At a “Stand at Attention” fundraiser event at North Carolina mall JROTC cadets challenged passers-by to feats of strength and endurance to raise awareness for the Active Heroes foundation which seeks to help out military families in need.
Kaylyn Mintz, 10, accepted the challenge of one Lejeune High School student to a push-up contest … and then creamed him.
As it turns out, Mintz is a gymnast and Junior Olympics hopeful which became painfully obvious to the cadet mid-contest as his arms began to flag while Mintz just kept pushing along fine.
Kimberly Munley, the U.S. Army Sergeant who was shot three times during the Fort Hood shooting spree declared young Kaylyn her newest little hero.
If you’d like to step up to the challenge head over to the Active Heroes foundation and get involved. Unless you want a 10-year-old to school you, too.