“I get knocked down, but I get up again”, as the popular hit 1997 “Tubthumping” by Chumbawamba goes. It could by Corey’s anthem, given how many times he kept getting knocked down.
Corey Peterson knows what it means to endure. Having had to rebuild his life again and again, fitness and in particular, endurance and weight lifting have been his tools.
Cookie from Team SISU caught up with the resident of Utah recently and discussed the journey Corey took and what it took to get to where he is now.
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