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Old 12-04-2010, 12:21 PM   #24
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I am a logger, I log everything on paper and on the computer. I am wanting to see progression daily and weekly. Even if it is one pound or one rep, I want to try to keep moving forward. That is where tracking your tonnage can be helpful. One thing I have noticed in a lot of folks on the internet is they interpret "instinctive training" to mean absolutely no plan or record. They then wonder why they are not seeing any gains. How can they if they have nothing to compare against? My personal logs hold me accountable to myself, my forum logs hold me accountable to others.
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