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Old 06-19-2012, 01:19 PM   #4
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How I stay motivated to lift is of no use to you. I have my own reasons for doing what I do.

You need to think about why you wanted to lift in the first place. What was that thing that had enough energy to create a spark that got you off your ass in the first place?

Identify what that thing is, and you will always have a match to light your own fire.

If you can't do that don't worry about it. There are hunters, and there is prey. Not everybody is meant to be a hunter.

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