You read a story like this. Notice NO MENTION whatsoever of the best days being behind him. Notice not even implying that he couldn’t keep progressing. Think about that.
The man in the photo, Ted Lindberg, is the client of Chad Henry, a solid coach in my area whom I had the opportunity to connect with some years ago. Both Henry and Lindberg are a testament to the local lifting community in the Twin Cities.
Henry’s training and Lindberg’s story are instructive on multiple levels. Check out the Eden Prairie News article by author Eden Teller.
In Teller’s piece, Lindberg states clearly that he aims to outdo his first two world records, shooting to hit a 300lb bench by the age of 90. I think he aims to go well beyond even that, as indicated by the “until 100” quote.
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