Hey, I know that some people have a harder time than others at weight lifting. It seems that lately, knowing how to work hard is such a foreign concept to most people that when they get in the gym, they either proceed to go through the motions or need some strict number sequence to follow because they can't tell how to work hard enough to produce any muscle gains.
I am alien to this nonsense. I had to wake up on Saturdays and mow the yard. My grandmother would have me cleaning out the gutters on her house before I was ever in high school. My dad was a middle school football coach so I watched people playing and training hard since I was a little kid. The bottom line is, we were accustomed to working...and working pretty damn hard. No one had to tell me how to do the same in the gym.
Is that was is missing lately?
Gaby's posts in my thread leave me in awe at how the human mind works. If this poster is a woman, it would explain more, but since this person has ignored this question many times now, I will simply assume it is not and may be a troll.
I am putting this here because this poster's posts will be erased in the other thread...basically because the issues he or she has don't seem to be capable of being answered without electro-therapy.