Yo, what’s up gym rats and bookworms! It’s your boy, the preworkout warrior, bringing you a book review like you’ve never seen before. Today, we’re talking about “Cyrano de Bergerac” by Edmond Rostand. Yeah, I know what you’re thinking – “a classic French play? that’s not exactly pumping me up.” But hear me out, bros and babes, because this book is actually pretty sick.

Alright, so first things first, let me give you a quick rundown of the plot. Cyrano is this dude with a massive nose, like seriously it’s huge. But he’s also a total badass. He’s got mad rhyming skills and is basically the king of witty comebacks. He’s in love with this chick named Roxane, but she’s into this other dude named Christian who is hot but dumb as bricks. So Cyrano decides to help out the homie and ghostwrites love letters for him to send to Roxane. And of course, shenanigans ensue.

Now I know what you’re thinking – “why should I care about some old French play?” But check it out, bros and babes, because there’s actually a lot of relevant stuff in here for us lifters. Cyrano is all about being strong not just physically, but mentally and emotionally too. He’s confident in himself and doesn’t let his appearance hold him back. Plus, he’s a straight-up word wizard, which is kind of like being a verbal powerlifter, you know what I mean?

But beyond that, there’s some real romantic stuff in here too. I know, I know, some of you are rolling your eyes like “ugh, feelings, gross.” But trust me, bros and babes, this is some swoon-worthy stuff. It’s all about loving someone for who they are, not just what they look like or how much weight they can lift. And let’s be real, isn’t that what we all want at the end of the day? Someone who sees us for who we are and doesn’t care if we’re not perfect?

So yeah, “Cyrano de Bergerac” might not seem like the most obvious choice for a gym rat like me, but honestly, it’s got some serious gains in there if you’re willing to look for them. Plus, it’s a classic for a reason – it’s just plain good.

And now, before I go slam some protein and hit the squat rack, I want to hear from you guys. What did you think of this review? Have you read “Cyrano de Bergerac”? And most importantly, what did you lift today? Let me know in the comments, bros and babes!

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