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Narbe Mansourian: How a Middle School Teacher Became a 11 Time World Bench Press Champion

Narbe Mansourian is a father of two and a proud teacher to 5th and 6th graders.

In college, he discovered what he calls a “God-given talent.” Since then, this 5’6” 147-pound father holds a world record for benching 392 pounds.

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In this episode, Silva Harapetian talks to Narbe about his childhood, how he uses the adversities in his life as fuel and how he hopes to be an example of what it means to live intentionally.

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