What Do You Want to Lift?

Reg Park began his training with a specific and definite goal - to win the Mr. Universe title. He went on to achieve his goal not once, but three separate times.

Hail to the Dinosaurs!

I was reading a book on diet and
nutrition by a medical doctor the
other night, and I saw something
that made me stop and think.

The doctor was talking about
things he always asked a new

Mostly, he asked questions.

"What do you want to improve?"

"What would you like to change?"

Things like that.

And he asked his readers a
similar question.

Fill in the blank:

"In one year, with regard to my
health, I would like to _______."

For example, one reader might

"In one year, with regard to my
health, I would like to lose 50

Another reader might want to
run a marathon - or a mini-
marathon - or a 5 k race.

Someone else might want to
lower their blood pressure.

So it's a good question to get
people to focus on their most
important goal or goals.

I thought I'd ask each of you a
similar question.

Fill in the blank:

"In one year, I want to be lifting

Choose the exercise(s) and the
weight - and if it's for sets and
reps, fill in the sets and reps.

Send in your answer. I'll share
them with the Dino Nation.

Yours in strength,

Brooks Kubik

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P.S. 2. Thought for the Day:

"In any endeavor, step one is to decide
what you want to achieve."

- Brooks Kubik


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