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Old 12-28-2009, 12:07 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by moore_716 View Post
If it was me I just wouldn't lift with them. The trainer at my gym doesn't agree with my workouts. I ask him questions now and then just to make him think I need his input. IMO experience is the best teacher period. No book can teach you what it feels like to hit a muscle. Each persons body is different and experience is the best teacher. What works for some won't work for others.
I have to agree here, also moore is correct on the whole you cant learn by reading thing, i never was able to grasp many things in regards to lifting until i experienced it, but i also read everything i can get my hands on in regards to lifting, and then use what knowledge i gained to formulate a new hypothesis if you will
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