Why the fuck won’t people listen to me when I know what I’m talking about? I’m not an expert at everything, but when I explain the logic behind a given matter, people tend to look at me like I’m a five-year-old.

Just now, I was trying to explain to someone how to do curls for their biceps. They were going to fast. You need to go at a slow rate, inhale when you lift and exhale when you lower the bell.

Think about how fast you can inhale and exhale depending upon the weight you’re lifting. Without taxing your breathing or respiratory response, lifts should match in kind.

This then evens out your rounds and repetitions. That’s very important because if they’re not consistent, you can end up with strains or injuries.

I’m not a Fitness Instructor but I think I’m right. I’m just working from my Medical Anatomy and Physiology knowledge. Feel free to correct me if I’m wrong. I’ve just worked out this way and I know it’s worked.

This is just an example in the immediate. People still don’t listen to me when I really know what I’m talking about.

It pisses me off. To no end. Do I really sound that fucking stupid?




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