This slogan was popularized by Jerry Sienfeld while mocking physical bodybuilders. Ask yourself, is that really a scourge in our society? The slogan was mostly spoken by women who used to wear foam pads on their blouse shirts. Indirectly, by wearing such blouses, women like swallowing their own saliva. Can you imagine someone taking an education class or starting a new experience by saying "I'll do it as long as I do not get too successful."? Or when you go to a golf class, you say to the instructor, "Teach me to play but do not make me as good as Tiger Wood."? Do not use fear of success as an excuse not to exercise.
13. "Strength built quickly is lost quickly"
In the world of strength training, many believe that high intensity strength training can increase a person's strength quickly, but tends to be unstable and quickly fade. High volume strength exercises increase strength slowly, but guaranteed the strength that has been achieved will be more permanent in nature. This is consistent with the theory of periodization, where high intensity exercise in alternating intervals with high-volume exercises is highly recommended to gain 2 advantages at once: increase strength and make the force permanent. The result, look at those who have strength training during the year, and when they take a few months of training, they still have the strength and physical composition as before. Different with the beginners, they can not do such a thing.
14. "Quality before quantity"
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This slogan keeps the beauty of the true truth. Can be applied to all training and overall career of the athlete. Just say you can do 6-7 pull-ups, but once you want to do 3 rather than 10 sets. Most people try to add repetition (quantity) to each exercise, which usually does not give any meaning, does not make you stronger. A more sensible approach is to use lower reps (quality) - say 2-3 rep per set. Consequently you must use additional load, then gradually increase the number of your sets. After 3-4 weeks, when you are able to do 10-12 sets of 2-3 reps, try occasionally doing the same set with as many reps as you can with all-out, and you will be satisfied with the results.
This meaningful slogan is very suitable to be applied on the periodization. First, make each part of the muscle so strong (focus on the weakest part first with isolation exercises), then do the exercises that involve some muscles to work together (compound exercise). Without such an intelligent strategy, you will not have enough strength, limited flexibility and endurance. Quite reasonable, considering each part of your muscle must have optimal performance parameters before it can be used in more complex compound exercises and in other sports.