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    Default A Recipe for Survival | Ryan Blom

    *If you lift weights, you should understand the stress/recovery/adaptation process. Your body will go through it whether you understand it or not. Squats and deadlifts don’t cause you to get big and strong, recovering from them does. However, your muscles aren’t the only thing that is changing and adapting; it’s all of you – physically, mentally and emotionally. Starting Strength changed me and made me “harder to kill” (The Red T-shirt).

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    Excellent article Ryan. Thank you for sharing your story. Please keep us posted on your recovery.

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    Wow, what an inspirational story thank you for sharing.

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    As I lay in bed I wondered if I would ever walk again. Now the question is will I run?

    Rip you were right again. I can get in the STI an even depress the clutch. Yes glad I didn't sell it!

    I am sure if I had not been training I would have died in the operating room! It is a long story...

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    What a beautiful story!! Thanks for sharing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cdmaxime View Post
    What a beautiful story!! Thanks for sharing!
    Thanks Ryan! You are an inspiration to us all. Thanks for showing us how to live!

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    Inspiring story. Thanks for sharing.

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    That's a man right there.

    All the best to you and your family for the future.

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