The distance between your dreams and reality, is discipline.” Plainfield High School Senior Jack Beebe has been a part of the Unbreakable community on and off since 2013. He has a 4.45 GPA and is headed to Ball State University in the fall to continue his athletic and academic career studying sports management. Jack is a well rounded student and athlete. He is a Plainfield High School Ambassador, a member of the National Honor Society, FCA and St. Susanna and Plainfield Christian churches. Jack played football all four seasons of his high school career and ran track for two. In 2019 Jack held the record for most blocked kicks in a season. That very same year he also fractured his back. After his injury, Jack began training solely at Unbreakable. Doing only basic body weight movements, training and recovery looked very different for Jack for several months. However, he was determined and put in the hard work and conditioning necessary to not only regain the strength he had lost, but surpass his previous strength and endurance. He trained every day during quarantine and surrounded himself with like minded individuals and team mates with similar goals. His body weight increased from 179-215. He can squat 500 pounds, bench 295, and power clean 285. This past season Jack was awarded academic all state and all conference. He led his team in touchdowns, minutes played and tackles for loss. Jack is doing amazing things. We can’t wait to see where his discipline and hard work take him!