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    Default Q&A Episode - Beef Protein, New Books, and Lane-Splitting | SS Radio #130

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    Rip answers questions from Starting Strength Network subscribers and fans.



    • 1:30 Comments from the haters
    • 22:53 Fluctuations in strength increases
    • 29:25 The beef on beef protein
    • 35:41 Volume, heavy, work sets? What's the question?
    • 40:03 New books coming?
    • 43:05 Classic comedies
    • 44:39 Audio version of Barbell Prescription
    • 48:21 Heavy negatives
    • 51:52 Bench height and elevated heel?
    • 53:49 Different row variations
    • 55:01 Being a bench specialist
    • 58:11 Rip talks non-native politics
    • 01:02:50 Terry Todd
    • 01:07:07 Is over training the same as systematic fatigue?

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    Your thoughts on Terry Todd (who I never heard of) were interesting. I think you and I evaluate people through the same lens.
    “He didn’t give back to the sport. Never coached anyone. Did not pass it along”.

    If you want to leave a legacy, you have to do the exact opposite of this. Not even for strength training, but for any field or profession.
    Maybe its our age that we think this way about people, but notice how the guys who gave us their knowledge and time we hold in such high esteem?
    We will always be grateful to them. And at their wake we look their wife in the eye and say “He helped me so much”. Those guys leave a legacy and it shows at their funeral and for decades after.

    One of my few joys in life is training guys in work to do things the right way that will keep them safe and feed their families. But it is feeling you cant have until you become less selfish over time, and hopefully as an adult at the near peak of your learning curve you find younger people who are motivated to learn. It’s what makes the world go round and how we contribute to it in our own small way.

    What you said is important and I hope others pick up on it.

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