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    Default It's Okay To Cry | Jim Steel

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    ​Itís okay to cry when you miss a lift or even have a shitty workout. Iím telling you, it's okay. There are only a few occasions when it is okay to cry: When you lose a championship football game, when your dog dies, any movie where the dog dies (not the cat), or when you miss a lift or have a shitty training session. Thatís it.

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    I read this twice. It is brilliant.

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    Excellent piece as always, Jim.

    Personally, I've shed more tears over making lifts than missing them.

    Having been weak and intermittently debilitated before discovering the program and its follow-ups, I have great joy and gratitude from being able to move weight, and from not being laid up and useless from physical activity.

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    Thanks, guys. I appreciate it. Really enjoyed writing that one

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    Mr. Steel never disappoints. "I Have to Train" remains my favorite that requires, at minimum, an annual read.

    "Do I think less of people if they don't lift weights? Yes. I do." Pure gold!

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