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Personally if I’m training, I like to be as loud and boisterous as possible and make everyone in the room want to outlift me and kick my ass. It makes me work harder, takes the fear of big weights out of the way and gets the old testosterone levels rising.
The worst thing about these negative consequences is that they don’t happen over night, you could go for a year before your joints start to feel like pepper grinders, and it all could have been avoided by discovering your Most Important Limiting Factor (MILF).
Tried everything to get flexible? Do more mobility work than a monk up a mountain and still nothing? No you’re not a special case that just can’t get flexible, there is something you have to take into account.
The most common trend that I come across though, even with the most confident people is that we all seem to have something in our lives that makes us feel like we’re coming up short, not good enough or some reason that we’re not as good as someone else. And I’m here to tell you YOU’RE RIGHT!
You can see how when you start some serious consideration, warm ups can start becoming ridiculous and time consuming. It’s partially down to learning more, or the “fear factor” of impending injuries, but honestly, in all my experience the people that get injured the most are the ones foam rolling that tightness out.