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Old 11-18-2010, 05:44 AM   #12
Bodybygamma
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Default Positive Commitment

Always think positive. If you think you can't you won't. Setting new personal records and achieving goals is all about the struggle, if you can't COMMIT to the lift, then just go on home. I usually say something as simple as *UP! Which is most cases is the perfect cue because that is the destination.

*People used to ask me all the time before I had good deadlift form how I could grind out 570lbs + or - almost stiff legged, they would ask questions like how can you stay focused? What do you think about at the moment of pulling? Aren't you scared your going to hurt yourself? And all I could respond with was a one word answer with two letters: UP!

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