There were three frogs sitting on a lily pad. One decided to jump into the water. Do you know how many were left? THREE! Just because he decided to jump doesn't mean he actually did it. I am categorically convinced that most of us know what to do—we are just not doing it. The Scottish philosopher Thomas Carlyle said, "Know thy work AND DO IT." The English educator Herbert Spencer said, "The greatest aim of education is not knowledge, but ACTION." If you don't know how to get stronger, subscribe to MILO. If you already have, then hop off the stinkin' lily pad already!
Editor's Note: Steve Jeck’s books, Of Stones and Strength and The Stone Lifter; and videos, Kviahellan DVD, Jeck on Stonelifting video, and Classic Jeck: The First Works CD, are available in our on-line store.
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