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After
years
of
being
an
intelligent
trainer
you
became
an
experienced
trainer…starting
to

understand
what
does
and
doesn’t
work
for
you.
You
started
to
see
through
the
B.S.
and

realized
that
nothing,
not
a
supplement
or
a
special
way
of
training
will
ever
replace

consistent
hard
work.

I
spent
almost
twenty
years
going
through
this
exact
evolution,
and
just
recently
I
accepted

the
fact
that
there
was
one
last
step
I
needed
to
take.
Becoming
experienced
and
intelligent
in

my
approach
to
working
out
wasn’t
enough,
I
needed
to
become
WISE.

This
last
step
was
very,
very
difficult
and
it
forced
me
to
move
way
outside
of
my
comfort

zone.

However,
being
forced
outside
of
your
comfort
zone
is
almost
always
a
good
thing.

In

my
opinion,
you
will
never
see
success
unless
you
move
outside
of
your
comfort
zone.

I’ve
moved
outside
of
my
comfort
zone
three
times
in
my
life,
and
each
time,
the
result
has

been
success.


The
first
time
was
when
I
was
in
my
third
year
at
university.
Back
then
my
goal
was
to
bench

press
300
pounds.
Both
my
workout
partner
and
I
were
mid‐200
pound
benchers
and
300

pounds
seemed
like
‘the
ultimate
bench
press
goal’.

By
the
end
of
my
3rd
year
I
was
benching
280
pounds.
It
wasn’t
300,
but
I
thought
it
was

pretty
darn
good.
After
all,
in
my
group
of
friends,
I
was
one
of
the
top
benchers.

That
summer
I
decided
to
stay
at
University
and
take
some
extra
courses.

I
can
remember
the
first
day
I
went
to
the
gym
during
the
summer
semester
‐
It
was
a

COMPLETELY
difference
crowd
of
people
who
were
working
out.

My
usual
crew
was
not
there,
instead
the
gym
was
almost
empty,
except
for
4
or
5
guys
who

were
A
LOT
bigger
and
A
LOT
stronger
than
me.

Adam,
Steve,
John
and
Big
Jeremy
were
all
50
or
60
pounds
heavier
than
me,
and
they
ALL

benched
pressed
in
the
high
300’s.

At
this
point
I
had
2
options:

1)
Stay
in
my
comfort
zone;
workout
by
myself
and
try
to
hit
300
pounds
on
the
bench.

2)
Move
out
of
my
comfort
zone;
start
training
with
the
big
boys,
and
accept
the
fact
that
300

pounds
was
no
longer
an
acceptable
goal.

I
picked
the
later.
It
was
uncomfortable.
Actually,
that’s
not
true.
It
was
darn
right
SCARY.

But
I’m
glad
I
did
it.

By
moving
outside
of
my
comfort
zone
300
pounds
was
no
longer
a
mental
block,
and
by
the

end
of
August
I
was
bench‐pressing
355
pounds
for
sets
of
2.

55
pounds
more
than
what
I
previously
thought
was
the
‘perfect’
Bench
Press.




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