Is this correct?
oh yeah? my dad who was a power lifter regretted not going harder. It's worth it
oh yeah? well my dad is glad he went as hard as he did
My dad was a power lifter and he feels neutral about going hard back then
My dad worked for Nintendo and he has no regrets.
who gives a fuck what old people think, when your old its time to sit in a comfy chair and watch your grandkids and legacy continue, i bet old people wish they went harder when their body worked, in all areas of life.
powerlifting is retarded though, get big and just don't think about it
You want to be able to move around without pain as you age, anon. I do not understand why this is such a hard concept for people to understand. Yes, you don't have to go work 8 hours a day doing manual labor at 75, but if you want to mow the grass or fix something on your property then you should be able to do so. It is important to have a high quality of life even when you are old.
I swear most people on this board expect to be dead by 40 then they suffer for 20 years with bad pain and croak at 60.
>I swear most people on this board expect to be dead by 40
Of course they do, they're mostly roiders
We should all hope to be dead by 40. I still don’t understand your boomerish desire to live in a nursing home attached to wires and tubes to 108. That ain’t living. Go do shit now, take out credit card debt, run cycle, do fucking anything but hold onto to a penny jar in hopes of “one day”. Not one day, today. Do it to fucking day. And if you die in the process you at least did more than slave for someone else and come home and watch jeopardy then jack off to a sears catalog.
You will beg to keep living when your time comes and feel embarrassment that you ever wrote something this retarded and naggerdly.
Nope, I don’t give a shit. Burn it all tomorrow. One part faith for something better after, another part if I’m wrong it still doesn’t matter. Life is worth losing.
My dad works at nintendo and he says you should just not go to the gym and play video games all the time instead
Maybe hard to say. People like oly lifters and power lifters usually have to train at a higher frequency than body builders or people in mixed athletics. It might seem like they're going hard on themselves but it's part and parcel for progressing in it. If you're asking them if they wished they did something else entirely most people who lost would say "yes" most people who had sucess with it would say "no". People regret failures, sky is blue.
People feel regret when they fail to see the value in their choices. Whether it has value or not is irrelevant.
I have circumvented this by not lifting for months at a time while I binge drink 5 nights a week. Jokes on ur dad, idiot
the biggest truth nuke SwoleShack will refuse to acknowledge
tell that plebbitard that his dad sounds like a massive bottom homosexual
"I regret doing 2 reps not 4" is more poetic than "I should have fucking listened to the doctor and rested instead of hitting back the day after back surgery."
You're a fucking retard
Yeah? If you're not making money of it I don't know why you'd ever want to be a powerlifter.
Yeah. Grinding your joints to dust for no reason is pretty dumb
To be fair, most high level physical competition fucks up your body in the long term. If you don't end up reaching yoir goals because someone else was ready to fuck up their body more, it'll probably feel like it wasn't worth it.
Don't be afraid to push past your limits, but do ask yourself what your doing it for? If your goal in the long run is to have a family and toq be able to play with your kids, you might not want to even compete with the psychopath guy with no plans beyond next year.
Powerlifting is unique in how much injury/damage there is for so little gain.
Not really. The risks of injury are relatively low in powerlifting compared to something like football or hockey. But the more elite you are, the bigger the risks become.
Redditors don't think anything but consuming product is worth it
>would've gone easier on their body in hindsight
so they regret ego lifting?
wow, cool; what a devastating revelation
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