Never be satisfied with your current level of skill or development. Always try to improve, in every aspect of your life.
What are you fighting for? Why do you do this? Answer that question and all this training and diet stuff will get easier and more rewarding.
Start bending bars and setting personal records just by opening up your mind to a few new ideas.
If you never find yourself in the suck, then you aren't trying hard enough to accomplish anything. Every worthwhile goal is found on the other side of the suck. And there's only one way to reach it: get mad, dig deep, and fight.
The gym isn't an escape from life's problems, but a way of solving them. A strong body makes for a strong person. Challenge yourself, test yourself, and grow.
This hardcore advice about training and life for young Jim Wendler might just be the same advice you need to hear right now. So listen up, get fired up, and get to work!
The barbell has things to teach you. Painful, but very rewarding things.
The first step to achieving your goal is to stop acting like a self-entitled sissy and get tough. This will put things into perspective for you.
The mind quits before the body does. You're capable of much more than you think.
To be elite in any sport, you must be willing to make sacrifices, work hard, and be unbalanced.
The world is full of enablers that make you feel good about yourself while ultimately turning you into a sucky human being. Avoid these people like the plague.
is is a piece of the puzzle that most people think they have, but really don't. It's true in the gym and it's true in the rest of your life.
Dave Tate is not a motivational speaker. He just kicks your butt into gear by telling you the cold hard truth. So listen up.
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