You can’t push in every competition once you are over 30, he said. You need a good recovery.
Koji Murofushi of Japan is one of my favorite track and field athletes, because he breaks barriers. Here we have a Japanese athlete that was trained by his father and other coaches outside of eastern block countries not getting credit to his ability to win. In 2007, in his home country, he finished out of the medal haul but came and earned his gold medal. While it would be nice to zero in on his training and share some his tricks of the trade or montages of his great power, I think it’s a good idea to see his biography first to see what makes him tick. I believe his parents were more than his DNA, meaning they taught him more than than how to throw a hammer.