Stay humble, hungry and work as hard as we possibly can.. cause life can change in an instant. If you’re out there strugglin’, keep your head up cause things will get better – with faith, work and time.
My mana is my DNA that keeps me grounded and hungry. Find your “mana” and let it lead you. Inspire you… to be a little better today then you were yesterday.
All roads to success start with focus, commitment to excellence and getting our asses out of bed.
We’re setting OUR GOALS high.. cause we’re willing to be the hardest workers in the room.
As a punk kid, I didn’t know whether I was gonna succeed in life or fall flat on my pimply face, but after reading this magazine I knew one thing… I would always be the hardest worker in the room.
The wolf is always scratchin’ at the door… Be the hardest worker in the room and let him keep scratchin’.
“Become the man you were born to be.” ~ Hercules
When you see these guys stepping on the Olympia stage, many of them are into their 40s, when your muscles have matured nicely; you’ve taken care of them and you’ve trained properly and trained hard over the years. So it was trying to accomplish that type of body that was grainy, that was vascular, that was survived and had that type of look to it. It required a lot of prep—a longer prep than I’m typically used to.
When you walk up to opportunity’s door, don’t knock on it… kick that b*tch in, smile and introduce yourself.
At 13yrs old I trained in a sh*thole weight room and started to understand the philosophy… Training is a powerful life metaphor – controlling your destiny with your own two hands through very hard work.
Be willing to outwork your competitors daily. Whether you succeed or fail – it inherently makes you better by forging an iron will & work ethic that can never be broken.
Be relentless. Chase your greatness. Clean up your sweat.
And you know what the best part about those? It’s all basic. Basic training. Basic movement. Basic iron. But the key is always form. Form is everything.
At the end of the day, if you’re using poor form, you’re not building muscle, you’re not activating your muscle properly, and you’re risking injury.