This page alone has like 10 different forms of marketing on it. Pretty much the existence of this forum is a form marketing.
Random health and exercise thoughts - Page 3024
Congrats, if I stay in Marketing then a masters would eventually be in my plan. At this point in Marketing it is pretty satisfying, when I first started I would sorta get upset because I would do all the work then someone else would put their name on it. Now that I'm much higher in the ranks I get to lead everything and it's great to step back and look at the things I made.
It's just a lot of desk work and sitting inside. Which I guess isn't too bad if you make your free time mostly about being outside and active.
Might not want to paste long sections of text unless you intended to give away your full name and employer.
Speaking of jobs, I'd love to switch it up My job is just incredibly boring and not challenging, and I don't get tasked with enough work. No chance I spend more than 30 hours in the office a week. I get compensated well and plenty of room for advancement, so it's really hard to move away from it, but I don't really want to make a life of this either.
VLSI I dint mind, I don't try to stay anonymous online. It keeps me better mannered thay way.
Kunk its just a dead simple way to track progress, the 1rm. I've passed so many people in the first year at my globo gym because powerlifting taught me how to be dedicated and structured. I do agree with you though.
Was tired of going to the gym and just plugging in my sessions around a bunch of random people. I also couldn't identify myself with bodybuilding culture or the majority of people at the gym. Never had a desire to be huge or have big guns.
Joining a powerlifting club made training a social thing. I meet friends and we train together. Most people have the same goals and dedication. Its professionalized and more like a sport in comparison to training at a random gym, and I appreciate that. I don't think I would be as involved in powerlifting if it weren't for the local club.
Lastly, I think its easier to get relatively good at powerlifting in comparison to bodybuilding. And simply staying fit with whatever workouts has never interested me as I like to be good as a specific narrow hobby / sport / whatever.
Lost 130 off my squat, 50 off bench, and 120 off deadlift. Felt like a bitch wearing squat shoes at those weights when there's a guy in the next rack repping 405.
Hope I can get back to my previous 5RM in 6-8 weeks, then switch up programming so I can cut.
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