STAY IN YOUR LANE?
Be careful to not form your training philosophies solely around the bias that worked for you. Body types, genetics, training age, athletic history, gender, age, acidity buffering, carb sensitivity, muscle fiber make-up, limb length, etc. all create unique responses to stimulus.
Veer out of your lane. Learn something you don’t care about that might open up your perspective and potential application. It’s the only way to form lenses other than your own bias, and open yourself up to others who aren’t cut from your same cloth.
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