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He has a stomach hernia, but that definitely doesn’t hold him back, he said.
Quadzilla also said that powerlifting was an ‘‘incredibly mental sport’’.
He enlists the help of mental performance coach David Niethe, whose clients have included golfer Lydia Ko, basketballers Mika Vukona and Alex Pledger and weightlifter Tracey Lambrechs.
‘‘It’s mind over matter. I take myself to a place where I can’t fail.’’
And as far as using banned performance-enhancing drugs go, Coulter said there was no need.
His business Muscle Fuel aims to provide freshly made, healthy meals, and everything you need is in nutrition, he said.
‘‘(Doping) is in every sport and you’d be foolish to think that it wasn’t. But there’s nothing that’s going to replace hard work.’’