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Awesome idea to check in with the goals - I think it's a great reminder!

+1. I often forget what I set out to do

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Encouragement for older members: Chronologically Blessed Group;

Encouragement for newbie lifters: When we were weaker

 

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Nice work with your competition! I'm hoping to be able to start competing scaled next year and I'm a little scared. Good to see you again!

 

Thanks!  The best way to start, I think, is to sign up for a local competition, and then when the workouts are announced, try them.  If you can do them (even if you don't finish within the time cap) -- great, go compete and have fun.  If you cannot do them, let the event organizer know that you won't be there and they can give the spot to someone else.  My understanding is that most places are quite willing to refund your money if you give them enough notice that they can fill the spot.

 

Also, keep an eye on the publicity about a competition -- sometimes, the organizer will release a list of things you should be able to do.  Try those before you sign up, and you'll have a decent idea of what is coming.

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"What I lack in ability, I make up in stubbornness" -me

"Someone busier than you is working out right now" -my mom

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+1. I often forget what I set out to do 

 

Me too!  And I've come to realize, over time, that it's really hard to reach a goal when you stop aiming for it.

LRB, Lifelong Rebel Badass  ||  June 3 challenge thread

"What I lack in ability, I make up in stubbornness" -me

"Someone busier than you is working out right now" -my mom

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