Frank Gachelin is sweating. Even with pain shooting through his shoulder, he grinds through an early morning weightlifting circuit. Military press, bench press, triceps pushdown -- a series of exercises so strenuous that perspiration soaks through his torn Jackson Generals T-shirt. Biceps curls, sit-ups, incline presses. Gachelin throws a rusty 45-pound plate on the incline bar. After checking carefully to make sure the weight is even on both sides, he slides onto the bench and... More >>>