so my question is, im not trying to brag here, but ive been lifting weights since i was 18 years old. i started with bodybuilding type training and never quite found a sport that suited me. now im about 40 years old and have lost all of the muscle mass i had when i was younger.
i’ve tried powerlifting, metcon, olympic lifting are these dead lifts i need to start doing? what else should be done if theres any one thing they could offer that would help me out. is it better to compete in crossfit or powerlifting?
So far I have done kettle bells which have helped me gain some strength back plus shape up my arms for nothing but atleast something
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1.9 The Lost Pyramid of CrossFit
At almost any time we can think of, we’ve heard someone start a sentence with, “Well… what I’m trying to say is… .” Yes, there’s a problem. The person is trying to be clever and make their point sound important. But the first thing you need to know about this phenomenon is that it’s nonsense and it sounds like utter nonsense. It has to do that exactly because anyone can say anything. The truth is, people who use “Well… What I mean to say…” as an opener are usually making two entirely ineffective arguments: 1) They’re wasting everyone’s time by talking gibberish (and stacking the lies), and 2) they’re attempting to divert attention away from themselves onto something else – typically by insinuating that they were offended by something someone said or didn’t say (“Hey everybody! You should understand my perspective/what I’m really saying! Forget everything else!”). You have reached the crossroads where you can take one of two paths: The Crossfit Path or the Hypothesis Path. Take your pick! There are no wrong choices here, although most choose poorly anyway. All these paths will lead you to one thing – insanity. So whether you choose with your body or your mind… ultimately none of them matter at all because both will stamp out your individuality before long anyway . Some things appear obvious but aren’t obvious at all until our critical faculties kick in. Some things need meditation for some