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Old 07-12-2011, 07:17 PM   #23
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Hehe, right?

When I very first started, I lifted in the garage with some rusty standard plates and had no idea which lift did what. I'd "invent" lifts and because I didn't actually know what most of the lifts did, i thought it would only make sense to chase numbers... or at least try to. Routines were also full body because I didn't know of anything else and besides, didn't know of enough movements to even be able to plan a split.

No outside influence either. In my "developing" years, I had only lifted in the garage and always alone - it was my time and didn't want to be bothered. No cousin, friend or training partner telling me what was "best." Spun my wheels for a long.. eh, really long time, formed my own opinions and went on from there.

Still a long ways to go.
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