Lessons From A Life With The Iron

When it comes to your training and nutrition knowledge, I always say it’s not the years but the miles; the wear and tear you experience teaches you what you need to know. No one pushes the iron for a number of years without a few nicks and scratches along the way, especially if you’re the type who pushes your limits and tests your mettle.

I’ve always thought of myself as a student. Once I started teaching at a university level, it was an odd experience to be on the other side of the classroom for the first time. However, I found myself the student once more, trying to convey formal knowledge, personal experiences, and a sense of genuine interest (for the students and myself). Always learning, indeed.

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