don't you ever again tell me in such a disrespect way that it takes determination. I know determination. I've sweat so far in my life so much blood and tears to give my self the right to say that one confidently.
Maybe my reaction to your post is a little bit to aggressive. I'am not sure if your post was really in this aggressive way. I'am not sure, and because of that I want to apologize immediately if I got you wrong on this one.
Furthermore I want to say thanks to you for sharing "determination" with me. It could have been the case that I dont know determination. You couldn't know, so - thanks.
thank you. This will maybe answer my questions. At this point I don't want to be a disrespect way, but I allready knew (at least) the Professor X's thread. I just didn't made it through the whole thread yet. My questions still unclear to this point, that was one of the major reasons for me bringing my thread up.
But so or so - I will bite through it. It's worth it, even if my two questions won't be explained fully in the way I had imagined.
So here goes the next "thanks" out. Thank you.
allright. I will explain as best as I can.
I mean by "too much to take seriously" the training routine and (more then the routine) the INTENSITY of your workouts. By "INTENSITY" I dont necessarily mean repetitionrange from (example) 1-5x. No. I mean the OVERALL "pushing yourself to limit"-kind of intensity.
I hope I made myself clear good?