On February 14, Ryan Belcher heard a loud crash outside his office at BELFO Property Restoration, Ypsilanti Township, Michigan, as he ran outside. What he saw was awful – a Jeep Cherokee turned on its side and four men trying to lift it.
"I heard a woman covered in blood shouted," Bring the children away, "Belcher M & F said, knowing that the crash was bad When he approached the car, he saw a man hanging out of a broken window on a speed limit sign, the four men could not move the jeep – luckily Belcher is not like most men.
With only three powerlifting meetings under his belt Belcher made waves in the super heavyweight category (over 308 pounds), winning his first meeting ̵
Belcher, who made a 905- He dug his 800,000-pound deadlift into competition, dug his forearms deep under the window and pushed up his weight, then pushed the Jeep a few feet forward before hearing from viewers to stop, "I did not feel once the weight, "remembers Belcher. It was enough to free the trapped man, who was eventually taken to the hospital. Unfortunately, according to Belcher, the man is now paralyzed from the waist down. "
He adds," I became emotional when he told me that I had saved his life. I said, "I know, man, I'm just glad you're alive." When I walked down the hall, there were eight nurses, and they told me, if I had not done so he smashed into that pole and brought tears to my eyes immediately. "
Belcher, who joins the Xtreme Powerlifting Coalition Worlds at the Arnold Classic on February 28 and March 2, does not love all the media attention "I'm not interested in being portrayed as a hero," says Belcher, "All I care about is getting that man out of there . "
View this post on Instagram Yesterday was a crazy day for me while I heard a car accident at work. I ran outside and saw a jeep in front of him and a man stuck. At first, 4 or 5 people tried to move this Jeep and there was nowhere to go. I grabbed the back of the jeep as far as I could and began to push it until I heard that was enough! I am humble to be as strong as I am, I am grateful for the ability that was given to me!