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    Quote Originally Posted by janeen View Post
    I'm a bit embarrassed at how light the weights were, but that just means I get to enjoy watching them progress more, right?
    NEVER be embarrassed at how light the weights are...just remember by getting out and lifting them you are lifting more than the couch potatoes out there.

    Work on form and make sure you try and add a bit of weight each session.
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    Quote Originally Posted by janeen View Post
    I'm a bit embarrassed at how light the weights were, but that just means I get to enjoy watching them progress more, right?
    I second dirlot, don't be embarrassed. First off, 75% of the people at the gym (the 3/4 that are actually lifting weights and not socializing) have the wrong technique, big time. I would rather do lighter weights correctly. And if you're a little self conscious about it, do what I do, I think "I can do ___ better than that guy".
    Most of the time, I'm saying oh yeah, you can bench 300lbs? I can squat my body weight, toothpick legs.
    If I just said LOL, I lied. Do or do not. There is no try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skorpion317 View Post
    HarrisonVal is a spambot. It just repeated what bryanccfshr posted above.
    Well, that explains it. I thought it was kind of weird. Thanks for letting me know.
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    Thanks, Dirlot and Booter. I do want to make sure my form is very good. So far, I've just been looking up lifts on You tube and then trying to copy them. Is there a better way to work on form? Would it be worth it to book a personal training session with the huge personal trainer just tO check form? Thoughts?
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