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Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Ronnie Coleman Says That Modern Gym Bros Don’t Even Lift

“Everybody wants to be a bodybuilder, but nobody wants to lift no heavy-ass weights.”
We have all heard it before. It’s on everything from T-Shirts to coffee mugs. It’s basically a mantra for anybody that takes the gym  seriously and is tired of seeing all of the imposters who are here to take a few selfies and admire themselves in the mirror rather than to actually move any serious amount of iron.
According to Ronnie too many guys these days…
“Go in there and lift a few weights. Do it light like that. It ain’t like that. You gotta work. You gotta work hard. You gotta work harder in the gym than what you’re doing all day. I work harder in that hour than I did in the whole eight to ten hours I did in my shift at the police department.”
Crafting an epic physique, as any serious lifter will tell you, is as much mental as it is physical. If you do not square yourself away mentally and commit yourself to the pain and the sacrifice that building Olympian amounts of muscle entails, then you might as well not even try. Or at the very least stop calling yourself a bodybuilder when you half ass your way around the weight floor.

You’re not a serious lifter. You’re just a fitness enthusiast. Like this guy. You’re this guy. How does that feel?
You’re not “hardcore“. You’re not going “beastmode.” You’re not any of the phrases in impact font printed on the shirts you wear. You’re a blow hard and true lifters can smell the bullshit from a mile away. You may be able to fool your instagram followers with photos of a bar stacked full of plates but you won’t lift it because you’re weak mentally and physically, or you just so happened to be “injured” on a day when real work is done: leg day.

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