You know the trope: The best friend who always gets pushed aside for some rich douche-canoe with great hair.
In the end though, the leading lady realizes that her best friend is actually everything she ever wanted. The best friend can provide her everything she needs to be the best, happiest version of herself.
“Jeff, have you ever actually seen a Rom-Com?”
Don’t be silly. Of course I haven’t.
The deadlift is your best friend.
The deadlift is right in front of us so we often ignore it. But when we look at what we really want:
-Less gym time
-Joints that don’t ache
-A great ass that makes us feel mega sexy all the time
-A lifelong physical resiliency that allows us to go on any new adventure we want
-Oh yeah, and to feel more comfortable without a shirt
The deadlift gives us these things. Once we realize that, we easily and organically fall in love with it. We realize we were wasting our time with that jerk Chad.
Chad is expensive and takes up a lot of your energy. Chad requires a lot of maintenance and attention. He often makes us feel worse about ourselves when we realize we’re not happy even though we should be. Everyone says he’s perfect after all. He gives us what we think we want. He gives us what society tells us we want. These things are superficial. Chad will never give us what we value.
Chad is cardio.
There’s nothing terrible about Chad. He’s a bit of an asshat, but he’s not a sociopath or anything. He’s simply not “the one”. He doesn’t help us grow, like our best friend can.
That’s not to say you can’t still be friends with Chad if you want to. However, the best friend will give you much more of what you need to feel awesome, confident, and complete in the other areas of your life.
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