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Old 10-05-2013, 07:43 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
I think I have "weakness X." Should I be working on improving it?

I hate the idea of training weaknesses simply because everyone should be trying to make every body part as strong as possible to begin with.

Training weaknesses should already be a part of your program. Assume everything is weak. Make it Herculean strong.
Loving this post Steve. I myself get so caught up in "weak points" - not sure if it was perpetuate by a few of my buddies that ran Westside or if I convinced myself that I was actually strong enough to have weak points.

The bottom line is every body part should be worked hard as hell and treated like it's never strong enough
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