Time and time again we get stuck in a rut and give up or get complacent in thinking that we have gone as far as we can go with building stubborn muscles. You could not be further from the truth, more often than not we simply need to go back to the basics, remember what got you there. We must get comfortable in being uncomfortable…Progress is the mission! In this video I’m showing you some very basic, simple lifts that you can do to get a foundation in place and start progressing on one of the most essential muscles in our bodies…our Backs. Don’t forget to Subscribe to my page and my YouTube channel. Link Below.
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I have a new YouTube vlog up about cheat days on the ketogenic diet. I’d love it if you could listen to the whole video and tell me what you think. Do you agree with me? Do you disagree? If so, I’d love to hear what you think. Like and subscribe on YouTube if you’re so inclined. Coming up this week I’m going to start doing product reviews. I know in the past I’ve mentioned I was an Amazon Affiliate. That isn’t the case at the moment. These will be reviews of products I use regularly and like. If you purchase them I make no financial gain or compensation of any kind. I’m just telling you what I like about the product. So without further ado, here is the video:
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