Happy Birthday Clint!
Sunday Runday – 1:30pm at Wrightsville Beach Park.
Angela: Clean & Jerk PR – 115lbs
Strength is a standard set by each individual, yet contains certain undeniable absolutes. Strength to the “weakest” is weakness to the “strongest”. But yet, the strongest of the strong are to everyone, strong. Strength in life’s everyday situations is required: strength to push through the pain of stressful circumstances, the overwhelming weight of necessity, and the irritation of expectation. These create and empower the strongest breed of people that have ever lived. Strength isn’t merely determined by the singular ability to make clear decisions in stressful situations, or the sole ability to move massive objects with ease, it’s so much more! Someone who exhibits true strength is awe inspiring. His razor sharp mind slices through difficult mental mucks with ease; his muscles react accordingly. Enveloped in his personal training, on the final round, eating away the reps, his muscles splintering under the stress presented by raw perseverance, his body screams, “Stop! You can’t take anymore!, But you have to!, Don’t quit!, Do it! Push!” and he collapses. Ignored the pain, finished the fight, victory! His muscles strong, now depleted; his mind strong, now stronger. It’s truly amazing; the strength of the mind has the ability to override the will of the physical. Mastering the body and mind simultaneously is the epitome of true strength. Will power is the strongest most potent form of strength; contagious actually. It’s coveted by many, desired by most, but attained by few. Those who strive for this excellence in life are the ones who lead and push us through. Set the standard high, use all of your strength today, become the strongest for tomorrow. – Alan Horsley – CFW Athlete and 16 years old
John: Snatch PR – 195lbs
"Strength to the weakest is weakness to the strongest."