What is your biggest problem area when it comes to training?
07-28-2005 05:23 PM
Hot Italian Goldmember
Same for me. Plus . I often dont have time and i have to skip a workout.
Originally Posted by size
07-28-2005 05:43 PM
2) my right calf
07-29-2005 02:07 AM
I can objectively say that I don't really have a problem I can't solve except for my calves. My results everywhere else are great and I couldn't be happier with them but I need help on a calves routine....frequency, workload and the like. I don't plan on receiving free help on this but just throwing it out there.
07-29-2005 12:15 PM
Really Really Good Looking
My problem is I get too big....Then I have to take timr off to become "normal again"
LOL....Not the problem, the problem is Weekends, sooooo easy to stray on the weekend. Cheat day turns into cheat days!
07-31-2005 03:01 PM
Stick with Poliquin, he'll get you results. I've been following him for some time now and had the problem with to much information also. Sometimes I still have that problem. I just recently became a certified strength coach with Poliquin. He's the best out there.
Originally Posted by GTOman
07-31-2005 04:08 PM
Development wise, my delts are the biggest pain in the a**.
Strengthwise, flat barbell bench has always been a pain in my a**.
Lifewise, not having enough time is royal pain in my...you get the idea
07-31-2005 04:35 PM
I am faster than 80% of all snakes
Sorry, he is getting results with me.
Originally Posted by never2fit
08-01-2005 12:38 AM
Used to be my problem too, but I start my week on Sundays now at the gym. Keeps my weekends short, and keeps me feeling better about myself.
Originally Posted by Giantz11
08-01-2005 02:34 PM
Really Really Good Looking
08-01-2005 05:41 PM
My problem is diet when it comes to cutting. Right now I'm trying to drop the fat around my midsection (to get only about 2-4% lower) while keeping my muscle. I can't get it through my head that I need to eat more than I do, I feel like if I eat anymore than 2000 calories, I'm eating too much.
08-02-2005 12:25 AM
You were refering to sleep in this response, could you be more specific? If not I understand why.
Originally Posted by Bobo
08-02-2005 10:00 AM
1. I know what foods to eat, what to restrict, how many calories I should aim for, and so on. I just don't do it. ****ty will power I guess.
2. Any strict diet gets derailed immediately by weekends with family or friends. I think it could be said that going to my parents house also acts as a "trigger" for overeating as well.
3. Mental distortion when dieting. When losing weight I feel and look fatter in the mirror (illusion) and when I gain weight I feel like I'm getting leaner, when the scale and other people tell me the opposite.
4. Wanting to both lose weight and have high lifts. As soon as I lose weight, my lifts drop and then it bothers me. When my lifts gain, it's always accompanied by overeating, so I gain weight too.
08-02-2005 10:29 AM
For me, other than sleep issues, after trying to bulk for a while and eating like 4-5k calories a day for about 2 weeks, i get backed up and sorta sick untill i cant eat. I think i have a messed up colon or something, i sort of want to get a colonic. Which brings me to my next point..
My belly, im skinny as hell but i dont have a skinny stomach. its the worst thing to be very lean and have a nice rounded belly. its not huge, but compared to the rest of my body, its the only place that stores fat.
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