Hail to the Dinosaurs!
You've probably heard it many times.
The optimist and the pessimist look at
a glass of water that's filled right to the
The optimist thinks the glass is half full.
The pessimist thinks the glass is half
It's the same when they look at a
barbell loaded with plates - but not
loaded with every possible plate.
The optimist thinks the bar is half
The pessimist thinks the bar is half
How you look at the bar determines
how you look at yourself - how you
look at your training - how much
you enjoy your training - and how
much satisfaction you get from
I think it's very important to try to
improve your current level of
strength and lifting ability - but
it's also important to give yourself
a pat on the back for what you've
Always remember - you may not be
the strongest man in the world - but
you're a heck of a lot stronger than
And, most importantly, you're a heck
of a lot stronger than you would be
if you didn't train.
So keep on training - keep on gaining -
and stay hungry - but also recognize
that you've done a pretty good job so
Yours in strength,
P.S. If you ever need a major dose of
kick-in-the-pants motivation, as well as
tons of strength training advice, grab
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P.S. 2. My other books and courses
are right here:
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P.S. 2. Thought for the Day:
"Climb the mountain, but enjoy the
- Brooks Kubik
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