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4179b3  No.149954

I simply love training, the idea of improving your physical aptitudes by slowly working on them daily is one of my favorite things about life. One of the things I try to keep always in my training is the ability to adapt to any situation and equipment, always train with what you have, don't be limited by anything.

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0ec7f4  No.149966

Word to live by.

I kinda pity the people that don't even try, you have a body, so use it.

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f3f557  No.149969

>>149966

OP here, totally agree, as someone said in a pnd thread: a healthy mind can only exist in a healthy body.

I just can't get enough of that feeling of breaking through a mental barrier, doing one more rep where the last time it felt absolutely impossible, going with heavier weight, running for longer, etc

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f0395a  No.150047

you can train your muscles but you can't train that face of yours

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b784b5  No.150054

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Training is fucking amazing my dudes, watching yourself fall away and a greater being be born by the work of your own hands? There's nothing quite like it.

OP, you should pick yourself up a copy of this epic book about shaolin training techniques and expand what you think is possible: http://www.kungfulibrary.com/shaolin-kung-fu-4.htm

>>150047

Nice try, beta boy, but even face gains are possible, you've limited yourself so much you seek to limit other people, very sad, uncool.

Go out and think about why you want to tear other people down, fix that, and go make some gains dude, there's no point in being a sadsack like that.

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f0395a  No.150055

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>>150054

lifting weights doesn't make you hardcore loser, lifting weights was cool back in maybe 2005, Im a pro boxer and I ain't no racist motherfucker but I'd knock your ass back to slavery you stupid nigger

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fd3c29  No.150060

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66ac56  No.150105

Agreed. I think the best and most satisfying form of superiority is being superior to your former self. It's amazing waking up and doing something you've never dreamed of being able to do a few years ago, being more flexible and stronger than you imagined you could be. Sleeping and waking up better and being more and more proud when you look at yourself in the mirror before a shower.

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b436ef  No.150108

I love training, too. Nothing like making strides and getting stronger.

Since we're on the subject, I'll share a recent joy. I've been lifting for around 15 years, but I've got a lot of weird hip/leg issues (from birth, had surgery as a kid) I've had to accommodate so only in the last year have I really perfected my squat form. Like finally got that shit where everything's going exactly how it should, heels on the ground, knees not going in, no butt winking, all that stuff. It took years of daily stretching and doing other movements to strengthen/lengthen the tendons in certain areas and even going to physical therapy but I finally am doing it. My legs and ass have never been better. Going to the gym tomorrow for squat day and I'm so excited.

Lifting rules

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