EFT (Elbow to Fingertips): 0
WEIGHT: 165 LBS.
LEVER LENGTH (ELBOW TO FINGERTIP): 19”
HOMETOWN: Denham Springs, Louisiana
FAVORITE ARMWRESTLING TECHNIQUE: Drop Hook
RIVALRIES: Allen Fisher, Kenny Hughes, Cobra Rhodes, Mike McGraw, Ron Klemba, Matt Harris, Chris Chandler, and more.
YEARS COMPETING IN THE SPORT: 16 years
FAMILY: Lucas is married to his wife Jennifer. Together they have a daughter named Presley Brooke.
WAL TITLES: WAL 2014 Finalist
EMPLOYMENT: Lucas is currently employed through TerraCon Consulting Engineers & Scientists. He also owns the Christmas Light Pros franchise for the Greater Baton Rouge area.
HOBBIES: Armwrestling, shooting pool, and projects around the home with his wife.
FAVORITE TRAINING TECHNIQUE: Hammer curls, bicep curls, wrist curls and other similar range of motions that involve the use of resistance bands and/or static contraction exercises. Another exercise he enjoys is climbing the 2.5” tugboat rope that’s suspended into the oak tree in his back yard.
INTERESTING FACT OR EXPERIENCE THAT HELPED SHAPE LIFE: “Never doubt yourself. The Bible says ‘I can do all things through Christ who gives me strength’, Philippians 4:13. All my armwrestling glory and success is credited to that Bible verse and my faith in the Lord. A good friend of mine invited/talked me into entering my first tournament never having touched the armwrestling table in my life. I had never worked out or trained for armwrestling either. It was that day arm wrestling changed my life forever! I went through my entire weight class undefeated, dominating every competitor who stepped to the table. After the tournament the team coach/trainer, Craig Tullier came over and introduced himself to me saying I had just beat two of his previous National Champions. He was very positive and encouraging, and even offered an invitation to begin training with them. He said something along the lines of, I had a God given talent and ability unlike any he had ever seen before.”
UNIQUE FACT: “Just a short six months ago I entered into the sport once again with a burning passion and desire to compete. I want my two year-old daughter to grow up understanding what it takes to not only be successful, but also how to show love to others throughout the community.”