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Old 06-24-2013, 11:23 AM   #21
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Great thread and great discussion. Thanks Offroad and CH.
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Great thread and great discussion. Thanks Offroad and CH.
Fully agree! Although I followed the advice of starting low to keep momentum going in progression, a little voice keeps saying "FAIL, just lift heavy ass weights".
Then I bump the weight by more than I planned.
Is the only downside of stalling a loss of motivation?
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Fully agree! Although I followed the advice of starting low to keep momentum going in progression, a little voice keeps saying "FAIL, just lift heavy ass weights".
Then I bump the weight by more than I planned.
Is the only downside of stalling a loss of motivation?
No, failing lifts drains your nervous system too so you will progress even slower or you may even become weaker the following workout
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Great thread. I always thought that when you started you should lift more but this proves that you do not have to. It is nice to be able to work up to something more.
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