Aaron “The Rage” Web page, a revered strongman, has died after a battle with COVID-19, in response to posts on social media from fellow opponents and an area tour the place he was an athlete.
Though the official explanation for demise was not launched, the deadlifter had examined constructive for COVID-19, his girlfriend revealed in a put up on Fb. Web page’s girlfriend Chloe Woodford wrote on Fb on November 12 that Web page was “at the moment in hospital in an induced coma the place machines are doing the breaching for him, we each examined constructive for COVID on the finish of final week and has been in since final evening, clearly it is a difficult time for me and his household so if don’t reply please don’t take offence, he’s a powerful boy he’ll get via this.”
His Twitter web page known as him, “fifth Britain’s Strongest Man 2020.” On Fb, he wrote:
European deadlift champion ’18
European log champion ’16 & ’17
Giants Dwell competitor
GIANTS LIVE: WSM Area Tour confirmed his demise on its official Instagram web page. “We’re shocked and saddened by the dreadful information of Big’s Dwell athlete Aaron Web page passing away 💔 Our coronary heart felt condolences exit to all of Aaron’s household and associates,” they wrote. “Aaron you’ll be drastically missed by all of us at Big’s Dwell 😢 Might you relaxation in peace ❤️.”
A fellow competitor wrote, “I simply acquired the devastating information that Aaron web page has handed away this morning. R.I.P strongman. I had the honour of competing alongside Aaron who was additionally the driving power behind my log packages. You’ll be missed.”
I simply acquired the devastating information that Aaron web page has handed away this morning 😞 R.I.P strongman. I had the honour of competing alongside Aaron who was additionally the driving power behind my log packages. You’ll be missed. pic.twitter.com/P7oDulLNXx
— Missy_P (@Missy_Poison1) November 21, 2020
On Web page’s official Instagram website, he describes himself as Aaron “The Rage” Web page co-owner @the_barbell_division @teamaffinity THERAGE @silverbackgymwear RAGE10 @sbdapparel @amg_sports_management @nordicbotanics TEAMNORDIC.”
He additionally had a YouTube channel.
Followers paid tribute to Web page.
— kelly Armstrong (@kelarmstrong80) November 21, 2020
Wrote a fan on Twitter, “Devastating information this morning! @aaron_page was such a enjoyable and beloved strongman who was at all times prepared to present recommendation! The energy group has misplaced one of many large personalities. Sending my love and condolences to his household and shut associates. RIP rage.”
Right here’s what it’s good to know:
Web page Indicated He Was Sick in His Final Instagram Put up
Web page’s final Instagram put up was shared on November 10. In it, he indicated he was recovering from an sickness.
“Might be quiet on hear from coaching movies for per week whereas i spend some a lot wanted restoration time. Nothing critical dont panic unwell nonetheless be sharing bits plus we’ve a wsm YouTube video plus our first strongmen do silly s#*t,” he wrote.
Folks have now crammed up the remark thread with shock over Web page’s demise and feedback like “relaxation in peace.”
“My deepest and most coronary heart felf sympathy to your loved ones. Relaxation straightforward,” wrote one. Per week earlier than he died, one other fan wrote, “Simply heard Aaron is in a coma now, get effectively quickly large man 💪💪💪”
One other added, “Very unhappy information. Condolences to Aaron’s household and associates.”
Earlier in November, he appeared tremendous, capable of powerlift huge quantities of weight. He additionally shared photographs of his 12-year-old son, calling him ” my greatest buddy, my buddy, my inspiration, my hero!”
Web page Just lately Wrote About How Life Has a Begin, Center & Finish
In a considerably eerie Instagram put up he made in early November, Web page gave his philosophy for all times. He wrote:
Trying again on our lives is one thing all of us do, whether it is movies, footage, tapes or time hops. Why is that this? For some it’s time to keep in mind, time to smile, time to snicker and a few it’s to mourn the lack of a beloved one.
However one factor all of us do or have performed in life is look again at what we as soon as had been or had… when you say you haven’t you’re mendacity or in denial. You hear feedback similar to: ‘look how skinny I used to be’ or ‘take a look at what I used to raise’ and even ‘look how pleased I used to be’. Trying again is such a strong instrument however to dwell on the previous might be so harmful!
Folks make these feedback, smile for a second and the realisation hits them they don’t seem to be that particular person anymore. This psychological block can break an individual over an extended time period. The way in which I’ve at all times checked out life and at all times will is sort of a e-book; in a narrative there may be at all times, a begin, center and an finish. There shall be chapters in our story of life; pleased moments, proud moments, coronary heart break and achievement…. All of it comes right down to the way you learn and interpretate your story.
Sure you’ve gotten achieved nice issues in your previous however that chapter of your life has ended, you’ve turned the web page and now it’s time for a brand new one. Acceptance is vital to shifting ahead, settle for that Vol.1 model of you was good however Vol.2 shall be even higher and benefit from the trip of non-public progress. All of it comes right down to how a lot you really need it and the way arduous you’re prepared to work for it! As Floyd Mayweather mentioned “key to success is tough work and dedication.
So sure, look again and luxuriate in your previous reminiscences and experiences however don’t dwell on them. Use them to gasoline your subsequent journey, problem or pursuit…use your previous as a lesson learnt and transfer ahead with a constructive psychological perspective that you will obtain extra… say to your self ‘that is my time, that is for me’.
5 Steps… transfer ahead don’t look again
1. I used to do…
2. I can’t anymore
3. I dont know the way
4. I’ll attempt
5. I did it