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  • Sometimes life presents you with challenges that you have no choice but to learn from, no matter how hard it may be. When I started playing NCAA lacrosse at UMASS Lowell, I had no idea that my journey was going to be different than the rest of my teammates. If someone told me that I would be the first above the knee amputee to play Division I lacrosse, I would not have believed them. At the time, it didn’t seem fair to me. But the challenge shaped me into the best version of myself, someone I know my parents are proud of. Prior to...

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  • I believe in ‘The Process.’ I had to.  Coach Saban would say, “Don’t think about winning the SEC Championship. Don’t think about the National Championship. Think about what you need to do in this drill, in this play, in this moment. That’s ‘The Process.’ Let’s think about what we can do today and the task at hand.” For me, ‘The Process’ manifested itself many years earlier as I sat third string behind two Alabama greats: Jalen and Tua. “Can I compete here?”  Well, the answer came in the form of a call from my dad, Gordon. He won multiple National...

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  • I am responsible for setting my own standard and not comparing myself to the standard of someone else. Each day is a new opportunity to be a better person than I was yesterday and to stay committed and obsessed with my craft.  I am defined by my habits and I strive to make those habits lead down the path to success. I may not see results immediately but if I keep dropping pennies in the bank it will pay off. I am Caeleb Dressel. I am NOBULL.

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  • Every day, I train to be a better version of myself and push my limits. I will get what I put in, and I have promised myself I will continue to give it everything I’ve got. It doesn’t matter the obstacles or struggles I’m faced with, those situations allow me to reflect on who I am, who I want to be and become better. I choose to control what I can, which is myself. I find my weaknesses, both mentally and physically, and work on them. This is a concept my parents ingrained in me at a young age –...

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  • I grew up on hard work, being told anything worth accomplishing wasn't given it was earned. Hard work is putting in the time, even when you don't have it. It's being disciplined, staying focused. You don't make excuses, you don't complain, you just roll up your sleeves and get it done. Everyday I want to get faster, I want to get stronger, I want to be healthier, I want to be a better person. I've been training my whole life. I know I've put in the hard work, I can't wait to show people what I can do. I am...

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  • Everyone has that moment where life looks them dead in the eye and gets real. That moment made me realize all that I had taken for granted. My family, life, career, and my body all had been underappreciated. The only person to blame was me. I will never forget that and let that help me push past excuses and complacency to get me to the best version of myself. To be the husband and father that my family deserves and to the person I want to be on the course. Controlling my attitude and my effort daily to make all...

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  • “I’ve always loved to work hard, and when I started CrossFit®, I knew that’s what it was all about. I grew up a competitor through gymnastics, so my competitive mindset has always been there. I love the grind, the pain, the push, the suffering, the blood, sweat, and tears it’s taken to get me where I am. The process is long and most of the time it isn’t easy but learning to enjoy the process is the key to success. It’s how we get to the goals we set for ourselves. It makes us tough, and it makes us confident....

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  • Ever since I can remember, I have loved competition. Growing up, I strived to be stronger, smarter, faster, better than my peers. I used this competitive nature to push myself to be my very best. During senior year of high school, I was offered a scholarship to run track at the University of Missouri.  Once I was placed into the scene with other SEC athletes, I quickly realized everyone was talented. Everyone worked hard. Everyone wanted exactly what I wanted.  My work ethic got me there physically, but it was the mental side I needed to strengthen. I trained my mind to enjoy...

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