I love keeping a training log. it really motivates me to push my self harder when I know il have to show people my workouts, and I know for sure that I work smarter when ever its easier for me to keep track of what Im doing and have a place to write down my thoughts and bounce them off other people/get suggestions on any issues I may face
this log may be filled with injuries, excuses, and general bitching and whining about things that only I can help my self overcome.. none the less Il be writing it all here for you guys to see... for better or worse.
I want to start off by saying that Iam very open to suggestions of all sorts about diet/training/rehab/prehab/supplements etc, and appreciate input from those who are confident their advice is what I need to hear... but for me to actually take the advice it has to make sense to me and fit in with what I know works for me. it doesnt mean I dont appreciate the input, or dont respect the people giving me their time and effort to help me, I just find that feeling confident in what Iam doing is very important for my training, even if it is totally a placebo effect.
I keep my training logs more like a blog than anything, and like to let the people who follow my log in on my life somewhat so that I feel that the people reading know me on a more personal level. I find doing that creates more of online team of mental support and help than just random strangers coming in to say "good job", so feel free to post in here as often as you like, if I didnt want people to post in my training log I wouldnt keep it online on a popular bodybuilding/powerlifting forum.
Il continue to write a little more about my self over the next few days on here, so that the first few pages of my log tells people alot about myself and how I arrived at this point.