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    Default Rip on the Mind of the Warrior Podcast

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    Thoroughly enjoyed this podcast Rip. I never get tired of hearing you explain the difference between 'training' and 'practice'. Thank you.

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    In the previous podcast to Rip's, Mike spoke about his own training. It was all a bit "functional". He even said he wasn't worried about how many plates on the bar. HERESY.

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    I think he's gotten the idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    I think he's gotten the idea.
    And if he hasn't, we will try him as a heretic.

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    *That* was really, really good stuff. It has to be one of the best opportunities for Rip to lay it all out in a near perfect context that I have heard in some time, if not ever. Mike - and most likely his audience - is pretty much straight up the target audience for Starting Strength - not stupid, old enough to really care and genuinely interested in physical culture. Wow.

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    I had never heard of a Zercher squat until listening to this podcast. After seeing a video of it I hope to never hear of it again as it looks painful.

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    He had an interesting time on social media a while back. He posted a picture of a fatty heart next to a picture of an obese super model and got hounded off social media for a while by porky grievance mongers who objected to him claiming being really fat was unhealthy.

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