These days, the Compton, CA, native has a new perspective formed through years of experience. These days, Fletcher is more of an old sage than a beefed-up hype man that motivates younger powerlifters. I am the Compton Superman inside the gym.
This legendary powerlifter is motivating a whole new generation.
Fletcher , hosted on the Spartan Race YouTube channel. Like most sports, the Spartan Race schedule came to a screeching halt in , thanks to novel coronavirus. First up was the Unbreakable CEO , as an emboldening message to keep fighting no matter the obstacles. But like anything else, realjoedesena has to make it an adventure worth remembering. Tune in to see what Joe has in store for his family, his crew, and gym members across the country in Episode 06, presented by usanainc. Fletcher, De Sena needed a larger-than-life badass, one tough enough to even fight off death. I have no idea her ethnicity or nationality. So it lets you know that we are so closely related as human beings. Each episode requires more than heart to get through the giant challenges Fletcher places on his athletes.
The powerlifting legend is the master motivator on 'Don't Break.'
Fletcher born June 8, is an American powerlifting vlogger , media personality, actor, personal trainer, and former powerlifter and bodybuilder. He has an older brother, Walt. During the time of his birth, his father was a field worker and his mother was a housewife. Approximately one year after his birth, he and his family moved to Watts, California and later to Compton, California , where he resided during his youth. He grew up with an abusive father who at the time was preaching in a four-car garage. When he began junior high, they had moved to Lakewood, California , where his father invested in his own church.
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