"Never Do Ten Reps" Tue, Oct 24, 2017
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Some of my favorite advice is actually adapted from an anonymous professional bodybuilder, who advises that “Never doing ten reps means that you never set an attainable goal and then reward yourself for achieving it. People who set a goal (ten reps) and then put the weights down to congratulate themselves upon completion will never see results and eventually quit. People whose goal is failure and complete fatigue are the ones who become monsters.”
Now, while I’m sure this was aimed directly at trying to look similar to Schwarzenegger in his heyday, it’s applicable to just about anything. Never stopping at what you think is the maximum attainable results means you’re constantly pushing yourself past what you think you can do, and building the metaphorical “muscle” up to endure more and more with each try. So whether it’s number of belts packed, calls made, photos edited, comments replied to, or actual repetitions at the gym, never stop at ten!