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    Amateur Status: Monday Motivation



    Neglecting one's own potential is a sin as great as any other because you are, in effect, murdering the person you could have been.

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    **** that, I got videogames to play.

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    In all seriousness, who says I need to be Hercules.

    WHy is a healthy body not enough?

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    Who's saying you need to be Hercules? Just be the optimal version of you.

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    Brah, that's a very general statement.

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    It's as specific as it needs to be. There's a shitty version of you, created by bad choices and excuses, and there's the version of you that you create by making optimal decisions that have better outcomes for the future version of you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phrost View Post
    It's as specific as it needs to be. There's a shitty version of you, created by bad choices and excuses, and there's the version of you that you create by making optimal decisions that have better outcomes for the future version of you.
    This is one of the truest, best statements on personal health. I just wish I were not so lazy and could follow it.

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    Which is the version of me that goes to practice a few times a week, but eats too many gummy bears?

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