My Lifting Plan – End of 2014

I’m keeping the rest of my plan pretty simple for the rest of 2013. All the sets will follow the same general drop sets/rest pause similar to Shortcut to Size. The main difference I’ll be adjusting is that I have to include my shoulder rehab into my program and also an extra cardio day. (WeekContinue reading “My Lifting Plan – End of 2014”

10 Things You Must Accept on Your Journey of Strength

1. You must dedicate yourself to your own journey. For many of you, it will only be you on your path. Sure, it’s nice to have a friend along on your journey, but you can’t rely on other people to guarantee your success. It’s hard to be alone, doing your own things, but understand youContinue reading “10 Things You Must Accept on Your Journey of Strength”

Planning Your Week For Greatness

Intentions are worthless without a plan and follow through. It is one thing to wish for greatness, and it is another to set the plan and make it happen. Some of my biggest mistakes came from a time when I was mentally, emotionally, and physiologically weak. I was easily pushed around and I lived withinContinue reading “Planning Your Week For Greatness”

Changing Your Internal Identity

When it comes to getting fit, most people think that the hardest part is sticking to a routine, eating healthy, and lifting heavy weights. Sure, those are hard. BUT the hardest thing we encounter when it comes to getting fit is battling our own minds. When I worked as a personal trainer, 99% of theContinue reading “Changing Your Internal Identity”

Shortcut to Size Review: Week 12 Final results (Before and After)

I finally finished Shortcut to Size. (Also, if you want to try this program, you can find it for free here: Shortcut to Size) So let’s just jump right into the results: Weight gain: I gained 14 lbs. Some fat, but mainly muscle. It’s a mass gaining program so this was expected. Arms: Gained 2 inches. Hips:Continue reading “Shortcut to Size Review: Week 12 Final results (Before and After)”