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  • There are 16 games in a NFL regular season.  The rest of the year I train for those opportunities.  Training makes it possible for me to be the best quarterback I can be. I am Will Grier.  I am NOBULL.

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  • Back in 2007 I fractured my femur. It was one of the most devastating things that had ever happened to me. I wasn’t in the best state of mind for those first couple of weeks. I had never had an injury bad enough that I needed surgery before, so getting a metal rod inserted in my leg made me feel some type of way. At that time, I had (and I still have) the fastest 100 meter sprint time in Massachusetts history. I’m also a firefighter and a very active person. The day that I fractured that bone, so many things...

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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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  • Do I think I have something to prove? Absolutely! Growing up, there was no room for complacency or mediocrity. There was no pretense about the level of excellence needed not only to succeed, but to trailblaze as a Black woman in this country. There was no quitting, no whining, and no time to wallow in self-doubt.  Looking back, I realize I was learning about what it means to show up. And that’s what I carry with me. It’s what allows me to be courageous, resilient, and relentless. It’s how I have the audacity to call myself a leader in spaces that...

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  • I sacrifice a lot. The outcome will be worth it. I'm always smiling and laughing. I am hard working. I'm competitive. I love being challenged. I am Brooke Wells. #IAMNOBULL.

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  • My name is Craig Towler, and I am a bilateral amputee. On July 4th, 2016, I was struck by an impaired driver which resulted in the amputation of both of my legs.  This experience may have changed me physically, but my core values and life goals have not changed. There are things in life that can be taken from you that are beyond your control, and there are things in life that no one can take from you. I will not allow anyone or anything to affect how I see good in the world and the people around me, or...

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  • If you preach fitness, do fitness. If you preach kindness, be kind. If you preach love, show compassion to others. If you preach hard work, be dedicated and show discipline in all areas of your life. Each day Patrick and I ask yourself how we can do better and lead by example. Helping people is WHY we do what we do . We want to be there to help support and encourage people to dream big and strive to achieve their goals.  Our goal is to help as many people as possible and change as many lives as we can through health,...

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  • To me, a true athlete is a believer. They believe they can accomplish what most feel is not possible. That belief is what gets them through all of the obstacles that ultimately make them stronger. Stronger mentally. Stronger physically. I have been an athlete my entire life. Being an athlete has taught me so many lessons. It has given me so much strength. The strength to play 10 years of professional soccer. The strength to fight kidney disease through dialysis until I could land a new kidney. The strength to start and maintain a business. The strength to co-parent a...

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