Michael Ray Garvin is a former NFL player and Professional Track athlete. He was signed to the Arizona Cardinals and Detroit Lions. Michael Ray competed in the 2011 USA Indoor championships and placed 5th in the 60 meters with a time of 6.63.
Michael Ray was the fastest man of the 2009 NFL Draft. He posted unofficial times of 4.18 and 4.22. The official times were 4.24 & 4.28. On his pro day he jumped a 10'8 broad jump and benched press 225 lbs for 18 reps. His weight was 174 lbs. His NFL pro-day picture has been seen all over the world.
For a workout with the Las Vegas Locomotives, a United Football League team, Michael Ray clocked a 40 time of 4.13 in front of the former NFL Head coach Jim Fassel.
Michael Ray has a bench press max of 405 lbs. at a body weight of 180 lbs. He explains nutrition, supplements, and training methods in his book called, "The Universal Athlete."
Michael Ray has also competed in the 2016 American Ninja Warrior Qualifying round in Oklahoma City. His story being nicknamed the World's Most Jacked Athlete was featured on NBC.
Michael Ray is looking to impact the lives of athletes by giving them the knowledge to excel in his books. His books are designed to help athletes become universal in sports and life. Universal meaning, they know how to take care of themselves, mentally, physically, and spiritually.
Michael Ray Garvin
Former Professional Football Player
LinkedIn: @Michael Ray-Garvin