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DeMoe recruited Leibfried to the Colfax Powerlifting Club when she was in eighth grade. At the time, the club only had one male lifter and it was his idea to enlist Leibfried. When she began her powerlifting journey, Leibfried weighed 105-lbs and ended her freshman year lifting a 185 lb squat, a 115 lb bench and a 185 lb dead lift. But she knew she could be stronger. After learning from a nutritionist how to fuel her body properly, she gained a clean nine pounds and spent the next three years lifting at 114 lbs. By the Static Contraction Machine end of her senior year, she was squatting and dead lifting at 315 lbs, raw benching 175 lbs and holds Isometric Exercise Equipment a personal bench press record of 210 lbs. “I have never had anyone work as hard as she does in the weight room,” DeMoe said. “She could have just settled at squatting 250 or benching 150 but she wanted records, she wanted to put in the work and the time to be the best and I think she’s achieved that.” And Leibfried will have many more opportunities to show the world what she can do. Leibfried received a powerlifting scholarship to Midland College where she will re-join Anderson and his powerlifting team. She said she is excited to continue lifting, especially on a large collegiate team. “I definitely didn’t think there were any scholarship opportunities for this until he (Anderson) approached me a a junior,” Leibfried said.
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