That being said, I think this article is worthwhile for Poop Readers because it's about weightlifting but it's not about weightlifting at all. It's about a Bulgarian power lifting coach who dominated the sport in the 70s and 80s with an unorthodox training regimen, who is now living in the US and trying to spread his gospel. It's as American a story as there is. While also being about a total foreigner with wacky foreigner ideas.
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Wednesday, June 22, 2011
''Heavy Lifting, No Rest, Candy: The Bulgarian Method" by Hannah Karp - WSJ.com
Confession: I'm a closet meathead. I love to lift weights. I do. In fact, on my tombstone, one of the three things that I'd like written is "He knew his pecs." The other two are "He looked good in pants." and "He was always right." All three statements are truer than Jesus's love for sinners. That's just how it is.
Posted by No Clue Ninja at 6:36 PM
Labels: fitness, foreigners, wall street journal
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