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Old 06-11-2012, 08:11 AM   #1
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Default What are you willing to give up?

I've been having a discussion lately on a few topics, and I thought I would throw one of them out in the open.


This picture is of Tommy Kono's home gym. It just seems so raw and real and it inspires me more than a new shiny glossy of the latest high end gym.




Same thing for these pictures of Eugene Sandow. He seems real compared to Arnold. Yet Arnold is what most people look to.






What are you willing to give up?

Could you do without all your cages, benches, and stands?

Would you take the challenge of going 12 weeks and use nothing but a barbell and dumbells?

I know for many people this idea strikes a fight or flee impulse. What would stop you from stripping it all away and going back to just the barebones?

What do you think you would learn from this?

Could you put together your own plan or would you need a program to follow?

How many days a week would you work?


Discuss.
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