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Old 01-20-2013, 09:19 AM   #4
jdmalm123
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
Nothing yet my friend.
Ha, I assumed you had a basic set of background questions...so...here's some:


When did you start lifting in general? When did you start PL'ing? What was the motivation?

What do you do for a living? Family?

How would you summarize your training approach that allowed you to achieve the big lift numbers that you have?

What are the best tips/tricks you learned to improve one or more lifts?

What foods are key to your performance?

Ever had to recover from, train through or train around a serious injury?

After accomplishing some impressive raw numbers, where do you go for advice to continue improving? Or, is just sticking with the fundamentals enough?

What would you tell teens and new lifters about what to do and expect their first few years of lifting?

What do you do for recovery?

What is the most competitions per year you recommend someone attempt?

Do you do any kind of cross-training or have an off-season?

What do you think is a realistic ultimate raw total for a lifter in your weight class?

What do you think the iron sports need to stay relevant and become more popular?

What interests you or inspires you outside the world of lifting?
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