"I'm less interested to why we're here. I'm wholly devoted to while we're here."
10 Hanging Squat Cleans @ 135#/ 10 Burpees
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On minute one complete 1 Deadlift @245#/ one clapping push up
On minute two complete 2 DL/ 2 clapping push ups
continue until you can no longer complete the amount of DL and Push ups
within the minutes
Run 2 miles for time
"God made me this way for a reason."
Anthony Robles didn't leave his single wrestling shoe on the mat last weekend
at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia following his inspirational championship
performance at the NCAA tournament.
But the 22-year-old Arizona State senior is calling it a career.
Born without a right leg, Robles won the 125-pound title that had eluded him in
two previous seasons as an All-American. He finished his final season 36-0 and
earned the tournament's outstanding wrestler award.
"People have been asking me if I want to try out for freestyle
(the Olympic style) or anything like that," says Robles.
"But I've had a great run. Started wrestling when I was a freshman in high school.
It's been a great ride.
"Wrestling helped me to mature. I got so much self-confidence from the sport.
I love the sport. But from here on out my wrestling competition days are over,
and I'll be focusing on my next goal, which is to be a motivational speaker.
I'll be around wrestling all my life. I love it so much."
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