With the age of social media, we’re bombarded by the lives and experiences of everyone around us. It’s difficult to scroll through Facebook or Instagram without seeing a picture or video of someone hitting a new personal record, or just having consistent successes. Social media has allowed us to present ourselves in whatever manner we please; that manner generally being overtly positive. This has created a conflict between how we see the training process, versus how the process actually is.
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