Kendrick Farris is a three-time Olympian. Farris has competed in the last three Olympic Games. In 2008 and 2012, Farris finished 8th in the 85kg weight category (before the IOC’s Reanalysis testing). At the 2016 Olympics in Rio, Farris took 11th in the 94kg weight category.

In an interview with NBC right after the Olympics Farris said, “I have no plans on retiring. I’ll be training, probably tomorrow. More than likely I’ll be back in the gym. I have no plans to stop lifting. We will see but most definitely I am planning to train so I don’t have any plans to stop.”

Since then, Farris not posted any current weightlifting videos or photos to social media. But in a recent preview to an interview with Speed Power Strength, a weightlifting gym in Oakland, Farris is still leaving the possibility for making another run at the Olympics in 2020. It would be his fourth appearance at the Games.

In the teaser video, Farris is asked if he is going for number four? “Man, you know what? I really want to go for number four. I want to. I want to. I need to see how things shape out for me, said Farris. ”

When asked what it would take for Farris to make it in 2020, Farris said, “Man, a lot of patience, you know what I’m saying? Strategy, you know, because I think that is one thing that is often overlooked…is the training. Looking at long-term training. Because in this day in age, it’s Internet, right?. A lot of people like instant gratification. So if they can’t get it right here and right now, I think a lot of people get too impatient and rush it and peak too early.”

Check out both teasers below and keep an eye out for the full interview.