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  • I get stopped in the street, like almost every day now by someone, they pull over in their car and they go, dude, I was depressed three months ago, now I'm happy because my knees don't hurt.

    我在街上被人攔住,就像現在幾乎每天都有人攔住我,他們把車停在路邊,然後他們說,夥計,三個月前我還很沮喪,現在我很高興,因為我的膝蓋不痛了。

  • So that's what I do.

    是以,這就是我所做的。

  • And again, most people buy into this narrative that maybe after 30 or 40 or 50, you shouldn't expect to have non painful knees, you shouldn't expect to have a non painful lower back.

    再說一遍,大多數人相信這種說法,也許在30歲或40歲或50歲之後,你不應該期望有不痛的膝蓋,你不應該期望有不痛的下背部。

  • And then people just talk themselves out of so many things that could give them so much longevity.

    然後人們就把自己從那麼多可以給他們帶來那麼多長壽的事情中說服出來。

  • Subconsciously people make decisions to avoid or quit certain body movements because of this pain, right?

    潛意識裡,人們會因為這種疼痛而決定避免或放棄某些身體動作,對嗎?

  • And so we don't even know that we consciously stopped running swimming, playing with our kids.

    是以,我們甚至不知道我們有意識地停止了跑步游泳、與孩子們玩耍。

  • We might have just, you know, preferred to watch netflix more and more.

    我們可能只是,你知道,更喜歡看Netflix,而且越來越多。

  • We come to think of pain.

    我們來思考痛苦。

  • Like I was educated to think of pain as something that you try to figure out how to mask that pain.

    就像我所受的教育一樣,認為疼痛是一種東西,你要想辦法掩蓋這種疼痛。

  • You think, okay, what's wrong with me?

    你想,好吧,我有什麼問題?

  • Maybe it's genetic or this or that.

    也許是遺傳的,或者是這個或那個。

  • Of course, these are factors, but your body is giving you a signal with that pain.

    當然,這些都是因素,但你的身體在用這種疼痛給你一個信號。

  • So, I look at pain way different.

    是以,我看待疼痛的方式不同。

  • Now.

    現在。

  • I look at pain as an opportunity.

    我把痛苦看成是一個機會。

  • So how crazy with this sound?

    那麼這聽起來有多瘋狂呢?

  • I wish my body was full of pain.

    我希望我的身體充滿了痛苦。

  • Wait a second.

    等一下。

  • Why?

    為什麼?

  • Because I've got over a 40 inch vertical jump.

    因為我有超過40英寸的垂直跳躍。

  • If I still had pain, that would mean I could probably get a 50 inch if I figured out why I have that pain.

    如果我仍然有疼痛,那就意味著如果我弄清楚了我為什麼會有這種疼痛,我可能會得到一個50英寸。

  • I see pain as an opportunity.

    我把痛苦看作是一個機會。

  • Oh, you're doing this well and you have shin splints.

    哦,你做得這麼好,還得了脛骨夾板。

  • Oh my gosh!

    哦,我的天哪!我的天哪

  • You could achieve so much more if you actually figured out and handle the shin splints.

    如果你真正弄清楚並處理好脛骨夾板,你可以取得更大的成就。

  • So I think of pain.

    所以我想到了痛苦。

  • It's a communication your body sending you.

    這是你的身體向你發出的一種溝通。

  • Are you telling your body to shut up or are you gonna take that communication and figure it out?

    你是要告訴你的身體閉嘴,還是要接受這種溝通並想辦法解決?

  • Mhm.

    嗯。

I get stopped in the street, like almost every day now by someone, they pull over in their car and they go, dude, I was depressed three months ago, now I'm happy because my knees don't hurt.

我在街上被人攔住,就像現在幾乎每天都有人攔住我,他們把車停在路邊,然後他們說,夥計,三個月前我還很沮喪,現在我很高興,因為我的膝蓋不痛了。

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