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Anyone who knows me would agree with saying that I am old school. Proof of that are the stacks of training logs that I have accumulated over the years. While I did finally accept and graduate to using technology for tracking my training, a principle still remains: beating the log book.

This phrase comes from flipping back and looking at what you did in the prior training session in your log book with the goal of improving upon it. This basically made training a daily competition with you and the training log.

Now with technology, 'beating the log book' is still very much applicable, but usually with a quick click or swipe, you can see so much history and stats to help maximize this competition with yourself.

Of course at the end of the day, this all comes down to progressive overload, which is a key impact factor when it comes to progress. Plus it's always great to get that virtual high five!


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