Over the past 15 years, I have experimented with different training concepts and programs. All of them having the central focus of: weight training. Although I enjoy cardio and grew up being a natural runner, it is no longer my focus. Now, I want to sculpt a body that helps remind me that hard work
Are you a top-down thinker? Are you a bottom-up thinker? In other words, do you think about the target, goal, or objective before you even start? Training yourself to work from the top-down will help you mitigate the pressure of stress and adversity. Hint: There WILL be stress and adversity, regardless of what you’re doing.
Have you ever stopped and wondered, “Why do some people go through their entire life, working aimlessly like robots?” Is this their personal choice or are they conditioned to be this way? Well, you could make a pretty good argument that both of these reasons are a contributing factor. Obviously, no one wants to be
Here a quick tip (video) on how to win in the gym and every aspect of your life. Plan: Identify your goals and a desired outcome. Prepare: Gather what you’ll need in order to help facilitate your goals or objectives. Execute: Do what you said you were going to do during the planning and preparation
I am very excited about finally having this book in my hands. Hard work is always worth it, regardless of how long it takes. The Best Version of You is a self-help book designed to introduce new skills and concepts for anyone to use when they’re facing adversity, feeling lost and out of focus, wanting
I have officially signed with Xlibris Publishing (The same Publisher I used for my 1st book, Crematory.) My new book is called: The Best Version of You Although the book is in the (publishing) production phase, it still could be 1-3 months before it is available. This process usually takes some time, due to the
Happy Monday! I can’t even lie, I absolutely love Monday’s! (reference: Happy Monday) This is the first (work) day for you to execute your morning rituals. Do you know that how you start your day will help determine your level of success? Be honest with yourself and answer this question: When you wake up in
Part of being an effective leader is understanding how to lead yourself, too. It starts with managing your daily, weekly, and monthly schedule. It is called: setting yourself up to win. I use the Self Journal to validate my goals, daily and weekly. (13 weeks per Journal) If you don’t establish an agenda, objectives, and