A Tribute to Elliott Hulse

November 2013 was the lowest of the low. I had no money, I just went through a ridiculous break up, I was sick, my living situation wasn’t working out, and I was constantly quitting at everything hard. Essentially, I had pretty much nothing left. Rock bottom. Drowning. Whatever you want to call it. I stayedContinue reading “A Tribute to Elliott Hulse”

Warrior Wednesday: Mental and Physical Strength

Isn’t that the best quote? Shout out to Elliott Hulse for the picture. It fits perfectly for Warrior Wednesday. Think about our society today: Some of our most brilliant minds are plagued by physical weakness. A warrior is willing to die for their cause. We see this when it comes to the scientists who won’tContinue reading “Warrior Wednesday: Mental and Physical Strength”

Shortcut to Size: The Beginning and the Motivation

Strength is the foundation of everything. Discipline, hard work, sacrifice… All necessary to build a good, honorable life. Anyone who wants a less than legendary life doesn’t have to worry about the essential virtues, but this small community here on this site, we are focused on our lifelong legacy. I have found that when IContinue reading “Shortcut to Size: The Beginning and the Motivation”

Stop Arguing the Details Instead of DOING THE WORK

Fitness has less to do with the little details and so much more to do with the internal battle you must face every day. Go to any fitness site/forum/YouTube video and you will see hundreds of comments about people arguing the smallest details that really don’t matter. (You can read the best article on this fromContinue reading “Stop Arguing the Details Instead of DOING THE WORK”

What Lifters Can Learn From Theodore Roosevelt

It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly; whoContinue reading “What Lifters Can Learn From Theodore Roosevelt”