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Old 05-17-2010, 03:23 PM   #9
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I dont think I can say I do number 3. I see alot of people that size me up however. If I go to a bar and its anywhere near midnight or later, some drunk kid and his buddies will be sizing me up it happens all the time and I think its stupid. There are alot of people in this world with Little man syndrome. But as far as coming across someone who lifts more than me and is a similar age and or size, that is just a pure motivator for me. The way I see it that person either has lifted longer or is working harder, both of which in turn motivate me to get better as well. I could care less if a 17 year old kid lifts more than me, Im making progress and that is all that matters. I know for a fact I am alot stronger than most of the people that walk the earth so why do I need to compare myself to individuals? The two guys I lift with are both 400+ pound benchers, I am nowhere near that and it is the most motivating thing ever to lift with people who push you.

I am guilty of number 4. I get in the zone with the Ipod cranked and I dont htink about anything but the task at hand. You will find me grunting and yelling flipping a 350 pound tire for sure.
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