Hello Jim, I absolutely love your program and wanted to thank you for sharing your knowledge with the world. I know your a busy man and may never get around to reading this, but I figure I would give it a shot... I'm an in-shape 30 year old father working 40 hours a week (not what you would describe as an athlete, just an average guy).
I don't intend to run a 5k. I'm not interested in being a bodybuilder or a powerlifter. I really have no goal or specific performance aspirations as they don't peak my interest. What I want your opinion on is, what is the reason for me to do this?? Am I just going to be a good "worker outer"? I love lifting weights but at some point you have to ask yourself, what's the point? If you get a chance to read this, I would just like your input. Thank you.
"What is the reason for me to do this?"
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