“The player development is the main thing I like (about Michigan),” Williams said. “You can see that they develop their players. They get them in the gym and they work them hard. And their hard work pays off.”
OT: Full testosterone- Special Forces Olympics, 32 teams from, 17 countries
This needs to be televised.
Better than 95% of the junk they put up as reality TV.
I live such a simple, boring life.
definitely watch this instead of silly cross/cult fit games...no offense to any cross-fitters who read this, but i had some good friends i lost to the cult known as crossfit...i also enjoy working out, but not to the point where early onset arthritis is almost guaranteed when you see young guys weighing 190 lbs. lifting 300 lbs. over their head
As a cult member, I understand. But the women I Crossfit with are very.....motivating. Julie Foucher who was number 2 in the 2012 games is a UM grad.
You mean YOLO-yelling werewolf lumberjacks, right?
Correction: even in the presence of football, this is as bad ass as you can get.
Interesting read. Thanks for posting.
"Everyone agreed that the Canadians would be tough."
In the history of this site. I am amazed by these guys.
I have a cousin who did what A. did. My cousin's PTSD is so bad not only can he not go to an event like this but he can't work any job nor imbibe any alcohol. How guys like A. can seem so, "matter-of-fact" by comparison is just beyond my comprehension.
Thank you for posting.