This is a disclaimer/warning: I am going to rant a little bit.
Guy has many training issues. He cannot Squat. He cannot Deadlift. He cannot Bench Press. He has zero coordination. Why? Because his mobility and stability is not up to par.
So he is given a detailed plan to help improve his position.
He never trains seriously.
He does not improve.
He continues to not train seriously.
His problems only get worse.
And yet he still whines and complains.
I really don't get it. To get good at anything you absolutely have to dedicate time and effort for it. For me to pull a 515 Deadlift on a Deload workout and make it an "easy" workout it means I have put in multiple times that effort into daily training.
Forget lifting. Think Martial Arts. Anybody (like Joe) who actually practices this stuff knows that almost 99% of the time it is about keeping your head low, practicing and practicing and polishing technique and really working hard for that one glory moment when you're actually in a true situation - either a fight or a competition.
We train hard on a day to day basis so that when competition day or test day or maxout day comes around: it is a walk in the park.
End of rant
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