India may yet be Venezuela, Fiverr might yet alienate every loyal seller/buyer, the NIFTY may yet go below 10,000, but the one thing on top of my mind for the last 2 weeks has been…
Should I Hire a Personal Trainer at the Gym Or Not…
Personal Trainer may help correct my form while doing compound exercises - squats, deadlifts, bench presses and military presses.
You can read all Starting Strength you want, and follow all the YouTube videos, but you need someone to watch you and tell you whether you’re doing it right or wrong.
Most of the trainers at my gym are bumbling low IQ idiots who have no clue. Some are even overweight.
They see this “personal trainer” thing as a way to make money and fool the rich. They charge Rs. 5,000/month at least. Sure, I can pay that, but they are clearly not worth it.
And they do all this upselling - “Take this supplement, take that. That will give you a really great body.” Yeah, I get it.
The morons see the YouTube videos by other morons like themselves on how I make Rs. 200,000 per month as a personal trainer and think they can do it too. Idiots - it’s not about how much money you make, it’s about how much value you provide. Focus on providing value, and you will make money.
I guess I gotta self-teach myself how to lift as well.
#1: The rich are not stupid. If they are, they won’t remain rich for long.
#2: Stop lying to yourself. Be ruthlessly honest in your self-asesment. 99% of the problems in the world are because people lie to themselves and are allowed to by their friends, family, media, establishment, etc.
#3: Reality is a b!tch. It always gets you in the end.
Apparently we are not allowed to spell asesment correctly. A part of that word is banned. LOL.