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    Quote Originally Posted by Cole Gorton View Post
    Is this supposed to be low? I was listening to a podcast with powerlifting Bruce Lewis (105kg) he's a complete beast and said his was in the 200's
    Maybe free testosterone, not total.

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    Possibly mistaken, not lying. I apologize.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnsonville View Post
    That’s a good idea, but leave my house at 530am, the gym doesn’t open til 6. Time for a home gym it seems.
    Hey Johnsonville,

    Just a few words of encouragement from an old lady.

    Kudos for training in spite of your age and circumstance. I feel your pain.

    A home gym would be a life saver. Due to life complications, I have "adjusted" to getting up at 2:45 AM. Hitting the gym in my garage, and showing up for work by 6:15 am has been the solution to dealing with job related fatigue. Getting it done first ensures you actually do get it done. Having your own gym is the absolute best. It's all yours. You can show up at any time of the day or night. You don't have to share. Lol.

    Sometimes you deal with fatigue and soreness from your job the day before, but as with the Marines, improvise, overcome and adapt.

    Keep lifting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by murrie View Post
    Hey Johnsonville,

    Just a few words of encouragement from an old lady.

    Kudos for training in spite of your age and circumstance. I feel your pain.

    A home gym would be a life saver. Due to life complications, I have "adjusted" to getting up at 2:45 AM. Hitting the gym in my garage, and showing up for work by 6:15 am has been the solution to dealing with job related fatigue. Getting it done first ensures you actually do get it done. Having your own gym is the absolute best. It's all yours. You can show up at any time of the day or night. You don't have to share. Lol.

    Sometimes you deal with fatigue and soreness from your job the day before, but as with the Marines, improvise, overcome and adapt.

    Keep lifting.
    Thank you, I appreciate the encouragement. Agreed a home gym needs to happen in the near future, I miss having mine very much in times like these.

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