I'm a student at anything I do because I'm so analytical and thorough. So, before competing I spent years studying the game.
I was always satisfied learning from men of the likes of Mike Mentzer, Boyer Coe, Chris Dickerson, and Bertil Fox. Them, mainly for arm development because mine were always lacking.
One goal was always "Watermelon triceps" non flexed. Just thick looking triceps to tie in the side delts, lats, and biceps.
For instance; Sergio Olivia Sr. and the side picture of him playing pool with his polo slit just to fit his arms.
That was always the goal. "Goal" because I'm not anywhere near where I'd like to be, but that's what goals are in place for, to work towards!
Picture 1: 290#. Taken before my first fat loss diet began.
Picture 2: 254#. Taken after my first fat loss diet completed.
Picture 3: 282#. Taken before my second fat loss diet began.
Picture 4: 262#. Taken after my second fat loss diet completed.
Back to that whole 'momentum' thing, and how it's a poor word to use, really. That is, because the better you get, the harder you have to work in order to get better. What give the feeling of rolling down the tracks in the grind, is mental strength gained and lessons learned. If the diet sucked the first time, it'll suck the second time too. But now, you're ready for it. Stronger for the first hand knowledge of what's ahead and empowered by the result you know will exceed the last time you crossed the finish line. .
The number one reason I think people in strength sport bitch and whine about not wanting to starve or be a slave to a diet, is the same reason people bitch and whine about cutting water for weigh-ins: They suck at it. I can't speak for them. I can speak for my own reasons. I embrace the challenge. To me, to be the most competitive in strength sport, means fueling my body for high performance. This applies to gaining, maintaining or losing weight. I still do my best to eat to perform when there's a major goal coming down the road. If I squat 700, and a guy 50 pounds lighter than me squats 700, I'll be the first one to say that he's stronger than me. .
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