Overcoming Barriers to Success


Reader Brian posted:

    I am a 43 year old male with 2 children, one of which is only 9
months old and has never slept through the night once!!

    That together with a demanding management job means whilst I have
never missed a training session I often train at 9pm at night after a 15
 hour day and then only get 5 or 6 hours sleep.

Reader Brian posted: I am a 43 year old male with 2 children, one of which is only 9 months old and has never slept through the night once!! That together with a demanding management job means whilst I have never missed a training session I often train at 9pm at night after a 15 hour day and then only get 5 or 6 hours sleep.
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Success Barriers.
Pnp_pc & Brian manage to workout, but it isn’t easy. All of you
have/are/will deal with things that block you in achieving success.

    Work. Physical demanding jobs. Long work hours. Working 2 jobs.
Working shifts.
    Money. You’re a student on a budget. You lack money to get the
1g/lbs protein daily necessary to build muscle.
    Injuries. Lower back pain on Squats and Deadlifts caused by dormant
glutes & lack of hip flexibility. Shoulder pain on the Bench Press.
    Equipment. Your gym has no Squat rack. Your gym has no free weights.


Overcoming Barriers to Success. Thruth is that you’re often the only
thing that blocks you in achieving success. If you’re determined, you’ll
 find a solution.

    Tony. 41y, married & 3 children. Avoids missed workouts by
working out at 5am. Started with an empty bar 12 weeks ago. Now Squats
+220lbs.
    MrOyf. Student living in the most expensive city of the world:
Helsinki. Supermarkets sell steak up to 30รข‚¬/kg. He finds ways to get
his protein.
    Rob. Has postural problems caused by his desk job. Often wakes up
with back pain. Can’t Squat or Deadlift without pain. Decided to spend
30 days working on his posture daily.
    Mutt. Used the Steinborn Lift for several weeks before switching to a
 gym that has a Squat Rack. Now Squats 245lbs.


They’re coping with the same problems you are. Determination is what
sets them apart. You either want it, or you don’t want it.

Hannibal said it best:

    We will either find a way, or make one.

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