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Old 08-10-2005, 11:32 AM   #11
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Thanks a lot 0311.. That is exactly what I thought, when he told me that stuff, I asked him over and over.. Are you sure? the answer he gave me was "Yes I am sure, unless you are on steroids you will have to work hard like the rest of us and do a lot of reps" which made no sense to me, because in my early days when I started to go to the Gym, the person that was my mentor was a real body builder (a professional) and that is the way he told me it should be done 6 to 12 reps depending on how you feel, what muscle you are hitting and how many exercises you are planning on doing. Bye..
Hell Yeah! Why didn't you tell the trainer about your professional mentor?? I would've loved for him to say that the pro was wrong and must've been juicing!

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Old 08-11-2005, 07:59 AM   #12
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Hell Yeah! Why didn't you tell the trainer about your professional mentor?? I would've loved for him to say that the pro was wrong and must've been juicing!
Lol, the reason I did not tell him anything is because I wanted him to teach me everything he knew and since this personal trainer was a one time deal, meaning I got one free lesson for becoming a new member.. When he asked if I ever did weight training before I told him "just a few times", and another reason I said that is because itís been so long I donít really work out that Iíve forgotten a lot of the details of some specific exercises and machinesÖ I just wanted to refresh my mind without letting him know I actually knew something, that way he would give detailed explanations about what I wanted to knowÖ Which he did, wrong ones but the never the less detailed ones lol
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