching
Northern Illinois University
Masters of Science in School Administration
Track & Field - Lundahl (mile, long & high jump)
Wrestling - Lundahl (83 lbs. 8th gd.), CLS (155 lbs. Sr. year)
Soccer - CLS first two years they offered the program, left side midfielder
Martial Arts - College. 6th degree black belt instructor (Style - Sho-Ryn-Ryu Kempo)
Other sports of interest: diving, skiing (water and snow), climbing, spelunking (caving)
The only sports I watch are the Olympics
San Diego, Palatine and Crystal Lake
Played outside a lot
Skateboarded - when I started the wheels were metal
Taught myself how to juggle and ride a 6 ft. unicycle
Swim all summer and became a lifeguard/pool manager at Turnberry Country Club - back when they had a high dive
Took things apart to see how they worked
Wanted to be an astronaut
Tried to be a model in college - got published in two magazines
Photography and developed my own B&W prints in my darkroom and would sell them
Also became a wedding photographer and portrait photographer
Tried to make money making or selling just about anything (this helped build the foundation to developing and owning
Think Ink, inc. Screen Printing & Graphic Design, and Endorphin Adventures, inc.)
Not big on asparagus or cauliflower
I like soft foods not crunchy
I usually over stuff myself
I always run stairs (I think it's easier than walking them)
Reorganize my food before I eat it. It also takes me forever to make the perfect sandwich.
My family growing up use to fight to eat bone marrow for an appetizer
I sneeze in bright light
Shakespeare in Love
Monty Python and the Holly Grail
Not much of a reader, I'm a visual person
But I did get a book published, "The 24 Hour Run Experience"
Hobbies as a kid
Sports and being active
Collected bones - I know, it's creepy
See also "Growing Up"
Hobbies as an adult
Entering adventure races when possible
Wood working and joinery
Think Ink, inc.
Started the business in college to make money for spring break with a friend of mine. Graphic design and screen
printing for textiles (clothing - t-shirts, jackets, hats, etc.)
Established in 1986
Family owned and employed
I go there everyday after school and all day all summer
We've printed for Fortune 500 companies and internationally
Come by sometime and I'll give a tour of how shirts are printed
Endorphin Adventures, inc.
Started the business with a good friend and physical education teacher Brian Schweitzer, to promote risk taking
through physical activity and the positive impact it can have on people.
Established in 2012-2017
Development of the "Rundezvous - Frontier Survival Race"
Corporate and School presentations on motivation, risk taking, and team building
Nickname - Frontier, given to me in college because of my problem solving skills with little to no resources, usually
pertaining to the outdoors.
Cancer - At age 36 I had skin cancer with level 4 malignant melanoma (not good, this is the bad stuff!) 2x6 inch section
of skin removed from my shoulder down to the muscle. Since then things have been good. Now I try to stay out of
the sun and wear a hat. Too much life guarding and seeing who could get the darkest tan.
I don't watch or follow sports. I'd rather participate, plus I don't have time to keep up with them.
No caffeine for me, I gave it up when I had the cancer scare and I don't miss it at all.
Tried out for "Survivor" three times, no call backs - bummer!
Been on TV news four times - for good reasons.
Ordained Minister - I get to perform marriages!