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Old 02-07-2012, 05:59 PM   #5
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It's all a matter of time and consistancy. The consistancy is pretty standard between all lifters, you have to put in the work every week. But the time difference can be huge between lifters. Some guys will fly up to a 300 lb squat while it may take others a few years to get there. Then to add another 100 lbs may take even longer. The guys that are most consistant or gain faster will have a better chance of putting up huge numbers. Those that gain more slowly or don't remain consistant may have to settle for personal battles and smaller achievable goals. But it really doesn't matter; even the really strong guys respect the efforts of the weaker guys. We are all busting our butts on a consistant basis. Be the best you can be.
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