We Aren’t One-Dimensional; Why Train That Way?

He shifts his weight, each time swaying his shoulders as to not stand square with the man standing in front of him. His eyes scan up as he speaks and catches the coach’s eye for only a second before darting away. It’s as if his body has an almost visceral avoidance of the coach’s gaze.   The coach had a tender look in his eye, but the lifter couldn’t see the softness in his face. He only saw the projection of his own inner-judge.     The young Olympic weightlifter,…

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