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Kill the beta inside you by getting bigger, faster, stronger. Part 1
It's a given that you should workout if you're a man. Nowadays you can see skinny guys or fat guys everywhere. Hell is there even something more disgraceful when you're next to a woman and your arms and legs are skinnier or fatter than hers? Or when you show everybody how weak and pathetic you are by not lifting properly aka not knowing what the fuck you’re doing therefore not building the physique that scares the betas away and makes the Stacies go wet?
Does that mean that you should be doing rep after rep after rep like an enhanced bodybuilder when you're a natural average Joe? No. Does that mean that Olympic weightlifting, powerlifting or CrossFit is the only way to become the strongest and most athletic version you can be? Again, no.
The issues with most people working out at the gym.
Know why you're there and what your goals are.
I see people at the gym I'm going to and they honestly have no idea what they're doing. They do light weights to "tone", think that everybody that lifts heavy is on steroids or sarms, they even consider heavy lifting as ego lifting. There's a difference between using heavy weights with proper form in order to get stronger aka not being a weak ass bitch and between doing backbreakers instead of deadlifts and knee crackers instead of proper squats. Use proper technique and don’t snap your shit up. If you learn how to deadlift properly then you’ll perform similar day to day tasks without risking inury, plus you’ll be able to lift heavy shit.
Repeating old habits.
You can't fucking do the same thing over and over again without progressive overload and expect it to fucking work.
While the saying "if it ain't broke don't fix it" can be applied on multiple occasions in life, the gym isn't one of them. If you've been benching the same way week in and week out and you're not progressing at all or even becoming weaker then why the fuck do you keep doing what you're doing?
Stop going to the fucking gym to stare at that hoe's ass. She's dressed like a hoe cause she's a hoe. She’s only looking for attention and validation. Don’t give your validation away for free. That hoe that's hoeing is none of your concern. You're in the gym to gain muscle, get stronger and become the best you can.
Failing to plan=Planning to fail.
If you don't have a plan you're gonna fail no matter what in life. More so in the gym. Stop relying on the basic "routines" every "personal trainer" at your local gym creates for the masses. They don't work. The average person who works out runs linear periodization, gets newbie gains, builds a dogmatic belief that linear is the only way to go. He then inevitably plateaus and claims "I don't want to get too big", "If you train heavy you're going to get injured", because that is what he CAN'T accomplish, obviously. Now ironically he gets injured because of all the muscle imbalances he develops by bro splitting forever/not conjugating. Sooner or later he quits or gets on the juice.
Use common sense.
Stop believing all the magazines or the "celebrity transformations" or the fitness YouTubers.
The majority of them are taking something that you are not. Whether that's SARMS, HRT, Deca etc. It wasn't the "lots of protein, rice and broccoli" or the "eating every two hours". Know your starting point, set short and long term goals, create a plan to accomplish set goals, be realistic about it, achieve set goals and rinse and repeat. And don’t expect to look like Ronnie Coleman or Arnold when you’re natural for fuck’s sake.
Stop wasting your time.
Stop being lazy about your physique and your goals. I know that you love hating on those that achieved something that you didn't through hard work, whether they used steroids or not they put in the fucking work.
Just because you didn't try to do it, it doesn't mean that you can't. Stop being a lazy beta loser and get to work. "Oh but it's hard and I'll go tomorrow and I'm tired from work". Shut the fuck up. Unless you're genuinely injured then you should take your fat ass to the gym and train accordingly.
It’s a Mindset.
You gotta stop wasting your time looking for the right training partner. "But me and my buddy go together to the gym, it doesn’t matter that he never lifts weights and believes that he’ll bulk up way too much if he even looks at a barbell, right?". Listen here you incompetent fuck, what are you going to do when your sorry excuse of a training partner bails out on you when it’s leg day? Or when he simps? You’re not gonna be motivated to go by yourself, right? That’s why you should primarily train by yourself and if you happen to lift here and there with somebody else then it’s not a big deal. Stop relying on others for your results and success. If you talk about having a mindset of abundance, then you gotta develop that said mindset in the gym and outside of it.
Being afraid to push yourself.
Yes you’re going to strain, yes you’re going to sweat and yes you’re going to fail. It’s about what you’re going to do when you fail. What you’re going to do when nobody’s watching. That’s what seperates the winners from the losers.
Be obsessed about improving yourself.
Make adversity your bitch and succeed.
In Part 2 I’m gonna lay down some a basic template of what I think is one of the best ways to train and achieve your fitness goals whether you’re trying to get that football or athletic scholarship, or you're training to be a bad ass in life.Read More