For instance, put a light weight on the bench and continue to push the weight for 1 minute! Push yourself through fatigue and say to yourself if you quit then you are weak.
This is how you gain the ultimate power to not give up. Begin to toughen up the mind and body.
Also, always implement your own body weight exercises to keep you agile and lean. Do not incorporate crazy 2-hour long sessions — keep it short, hard and sweet. You can check out my intense hard-hitting sessions on my training programs to get an idea of what I do. They are available on my site.
I have accomplished many things. But the most monumental achievement is when I ed the Royal Marines at 16 years old and getting my green beret. To give you an insight on what I endured, the Royal Marines Commando training is 32 weeks long and is known to be the hardest infantry training in the world.
A more recent and big achievement of mine is launching my supplement company Devil Dawg Nutrition.
Soon enough it is going to create some serious attention and energy within the fitness industry. I tend to look closer to home with my dad being my best role model. Ever since I was young, my dad has been pushing me hard in the gym to the point of throwing up.
This type of training has instilled a mental fortitude in me that taught me that I have no limits and that I am always capable of pushing my body harder and harder. I admire his resilience especially when he faces adversity. The most challenging part is getting back in the gym and smashing it up after an injury or even just after a big weekend. So many people fall at the slightest of hurdles. If I stopped lifting, I think I would actually go insane.
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Well, my short-term goal is going to the gym tomorrow and deadlifting the weight of a baby elephant. While my long term goal is to push Devil Dawg out to the world via nutrition, clothing and some hard ass hitting gyms! My primary strength is that I never give up.
And when you never give up, you strengthen your mind which allows you to overcome whatever obstacle that you may face. Hmm, my weaknesses!? The unfathomable power it gives you, physically and mentally. Once you have had a good week in the gym you feel untouchable.
Not sure I would change too much because it is all a learning curve. The beauty of training is picking up different tips along the way and then watching yourself apply it and get better.
It is always great to learn from others in the gym. After years of training, I have developed my own formula to achieve maximum. My initial goal was to find the right exercise combination that will yield a high-intensity session that allows me to get massive and shredded. Now that I have achieved that, I would like to share my knowledge through my training workout programs and by imparting knowledge at the gym I train at. Every athlete has a different ambition and mindset.
Never giving up, so that I can become mentally stronger than what I could ever imagine possible. And that is what I believe stands out and something I would like to impart to others. Hard hitting high impact sessions and the right nutrition.
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Nutrition is an important element that provides you the power to train. That is why I started Devil Dawg Nutrition.
On top of that, I have solely dedicated nutrition tips in my training programs that will amplify your. Facebook Twitter Instagram Youtube Website. NTW consists of a team of ambitious and passionate individuals who strive to impart quality content so that our community can effectively learn and apply the knowledge to reach any goal they may have. Required fields are marked.
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