SS Radio #96: Strength Is The Most Important Thing in Life SS Radio #96: Strength Is The Most Important Thing in Life

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    Default SS Radio #96: Strength Is The Most Important Thing in Life

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    Hearing Nick having to explain to Rip what a "Bellend" is made my week 😂😂😂

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    Girls don't care about your abs. Young women are more superficial than that.
    I played that quote for my wife -- she agrees. Her observation is that women (useful women) like to see big arms, broad shoulders, lats, and traps. These are indicators that you can actually do something for someone else, like protect her and her children. Abs are a signal of selfishness and vanity.

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    Mark, I have often attempted squats that I didn't know if I could stand up from -- but I'm still a pussy. What should I do?

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    Stop posting on this board.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m s View Post
    Mark, I have often attempted squats that I didn't know if I could stand up from -- but I'm still a pussy. What should I do?
    Get the surgery and be a dick.

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    What was beeped out towards the end?

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    Don't know. I can't hear it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    Stop posting on this board.
    If I don't have the resolve to send my post into the uncertain abyss that is the Mark Rippetoe Q&A post queue--knowing that it may never be posted--how will I have the daring to plunge my buttocks down once more, knowing I may never come back up?

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    starting strength coach development program
    Enjoyed that, picked up the book again and read chapter 1, again.

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