This question is gonna sound stupid because it probably is, but i'd like to ask it for the fuck of it. I was wondering if you think that strength gains could be hindered due to a taxing labor job. I do concrete and masonry, and most days will spend 8 to 10 hours jackhammering, swinging a sledgehammer, hand loading and finishing concrete, shoveling stone and wheeling. Even if I come home dog tired I can still get a good session in because, lets face it, anyone with half a dick can train when they're tired. But do you think that this could be taxing enough on my body to prevent me from getting as strong as I could be? This could merely be me hitting a plateau, but I haven't seen significant strength gains in alittle while now. Any advice is appreciated. Thanks Jim. And thanks for a program that has stripped away everything that is worthless.