Well, she's ready to take on Johnson's challenge to prove her athletic skills on his new NBC series The Titan Games. Jackie "Jax" Wood, a trainer based in San Antonio, will be one of 32 women to undergo an intense physical and mental test on the show.
Wood, 30, said she is "pumped" to accept the challenge, which will bring some of the world's toughest competitors to show off their capabilities. Wood, along with the other titans, was selected from more than 10,000 applicants.
Johnson said the finalists are all "extraordinary athletes with great stories behind them." He's shared snippets of the show on Instagram and says its challenges are based on his own personal workouts.
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In ONE MONTH, the biggest athletic EVENT series on TV kicks off. The every day people, who are also some of the extraordinary athletes in the world — I created this platform for them! Welcome to the @NBCTitanGames 2 hour premiere JAN 3rd on @NBC. Link in bio. @SevenBucksProd @asmithcoprod
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PART ONE: It’s here! 👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾🔥 Official trailer for @nbctitangames My goal was to create a global platform to shine the light on people from all walks of life, to become champions through epic athletic achievement. Through blood, sweat & respect, TITANS will be crowned. THIS JANUARY ON @NBC. Full trailer in my bio.
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