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Old 03-08-2013, 12:55 AM   #14
BendtheBar
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You need to solve the root problem before worrying about workouts. Adaptation to the demands of a workout will come with time. The root problem is that you weigh 135 pounds and are eating 2100 calories a day.

This is not meant in a demeaning way - I want to help you reach your goals so I am being honest. You are underweight, frail and have no muscle. You can't expect to feel great working out right now. You have to tough it out, eat more, get stronger, be patient, trust the process, and not care how hard things feel...just do them anyway.

It doesn't matter how you feel, or what your energy levels are like. That will improve slowly each day.

Those that want results find a way to get it done no matter how they feel. You have to look at yourself in the mirror right now and ask yourself if you really want this. If you do, go get it.

That's the secret. Those that really want it go get it, no matter what the obstacles in the way.
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