In June of 1996 Maurice Greene competed at the US Olympic trials at a weight of 155 lbs.
After being defeated in the Semi's, Maurice came to John Smith at UCLA –
Smith would do many things with Greene from there over the next year, throughly tapping into his ability's.
Within 8 months Greene added 18 lbs onto an already very sturdy frame for a 5'90 sprinter.
2 Months later he was world Champion and never looked back, racing the remainder of his career at 175-182 lbs.
Greene found his Optimal Weight-To-Power balance during this time. You must find yours.
Just adding 15 to 20 lbs. is like messing with Vegas, it's all a roll of the dice.
It could ruin you – It could make you better than you've ever been.
You have to do it right. Spend lots of time in the weight room – while at the same time – Always, spending More time on the Track.