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    eraquol is offline Senior Member
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    patience and consistency

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    Leif is offline Junior Member
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    I'm just going to have to echo the "just show up" and "patience and consistency" bits. It's working out anyway on days when you don't really want to that will bring success in the long term.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Fleming View Post
    Don't listen to what people say on the internet.
    I think Chris just put the kibosh on this thread.

    Peter.
    Many a man proclaims his own steadfast love,
    but a faithful man who can find? --- Prov. 20:6

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    Not advice but I've come to understand these are important:
    1) Diet - if this is wrong, it makes your goals harder to achieve
    2) Rest - Progress slows without it
    3)Sleep - a healer
    4)Exercise - a)tailor to your goal, b)focus on technique c)pace yourself, don't go all out at every workout
    5) Enjoyment - do something you enjoy and that you will enjoy over a long period of time.
    6)Lifestyle - programme exercise around your lifestyle not lifestyle around your exercise programme
    7) Try it - See what works for you, we are all made differently

    In no specific order, but I reckon Diet Rest and Sleep to be the top 3.
    Last edited by Stu E; 04-06-2011 at 05:18 AM.
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    My advice is short but concrete: never back down

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    Do not train to failure with your shakeweight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kbSagoo View Post
    Do not train to failure with your shakeweight.
    Because it will make you go blind.
    [URL]http://southernkettlebeller.blogspot.com/[/URL]

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    Do workouts you enjoy, you will have better consistency that way.

    Don't sweat the little things or look for the magic bullet perfect workout, you're not an athlete.

    A poorly designed workout done regularly with intensity gets better results than the one you read on the internet but didn't do.

    Running is a fundamental aspect of athletic performance, if you want to train to be athletic, run. If you want to be a big slow mountain of strength, that's cool to.

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    Consistency in everything: diet, training, safety, ect.
    Aaron Pierson RKC / FMS
    [url]www.fundamentalstrengthllc.com[/url]

    We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, therefore,is not an act but a habit.

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    Don't drop a kettlebell on your head.

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