Hail to the Dinosaurs!
I'll begin with a great big THANK
YOU to everyone who sent in some
Happy Birthday wishes by email.
You helped make it an extra
The day went according to plan:
1. Great workout in the garage,
2. Steak and salad for dinner
Now, if you think about it, that's
not too different from any other
day here at Dino Headquarters.
And it's not too different from
any day in YOUR life.
That's the beauty of the Iron Game.
You make every day special.
You either start the day or finish
the day with a workout -- and then
you enjoy some great food. (Note:
food always tastes best if you
earn it -- and in our world,
you earn your meal by having
a great workout.)
If it's a non-training day, make
it special by doing some stretching,
going for a long walk, doing
some concentration and visualization
drills, curling up with a good
book about training, or watching
a good strength training DVD.
Even if you don't train, you should
think about training. Make it a part
of your life -- a part of every single
Heck, you can even dream about it.
In fact, if you're serious about your
training, you WILL dream about it.
And that's great. It shows that your
training has become firmly embedded
in your sub-conscious.
By the way, in case you're wondering,
I did open some presents after dinner.
1. Tommy Kono knee bands
2. Lifting belt
3. Some lifting books
4. Some lifting DVD's
5. Coffee mug from daughter
The coffee mug had nothing to do with
lifting, but I like coffee in the morning.
Anyhow, it was a most excellent birthday.
Thanks again for the birthday wishes!
We'll talk sets and reps tomorrow. But
as always, thanks for reading and have
a great day. If you train today, make
it a good one!
Yours in strength,
P.S. Here's how I celebrated my birthday
two years ago:
P.S. 2. My other books and courses are
P.S. 3. Thought for the Day: "When in
doubt, lift. If in serious doubt, lift
harder and heavier." -- Brooks Kubik