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    Fitness Longevity Tip: Train for Yourself, Not for Others

    Have you read the blog image? I’ve seen that sort of thing a lot. Five years after a major and restricting injury is one thing one thing, how about 10, 15, 20 years? Why work so hard on racking the weights and appearing strong (ultimately to impress others) when you are the only person with the power to preserve the one body you have? Group exercisers often push beyond the safe limits of pain (with excessive reps or weight) due to peer pressure and desire to impress others around them. Once someone sustains a serious injury, the question is, was it worth it? Were those people worth it? Or are…