"And in those simple beautiful movements I remembered what was really important in training; that consistency trumps intensity; all the time. That intensity is born from consistency. That one cannot force it, one has to lay in wait for it, patiently, instinctively, calmly and be ready to grab it when Grace lays it down in front of you."
Thursday, April 08, 2010
Commander Jack Reape on this essence of powerlifting.
Ed Coan, 901 at 220. The best powerlift of all time, imo.
"I have said before only 3 things in life that have given me the same heart racing, dry mouthed, stinky sweat mix of fear and aggression are running under kickoffs in high school, flying in harms way at night, and lifting in a powerlifting meet. I don't get to do the first two anymore."