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HOB_Fly2023

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I'm 36 years old, and I've been lifting for a solid 15 years. Never competed, but I was a trainer for years and really enjoyed it. Just went through a tough divorce and custody battle that caused me become pretty depressed. In that depression and stress, I lost all motivation and energy for training. stopped lifting, eating properly, and in only 6 months, I lost a lot of progress. I am a firm believer in the benefits of muscle memory and "existing foundation", so I am looking forward to getting back in shape, being healthy, and having a supportive community again. I'm starting a journal on here and look forward to sharing and receiving advice and motivation from all of you!
 
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Glad you made it through the divorce. I’ve been through 2 of them & suffer PTSD from the second. She was scary, bat shit crazy & im being serious.
Good luck to you in reaching your goals!
 
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Been down that road once. Get back on the grind, take your time to prevent injuries. Remember, discipline is greater than motivation. Welcome to the DEN
 
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