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Old 06-21-2014, 02:28 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by moeheep View Post
even though I KNOW I am progressing slower than if I trained less often, I get so much enjoyment out of the actual workout, that I will not train less often....
I love that comment moeheep - it's all based upon the premise.

Training frequently for the enjoyment w/ progress is different from training for strength is different from training for crossfit is different from training for size.... we can go on all day. Your statement is deep.

A lifter in his teens, twenties and even through the thirties can train for whatever premise they start with and they get - enjoyment, fitness, strength, etc. But us geezers, our bodies are less-forgiving. We need to define our premise and go from there.
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