Written by Thomas Scott
If you’re like us, the shock of losing spring sports to the coronavirus is starting to settle in. Many gyms are starting to close down, leaving athletes and fitness enthuasists searching for a fix. Don’t worry! If you fall into one of these categories or just looking for a productive way to kill time, former Aggie track star Darryl “Bullyjuice” Williams has you covered.
Committing to North Carolina A&T was an easy decision for the Jacksonville, NC native. When asked about this choice Williams said, ” I didn’t consider any other schools. All of our (high school) meets were held at A&T and I loved the track.“
Williams went on to run track for the Aggies from 2009-2014. During that time period he won the silver medal in 100m at the 2014 MEAC outdoor championships and competed at the NCAA regionals in the 400m relay four times. When it was all said and done, Williams graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in liberal studies and a Master’s degree in physical education.
Budding YouTube Star
Darryl Williams has been able to translate passion for fitness education into an extremely successful YouTube channel. As of today, WIlliams’ Bullyjuice channel has 479K subscribers and over 30 million views!
In response to the coronavirus and increased interest in at home workouts, Williams created a 30 day work out challenge. Watch BullyJuice explain the workout below.
View the full Bullyjuice YouTube channel here and don’t let any obstacles stop you from reaching your goals.