Ahh man I love training lol. I hate getting to the gym, but once I feel the barbell in my hands it’s like a switch goes off.
I think I like the adrenaline rush / fight or flight response I get from squatting for reps.[/quote]
I genuinely do not enjoy training, particularly high rep squats. My favourite part is when I finish and think “thank christ that fucking thing is off my back, now time to get the floor away from my face”
I genuinely don’t think I could ever train consistently without some form of PR sets. Tangible proof that I’ve got better is literally the only reason I set foot in the gym
But for me lifting is very therapeutic. I release all my anger at the gym. Whenever I lift I have this “controlled rage” that I unleash with each rep. It’s funny when I’m at the gym I always see people get turnt, hyped, and all sorts of other shit. But I am a very quiet lifter. I do make a Klokov face before lifting (if you watch any of his videos, you see he scowls right before lifting).[/quote]
I’m pretty quiet normally, maybe a bit of an explosion of breathe at the end of some higher rep squat work.You can tell when my energy levels are up though, I start pacing between sets