9-Year-Old Girl Completes 24-Hour Obstacle Course Designed By Navy Seals

by Brandon
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Most 9-year-olds out there spend their days stuffing their faces with chocolate bars, ice cream, McDonalds and soda but then again that is most 9-year-olds. Milla Bizzotto on the other hand is an extremely motivated, focused and fiercely fit 9-year-old, who just became the youngest competitor to complete the 24-hour Bullfrog challenge that was designed by Navy Seals. Which may leave you wondering why Milla decided to take on this incredible challenge at such a young age? The answer is to raise awareness against bullying, something that she has personally been troubled by. But in order to get herself in the conditioning required to survive the Bullfrog challenge, little Milla had to push herself through training three to five times a week for three hours during a nine month span. Providing quite the inspirational story , it is pretty amazing how a kid was able to gather their negative experiences and use it as motivation to bring awareness to the problem and help others who are currently dealing with the same issue. Telling CBS Miami: ‘I don’t want people to quit because they don’t believe in themselves because someone else says that they can believe in themselves.’ Providing proof that you are never too young or too old to make a difference in the world.

Check out how the inspirational Milla Bizzotto got herself prepared to complete the 24-Bulfrog challenge by taking a look at the video below!

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