Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition' started by ~stangzorized~, May 23, 2007.
Maybe this will help.
I always tell everyone that intensity is key. That is why sometimes its not a good idea to work out with a partner. Whenever I can I try to keep all of my rest times at a minimal.
i think its good to train with someone stronger than you , or at a level where you wanna be at tho
I agree that it is a good idea to train with a partner who is better than you, but you can also have a partner who is lazy/fucks around...
That's exactly what I was saying.
I'd go out on a limb and say that if you aren't making gains, then your diet and training aren't perfect.
i also think it's equally bad to train with people who are committed but have different training styles... my friend works out almost entirely on machines and when he does freeweights he never pushes his limit... he spots me when i need it and he's not distracting or anything... but it just sucks when i'm standing there doing squats and he's doing sidebends.. makes me feel like we aren't on the same page and then I just make fun of him for being a bitch.
that's why i work out alone 99% of the time. it only sucks when I need a bench spotter.
That's when you switch to dumbbells.