Olympic wrestler Jordan Burroughs rests for a moment while preparing to do pull-ups with a 20-pound chain during an hour of high-intensity training in early February at Hendricks Training Complex. “There’s points in a match when you feel like this, like completely fatigued, exhausted, spent, and there’s short time on the clock," said Burroughs. "If you give up, you’ll regret it. I think of all the times when I was extremely tired in a match, and whether I did or didn’t break. I’ve felt that way so many times before and it’s always a decision you have to make. Do I fight for my life and try to get this takedown, or do I give up?"