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Jesuit adds another successful powerlifting meet to its seasonal record, making a very good showing at home. In this event, Jesuit invited lifters from Cedar Hill, John Paul II, and Oakridge. With some lifters unable to participate and the stress of hosting a meet, the team still preformed very well finishing second overall, just 5 points below the first...
The crash of iron hitting the floor, the grunt of a lifter grinding through a rep, the haze of chalk dust floating in the air: these are some of the sights and sounds of a powerlifting meet. Participants compete in only three movements: the squat, bench press, and deadlift. After the chalk clears, the lifter with the highest sum...
On February 16th, Jesuit powerlifting participated in a meet at Highland Park High School and after a long day of “pumping iron,” two Jesuit powerlifters distinguished themselves from the pack and qualified for the regional powerlifting tournament in Everman, Texas the next weekend. Athletes from all sports are encouraged to participate in this unique opportunity to do organized powerlifting, and...
On Saturday, February 19, 2011, bright and early at 7:00 AM, the power lifting team arrived at Highland Park to participate in the 7th annual Highland Park Power Lifting Invitational along with Waxahachie, Bishop Lynch, Coppell, Ranchview, Berkner, and J. J. Pierce. The team consisted of 15 members :  Juniors Preston Martin, Luke Olinger, Michael Stephens, Akuda Esin, Hayden Williams,...
"Strength is the most general physical adaptation. We get stronger through the process of stress, recovery, and adaptation." -- Coach Lacey https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MgvOKp_OwrI Stress, recovery, and adaptation: three words Coach Lacey would repeat over and over at the end of practice to remind powerlifters that strength is gained through the process of applying stress to our muscles while working and our recovery....
Ahhhhh, there's no better feeling than waking up at 4 am on a Saturday to lift big weight, right? No? Well, the Jesuit Powerlifting Team thinks so, competing at two consecutive meets both on Saturday mornings. On February 9th, the Jesuit Powerlifting Team woke up early in the morning to go to their first Saturday morning meet. The bus left...
If you have ever entered Jesuit’s new weight-room on Mondays, Wednesdays, or Fridays, you may have seen this tall, muscular man who trained Jesuit’s athletic teams, organized their workout schedules, and developed new plans to benefit student athletes through their hydration and nutrition. This man, Logan Lacy, served as Assistant Director of Athletic Performance. Coach Lacy was born and raised...
Echoing grunts, the rich, humid smell of sweat and thundering clatters of metal all filled the gym at the Oakridge Powerlifting meet on January 21st. The Jesuit Powerlifting team established its dominance by taking first place overall at the Oakridge meet. Jesuit won first by accumulating the highest sum of points out of all the competing teams. Points are...

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