Discussion in 'Training Psychology' started by scott64, Feb 9, 2014.
what fans?? sound like a right knob
Looks like you’re the knob for taking that seriously
I'll stick to Childrens TV humour or US style canned laughed with my next joke so that you can get it. Or Basil Brash at the end saying Boom Boom just for you
Fear of buying size medium tshirts
the manlet is strong
Being shite at benching. I will not let it defeat me. I will never give up until I defeat it.
Thing is you're not shite.
You're just comparing yourself to elite level and tbh 95% of this forum would be delighted with a 160kg+ bench.
Training is a way of clicking life's hold switch and clearing my head.
Routine gives my day clarity and purpose.
Lots of little short/medium term goals ie holiday, competition etc
But the underlying drive is health and the fact that our bodies are there to be USED. Additionally I love artistry and flair so the idea of being able to change the look of my physique through training and eating fascinates me.
Originally I just wanted to get aesthetic and have a six pack. But, since starting work I have let myself go in terms of basic vanity and going to the barbers all the time etc (although I want to change that because I think my responsibilities have taken over my life).
The main actual drive for me nowadays is the sporting motivation, I just want to get as strong as possible, gain more muscle and hopefully compete in a natural bodybuilding competition one day. I actually love going to the gym and lifting the weights. It's the continuous cooking and eating that I am not so motivated by.
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