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Gamer/streamer, drummer or bodybuilder/sport? Watch

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    I'm 24 and have done a bit of the 3 over the past 5-10 years but I'm desperate to find my forte and really become the best I can be at it.

    Issues with each are -

    Gamer/streamer - hard to get into the industry and be recognised although I love sitting behind my computer and playing games all day.

    Drummer - Struggle to keep myself motivated and noise issues prevent myself from having a real kit. (Play on electric)

    Bodybuilder - Again, lost motivation although I still try and eat healthy.

    Due to long work days I don't have the time to take up all 3 and as I say I'd ideally love to knuckle down on one. Which which which?
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    Do you mean, for yourself or as in a career?

    I've been powerlifting for a long time, and always been wanting to get into (olympic) weightlifting. If i had to choose something for myself from your list, bodybuilding all the way.

    Forget knuckling down on gaming man, I've grinded league so hard back in my uni days, it has never done me any good. Nothing I can be really be proud of and lots of memories gone because I decided to play "one" more game.
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    (Original post by J_Ly)
    Do you mean, for yourself or as in a career?

    I've been powerlifting for a long time, and always been wanting to get into (olympic) weightlifting. If i had to choose something for myself from your list, bodybuilding all the way.

    Forget knuckling down on gaming man, I've grinded league so hard back in my uni days, it has never done me any good. Nothing I can be really be proud of and lots of memories gone because I decided to play "one" more game.
    Thanks for the reply man.

    I meant as a hobby but I kinda agree with you regarding the gaming. Even worse for me I've got back into Runescape, ultimate time consuming grind. Might juggle the drums with some fitness then.
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    Bodybuilder, but make it weightlifting instead!! Like olympic or power, although olympic is waaayyy better
    That way, you don't need to focus too much on healthy eating as it's about what you can do, not how you look
 
 
 
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