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Old 01-18-2010, 04:13 PM   #15
Bodybygamma
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
It comes faster after you get over "the hump" and have solid technique and confidence in your ability to progress.

I believe I am going to progress every workout. This confidence is a key ingredient. I see too many young lifters each day with a mindset of failure..."I'm stuck, I need a new program!"

I've used basically the same routine for 20 years. The last 3 years I've played around. Some might argue, but I believe that for beginners and intermediates, drive and will to succeed is more important then routine.
Definitely, couldn't agree more.Training programs don't lift weights,you do,they programs build confidence. Only you can load the bar, and lift the weight. Louie Simmons or Wendler won't do it for you.
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