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Don’t Listen To That Asshole “Fitness Expert”

If you take away one thing from reading this article, hopefully it’s the fact that there is no single training method that works for everyone. Plain and simple. Because doing an exercise a certain way makes one guy’s chest grow doesn’t mean that it will do the same for you. You have to learn what your body responds to and that can take years if you’re not cognizant of it.


Pay attention to what you’re doing, how you’re doing it and the order, as well. Sure, a beginner should train with an experienced partner until the basics are figured out, but you will know when it’s time to hit the pool without the swimmies on.

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So let’s assume that you’re past that beginner stage. You know what to do for each body part and about how many pounds and reps you can handle. Now it’s time to do some trial and error and find out just what makes your body get passed this stage.


If you’re paying someone to train you, that’s fine. But just be careful and keep an open mind. If he or she considers themselves know-it-alls and the only way to lift is their way, it may be time to find a new place to throw your hard-earned money away. I hear Las Vegas is a great place for that.

Another aspect that you should be on the lookout for is the scientific trainer. You know, the one who uses big words and explains what’s going on inside the body, confusing the living shit out of you on purpose so they sound smarter than they really are and make you hesitant to question them.


You know what the best way of finding out what works best for you? If you feel the muscle working, are experiencing some soreness from it and seeing the results in the mirror. Just because you read somewhere that the only way to carve out your abs is by doing this movement this particular way, there’s nothing wrong with trying it out for yourself, hence the aforementioned trial and error. That can be the case even if you’ve been working out for decades; there’s always going to be this new and improved way of doing something. Give it a try and if you don’t feel it after a few times, scrap it and do something else.


Never do something in the gym because you read that Kai Greene does it. Sure, he is a freak and has an amazingly massive physique, but because he can squat for days doesn’t mean that you won’t blow a knee out trying to emulate him.

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