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Dan John40 years of lessons
40 years of Insight
Dan John 
 
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40 Years of Insight, by Dan John – Tnation 9/06/2011 and9/13/2011
 
I have a box in my storage roomthat contains all my training journals. Besides sets and reps, Itoss in what's going on in my life.Often, I find long essays about thefuture, lists about "what works,"and funny little tidbits about mylife that I would've quicklyforgotten had I not wrote themdown.It hit me when I picked up this boxthe other day that I've beenrecording workouts since 1971,five years after first picking up aweight. That's forty years! Istarted to think about the lessonsI've learned and, before I knew it,I had a list of forty lessons that Ihad to learn the hard way.
 
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Lesson 1:
Keep a journal of some kind.
 
It makes me smile to see my attempt at neat handwriting in my first journalentries. The bench press workout was 85 x 8/8/4. I noted, "I was supposedto do six on the second set but it was too easy." In the summer before myfreshman year, I benched 100 pounds; my sophomore year, I benched 200pounds; and I got 300 during my junior year in track season. I would writewhat I benched as a senior weighing 162 pounds, but you wouldn't believeit.I have a few notes about my coach's son who came to our weight roomone afternoon to see if I was "really as strong as my dad said I was." I toldhim I'd already lifted and he said something that questioned my lifts. So, Iput a low 300-pound lift on the bar and it went up so fast that he told me tostop. "I believe you...wow, I believe you."The value of a journal is seeing the progress (and the regress) of your training and training philosophy. I believe a thorough review of your old journals is probably as good as a training sessio
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