Mini Forklift Ⓥ wrote:I can't wait to get back on the lifting platform again.
People only see the end result, they see a number which is the total for your three lifts but they have no idea of the pain that you put yourself voluntarily through in order to get to you to that point. What is needed from you that is above the recreational gym goer? Well, you need to tap in to your soul ~ tap in to things that you keep hidden because of fear, the fear of hurting someone or yourself to get that next rep. To surpass the pain threshold in order to accomplish what you know you are truly capable of.
I hope some of you will join me for the ride MF.
Maybe I need to take a break from the gym AND from reading your journal haha This really made me want to go to the gym..
Bodybuilding is an art, your body is the canvas, weights are your brush and nutrition is your paint. We all have the ability to turn a self portrait into a masterpiece.
Hey MF, Just wanted to thank you for your support on the forum since the start of the year, when there are times when you might lose interest or need extra support it really helps when you give supportive comments on the forum.
Keep up the good work and keep posting your photos of all your food.
"Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough; we must do."-Bruce Lee
Strength does not come from winning. Your struggles develop your strengths. When you go through hardships and decide not to surrender, that is strength.-Arnold Schwarzenegger
"Don't fall for that crap that people are peddling on the message boards, in magazines or on TV. Get your shit in order, and get your training in order. Start kicking ass, and take out the crap that doesn't matter" Jim Wendler
SUNDAY 30th JUNE BODYWEIGHT: 137 TRAINING TIME: 7.15pm DURATION: 60mins COMMENTS: First 'heavy' DL session since end of February. Didn't know what to expect so fairly happy with how it all went WEEK: LAYING THE FOUNDATION RESTING PULSE RATE: 45
APPETITE: GREAT PRE WO NUTRITION: Tom Yum rice, beansprouts & vegetables, 1 x long black coffee (see pic below)
POST WORKOUT NUTRITION: SunWarrior protein shake
132 x 10 132 x 10 176 x 5 220 x 3 220 x 3 264 x 3 286 x 3 308 x 2 330 x 1 352 x 1 (tough but comfortable pull)