Team 4Life Member Attempts World Record 3/5/2018
Team 4Life Member Attempts World Record
Salt Lake City, Utah (March 5, 2018) Long-standing Team 4Life member Brady Stewart attempted a world record 800-pound lift at the 2018 30th anniversary Arnold Sports Festival in Columbus, Ohio.

When he joined Team 4Life in 2011, Stewart was an elite athlete lifting 600 pounds. During the past seven years, he’s increased his lift by 200 pounds and become one of the sport’s strongest athletes.

Brady is a four-time U.S. National Champion and three-time North American Champion, taking his third North American victory just last year at an event in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada when he pulled off the heaviest lift of 786 pounds (356.5 kg).

Vice President of Communications Calvin Jolley: “We’ve been behind Brady through wins and losses. During the recent festival, he almost pressed 800 pounds for a world record on his first lift, but couldn’t quite lock it out. But what Brady has taught me over the years is that success is not defined by a single lift, but the overall strength-building process. He’s a world champion. The record is there for him to set.”

With 14 Olympic sports and more than 75 sports and events total, the Arnold Sports Festival is the world’s largest multi-sport fitness exposition. More than 200,000 spectators gathered to watch approximately 20,000 athletes compete in sports like powerlifting, cheerleading, baton twirling, boxing, gymnastics, table tennis, and archery. One of the festival’s highlights is the bodybuilding competition, which, when the festival debuted in 1989 as the Arnold Classic, was the only event.

Stewart: “Athletes, like 4Life distributors, take calculated risks. We don’t aim low. We push ourselves. We grow.”

4Life has 24 offices around the world to serve a global network of independent distributors and their customers.

For more information:
Calvin Jolley
Vice President, Communications
4Life Research USA, LLC
Cal[email protected]