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Old 02-23-2011, 03:40 AM   #9
Bodybygamma
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I made a 50lbs total pr at my last meet, almost exactly one year from the last one I did, at a lower weight class (from 275 to 242, 23lbs difference from what I actually weighted give or take) Total pr including only meet lifts since they are different then at the gym. You can watch the video
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The only limiting factor to human potential is your own belief system. If you have a strong desire to get stronger, a will to succeed and a passion for progress, paired with decent amounts of training & nutrition anything is achievable.

All the greats say this so I will also stress it, technique, form,and posture! Sometimes getting stronger is just mitigating different weaknesses. Set small term goals, alone with long term goals,set a plan, gauge your progress, and see what works/doesn't work and make it happen.
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