That's a hard thing to do, no-one wants someone to tell them that they're wrong. I knew a man once who had so much tact that he could tell someone that they royally screwed up and they'd actually feel good when he finished. And in reality we should look at correction in a positive way, acknowledging an area of fault or weakness allows us to focus a little more and make some improvements. Of course the key here is to have some people in our lives who we respect and are actually willing to tell us when we're being dumb. I know too many people that are afraid of hurting someones feelings and say nothing.
Today's workout, pull intervals
Step, pull up, windmill, hamstring curl, step over, T, climber, biceps curl