His psychological and physical ways of training made sense to me BIG time, perhaps because we were both wrestlers.
But, this guy, was PURE Gladiator!
No 2 ways about it, he was a Bad MoFo.
His own training began in elementary school where he would go out and run 5 miles on his own, without a Coach telling him to do so.
In middle school he wanted to wrestle, so the high school wrestling coach told him
he had to wait till high school.
But, what to do until high school he asked?
His Coach told him to do push ups.
How many push ups?
No one ever told him how many, so he decided 500 a day would be the number!
He scattered the push ups throughout his day.
He would use the OLD webbing grip tools to work his hand strength.
He even did 500 push ups the morning he won the high school state championships.
The Russians had their olympic athletes play full blown soccer games the night before their Gold Medal Volleyball match.
I can go on and on with stories of his man.
But, let me tell you, every time I get the rare opportunity to connect with him, I shut my mouth and listen.
His methods and stories always give me heavy dity ammunition to use for my own training and my athletes.
Listen to him talk, along with the other greats that will inspire you, educate you and open up your mind to an entirely new world of training in The Underground Strength System.
PS: His name?
Coach Ethan Reve