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Old 10-04-2013, 09:39 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by moeheep View Post
I experienced the biggest gains in strength after I read Brooks Kubik state..."It is an undeniable fact that very few people actually train HARD when they lift weights."

After reading that:
1. I recognized I was not working hard.
2. Immediatly changed my mindset.
3. I am currently experiencing my biggest strength gains....ever!

Also while on vacation last week and working out at a local gym, I saw this to be true. Even my sister, who was with me, said as I was training, and working HARD, everyone was staring at me like I had 2 heads.
agree wit you here. I catch myself saying im working hard but then will skip sets or not push my self to the limit. It takes a different mindset to take your body to its limit then pass that limit. great post man
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