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Old 11-17-2013, 12:54 AM   #6
AdamNC
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Originally Posted by MikeM View Post
Have a goal and a target date. For me, it's 1200 total at 198 by 50 years old. A bit over a year from now. For you it might be squat 300 at 165 lbs a year from now, or whatever. All you have to do is hit that goal. Plot a course and stick to it.
This is something I haven't done related to training. Why I don't know, because I'm highly motivated by goals/deadlines in other aspects of my life. I guess I don't really know what would be a challenging but reachable goal by a certain time. However, if I could reach the one you suggested, that would be great.
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