There are two habits that you need to be aware of and you need to develop.
One is action.
Two is execution.
Why have I chosen these habits for you?
This website is for you and I give the blueprint, but ultimately you guys decide your own fate, I just provide valuable solutions.
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Strength matters folks and you need it.
Most bodybuilders out there are weak, and I hate seeing that.
This article isn’t a rage filled post either.
The objective of this post is to remind you that strength matters and that bodybuilders need strength.
Continue reading Why You Need Strength
The squat is the king of all exercises, and fitness enthusiasts are aware of this.
That means that you must use the incredible tool that is the squat.
20 rep squats is a routine that will take your quads and glutes to the next level.
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How many people talk about the internal qualities of great people?
A common theme with the successful lifters are how focused they are.
There is a huge gap between the recreational lifter and the bodybuilder/power lifter.
The bodybuilder is into meal prepping for a meet prep.
The recreational lifters fall for the wanna be healthy crap.
Continue reading Focus on Results
I was wondering the other day why 405 was so easy for me to lift.
What I discovered was that my self talk for squatting 405 was fantastic and is plenty practical for anyone to use.
I simply treated the lift like it was just another weight.
In essence I treated 405 the way I normally treat 275, just an average amount of weight that anyone can do. Continue reading Why Self-Talk matters
This article will teach you how to make the most of your time in the gym.
In this guide people will learn what to do and what not to do.
1: Spend 30-45 minutes doing the mass builders:
A lot of people in the gym just do the pretty stuff.
This is a mistake.
For you to build the ideal physique with thickness and beauty, you need to spend the most time in the gym doing mass builders.
That means that you need to focus on squats, bench press, incline press, dead-lift, clean, and barbell curls. Continue reading 8 ways to Improve Your Time at the Gym
I have begun to reread Tony Robbins’s classic book Awaken the Giant Within, and one principle/point sticks out the most.
That principle is the force that drives our behavior which is the desire to avoid pain, or to seek pleasure.
It makes so much sense to me now that it is not even funny.
I find it hard to believe that I never made this discovery on my own.
This ties into what I call the power of necessity as well.
When you need to do something you know that you will receive enormous pain if you don’t do it. Continue reading Pain and Pleasure
What if I told you you could do a short workout with just a barbell and some 10-25 lbs on each side and torch body fat?
That sounds like something that most people would be interested in.
The average Joe, is unaware of this fat loss tool.
This tool is called a barbell complex.
Barbell complexes are great for burning extra calories and getting rid of body fat.
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Recently since I have decided to take my writing game to the next level in addition to everything else.
I noticed that I have trouble taking my foot off the gas.
This is a critical concept that needs to be taught by everything.
If you are playing it safe and waiting you will never advance.
If you do 10 push ups get 15.
It is the same way with writing.
Why should I be satisfied with 1,500 words when I can write 3,000?
My foot must never come off the gas.
I must keep pushing and stretching beyond my limits.
Continue reading Keep Your Foot on the gas