Watch this cute chick throw a football like a master.
This is crazy awesome.
Check it out:
Damn, Girl! That was amazing!
She’d give a few of those NFL QB’s a run for their money.
Those wussified, low-T, vegan millennials wouldn’t stand a chance in a football throwing competition with her.
Callie says that she was always a tomboy.
Her bio on her website describes her this way:
Witty, irreverent & always smiling, Callie is an All-American chick or as she likes to call it a “Professional American”. In her third-grade journal she wrote: “I like sports, eating & sleeping & in my spare time I do my homework”…and not much has changed.
Callie is a true “tomboy” and spent most of her life in cleats, sneakers or a hat, playing 3 sports in high school (soccer, basketball & softball). Then going on to play NCAA Division 1 Softball in college, while earning her degree in Business Marketing.
Her passion for sports lead to a love of fitness, as Callie says “the harder you train, the better you play”. As a result, she started competing in the NPC (National Physique Committee) once she was done with her athletic career. She earned her professional status in the sport as an IFBB (International Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness) Bikini competitor.
Callie also likes to throw things & her football videos have recently gone “viral” & been featured on many sites including, ESPN, Inside the NBA on TNT, Bleacher Report, TheLADbible, Barstool, The Chive, Coed, The Sport Bible, Whistle Sports & many more. It also lead to a live interview on SportsCenter.
Here is Callie on SportsCenter:
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Here’s a shirt for real men (and women, too):
Why be average? It’s so overrated.
Everyone does that.