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Episode 197: Elite strength coach Lee Boyce returns to discuss longevity training, the importance of layoffs, getting stronger in your 40s and beyond

Top strength coach, Lee Boyce, returns to the LLA show to share the results of his 2016 training goals, as predicted on episode #159, to see if Mike & Sincere made good on their predictions, explains why he is sitting in his car in “stake out” mode, as well as discusses the following:

  • The guys share the results of their training year predictions, declared on episode #159
  • Why you should never be concerned with performing better than the average person
  • What inspires at least 60% of Lee’s famous tweets & what can armchair online “strength coaches”
  • The guys discuss the benefits of longevity training
  • Why you shouldn’t worry about taking a couple of weeks off, if you’ve spent most of your life being strong
  • Why you should avoid “The Yeahbuts” & great expectations
  • Lee asks Mike & Sincere’s approach to training in their 40’s compared to their 30’s and 20’s
  • Why is strength training basically a lot of “psychological tricks”
  • Lee discusses the detriment of fitness summits and fitness professionals who cater to fitness professionals
  • What folks like Tim Ferris & Tony Robbins leave out when they boast about their 500lb+ lifts
  • The guys share their 2017 training goals

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