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Old 03-17-2010, 08:29 AM   #1
Allen Yeh
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Default Blood and Chalk Part 4

As part 4 in the Q&A with Jim Wendler I thought this quote was too funny not to share

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TM: Whenever I try to improve my conditioning I lose strength in my upper body. I know, that's why many powerlifters aren't lean, but there must be something I can do to prevent this. Any ideas?

And please, don't give me that bullshit answer, "You gotta pick a goal, either improve your strength or your conditioning." That's a cop-out. Lots of NFL players are ridiculously strong and fast and lean.

Well, I have to say that I admire your drive and your goals, but let's look at this another way:

You're trying to compare yourself and your training to that of a professional football player. That, kind sir, is absolutely retarded. But I'll give you a free pass, just because I feel a little sorry for someone as hopelessly delusional as you appear to be. Just don't send me any of your "Elvis helped pull off 9/11" conspiracy theories, okay?
http://www.tmuscle.com/free_online_article/sports_body_training_performance/blood_and_chalk_vol_4_jim_wendler_talks_big_weight s
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