Flex Lewis remembers Dallas McCarver
The bodybuilding world is still talking about the sudden death of Dallas ‘Big Country’ McCarver.
Read more: Dallas McCarver passes away
Dallas McCarver was best friends with 212 Mr. Olympia Flex Lewis and Joshua Lenartowicz.
In the last couple of weeks, the three have been training together at Flex Lewis’ gym in Florida.
Dallas McCarver was supporting Joshua and Flex for the upcoming 2017 Olympia Weekend.
Joshua and Flex have been hit hard with this tragic event and both have went to social media to express their feelings.
Flex Lewis left a very powerful message on his official Instagram page a few hours after his death.
I write this with tears running down my face in disbelief your gone. I’m expecting you to txt me asking “what time we training champ?”
I don’t wanna leave that reality your not coming back, to walk into the gym again, and call my name…
My little brother, one the strongest men I know yet a giant teddy bear interior, my daughters biggest uncle, my training partner, a confidante, a loyal friend, my family.
We spend hours talking about life, setting goals, going for dreams not looking back and always focused forward.
We always be laughing and joking, always have story’s to exchange.
You would always thank me for the smallest things, to training at the gym daily 2yrs later. The politest and hardest working guy in the room, although you say I motivated you, you motivated me!
I’m sitting at the gym and can hear you voice “let’s go champ” I have no motivation to train, I miss you, I can’t believe I’m saying that, but I keep hearing your voice.
My little “big” bro I wish I could see you one more time. I love you i can’t believe your gone.
#ThisMustBeADream #Nightmare #IFuckingLoveYou #RIP #DallasMcCarver
Flex has not mentioned if he is competing or not at the 2017 Olympia. Joshua Lenartowicz did put his participation in doubt in his message.
Surely this has put a dent in their prep for the Olympia. But these two men are champions and surely Dallas McCarver would want them to continue training.