I would strive to figure out a way to make weightlifting a money generating enterprise. If it were possible to make it a self sustaining monetary venture, that can grow, it would have far beneficial effects. It would be good to make the contests more exciting for the layperson and the potential payout for success higher to entice athletes to look at weightlifting as a viable professional sporting option.
Thats well said Arturo but I would point out your statements are just as true in a wealthier country, since wealthy countries still have poor people.The problem with your theories of a benevolent dictator, Andy, is that your training center would simply be far less fun to live at and train at than mine. My training center would be the time of their life for the athletes that live there, assuming we each had billions to burn of course. So, my center would out-compete more authoritarian ones in the long run.
Most certainly we would have a clubhouse of some kind, with beer. But the way an anarchistic center would work is pretty simple. As the employer, I pay for big snatches and clean and jerks in big competitions. What you do with the money is your business. Certainly there will be plenty of space in my training center to allow the athletes the opportunity to fully explore their potential.
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