- Jun 4, 2013
So according to you the normal/general reaction to an immediate family members death is not stress, but a response to produce a once off superhuman performance against someone underestimating you. Gotcha. Your thinking on this lines up perfectly with your level of thinking on other topics, I’m pleased to know that I’m speaking to the real deal Pedders here.Gosh, imagine how good Douglas would have been had his mother not died ahead of Tyson in Tokyo.
Someone who already trains hard is also more vulnerable to fluctuations in stress as they’re on their threshold, then the added stress on the body of cutting weight... yeah totally comparable situations, good one Pedders.