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Weight vs proper forming and MIND!!!


volkwolfkelvin

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:(x: I dunno but have you guys ever consider this issue before?Here's how it goes,when you are lifting a weight just really reached your personal maximum weight you can handle and at the same time thinking you are standing at your brink going to fall off from the cliff(I usually thought it's heavy and I am gonna kill it) and does not realize any workout you are doing is out of your forming and posture I guess?Well that's what happen to me recently.I been realize my perception on my so-called progress benchmark in the wrong thing-weight.I know lifting a heavier weight can helping myself building up more resistant but unfortunately this theory is a bullshit to me from now.

:(?): Really having my forearms in a tearing pain is really suck and it is putting myself on the risk of muscle injure just because I did not setting my concentration on warmups(from now I will do it for the sake of my body and safety) and forming and posture BEFORE I get it wrong over and over and regret for my whole life and journey.Yet mind must be the master of everything and I chose myself to transform myself into a better physique and gaining muscle so I will never quit and give up.It's pay to be a winner and I dont have to like it but I choose to do it and I have to make it happen because if I dont and never do it,my target and resolution will never comes and yet I will regress into my previous self again and forever living in a whimpy live!

Anyway I did had fun today with my gym mate and an acquaintance who potentially could be my gym mate and thanks to him I did learn something new for my biceps and shoulder routine.He even gave me some advice on fixing up my improper posture which affect my appearance and workout too so right now I will apply his advice and get everything improve for overall.

So thats it,since I dont really know what should I share right now BUT what do I want to do is fixing my posture and forming,strenghten my mind and lift slightly lighter but reconfigure again,my forming and more reps!Yes before I forget,if you are reading this wolf's blog entry could you guys recommend me which protein supplement is good for a starter?I am planning to grab one when I study more information about sport nutrition!

Never Give up,

Volk

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Honestly, most beginners don't actually need to take supplements if they are eating a good diet with enough calories! The idea is to get your body into a more efficient state, and then supplement for more gains. Save some money and just eat lots of good food!

Form is everything! Take the time to learn and use proper form! Also, warm up and cool down are very important, as is stretching!

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Honestly, most beginners don't actually need to take supplements if they are eating a good diet with enough calories! The idea is to get your body into a more efficient state, and then supplement for more gains. Save some money and just eat lots of good food! Form is everything! Take the time to learn and use proper form! Also, warm up and cool down are very important, as is stretching!

Thanks Glema,I will balance up my meal and eat accordingly on my activity frequency and I will configure my forming until I get it all correct done.But I still want to know more about SMR because after reading your blog post I am still not really get it and wanting to know more.

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Thanks Glema,I will balance up my meal and eat accordingly on my activity frequency and I will configure my forming until I get it all correct done.But I still want to know more about SMR because after reading your blog post I am still not really get it and wanting to know more.

Here you go! I hope this is helpful! 

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