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Perseverance

Perseverance Rough Strength

I bet you dreamed about another “5 Ways to Build Bigger Arms” or “7 Foods You Need to Avoid” piece, but I’m not going to indulge you. Instead, I’ll tell you a story about what really makes a difference in your life. I’ll expose the biggest secret that distinguishes weak always-whining people from badass mofos you adore. And this secret is called “perseverance”.

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13 Random Tips on Rough Strength Training – Part II

Rough Strength Tips

That’s the second part of the article. Check out the first one here.


6. If you hit plateau, change something.

There is no point in doing something again and again if you see no results. You will hit plateau in all exercises sooner or later. If you never experienced this, then you either not consistent enough, or at beginner stage where you can progress for several months in a row without changing a thing.

There’s nothing wrong with hitting plateau, except the frustration. It is essential part of the process for strength training (as well as any other area of life). Your body adapts to the stimulus and regimen stops working. Despite what other people say, you need variety. Your body demands it. The best thing you can do when you hit plateau – is to change something. Even subtle change can lead to progress,

Variety can be different. You can implement it right and wrong. Continue reading

Progressive Resistance. Protein. Patience

Reg Park - the essense of awesomenessAre you tired of not getting results? If yes then you’re probably screwing up in one of these three fundamental principles.

Progressive Resistance

Firstly, even the most retarded gym rat should understand this. If you’re not using more weight/doing more reps/using harder exercises/doing less rest between sets/doing more sets etc. then you will not see any difference in your strength and how you look. Tattoo these words on your forehead to remind this anytime you want to change something and get weaker instead of gaining strength. Fuck, you can do 2-3 exercises all your life, keep getting stronger in them and you will be a powerhouse in 5-10 years. Keep getting progressively stronger in your training and you will be on the right track. Rethink your training today, make progressiveness your number one priority (not some stupidity, brand new gadget or fancy exercise) and you’ll get results finally. Continue reading