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The Spirit Of The Moment: A Maximal Lift  


Abstract Category: Education
Course / Degree: Religious Education
Institution / University: The American College of Metaphysical Theology, United States
Published in: 2002


Dissertation Abstract / Summary:

The dissertation is an accurate account of the author's successful lift, off the ground, of a 3,000 pound upside down jeep in the early 1980's in Cupertino, California USA.  The author, unassisted, lifted the vehicle, so other bystanders could rescue the trapped driver from the wrecked vehicle.  The psychological and physiological aspects to this 'Maximal Lift' are addressed as well as the type of progressive resistence exercise  training the author engaged in during the period the late 1970's and early 1980's (1977-1983).  This case study of 'hysterical strength' and 'super strength' are used for analysis of these types of 'atypical' human physical efforts.


Dissertation Keywords/Search Tags:
Education, Weight Lifts, Super Strength

This Dissertation Abstract may be cited as follows:
Tice, B.S. (2002)" The Spirit of The Moment: A Maximal Lift".  Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation.  Awarded from The American College of Metaphysical Theology on November 5, 2002. 


Submission Details: Dissertation Abstract submitted by Bradley Tice from United States on 09-Jul-2012 18:34.
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Bradley Tice Contact Details: Email: bradtice@att.net



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