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Death in itself is a morbid point of conversation to bring up for most. It’s one of those elephants in the room that no one wants to talk about beforehand, but when it occurs no one is ever ready. Obviously, there are exceptions such as if someone dies unexpectedly from an accident, cancer, or a random disease. Regardless, life is part of death, and death is part of life. It’s a cycle that has existed since the beginning of time. The moment you left your mother’s womb, you have an internal timer that is counting down your days. Every morning...

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Most of us have an unspoken reason for pushing ourselves to our limits over and over again. A reason that strongly resonates with them. For some, it’s an outlet, a challenge, an adrenaline rush. Others find it’s a way to channel aggression, a form of therapy or meditation, a way to calm their demons.So why do it? For many, it’s a necessity. It’s become a mindset - a conscious choice to destroy ourselves for the better. To tear ourselves down, rebuild, and do it again with more intensity than the day before. Life can be chaos if you allow it. Why not take...

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When talking with a new client or lifter - whether for strength, conditioning, athletic performance, or general fitness - one conversation continues to come up. “I’ll never be like (comparison)” ”I could never do (comparison)” And they’re right, to an extent. The current version of yourself can’t hit that PR, run that race, or lose the extra pounds. Comparisons get in the way. Excuses, past failures, sometimes even a lack of self-confidence can sabotage even the most dedicated of people. Great news! This is normal. You’ve heard this before: If it were easy, everyone would do it. There is an...

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What will you do when motivation starts to decline? We all have a goal in mind – get stronger, push boundaries, break through plateaus, and become the best version of ourselves. But success leaves a trail, and what separates successful people from the pack is finding discipline when motivation fails. Motivation is external and temporary. Granted, a brief burst of inspiration can be the catalyst, but it’s critical to build toward the long term. Discipline is internal, and more importantly, indifferent. Discipline means doing what needs to be done, regardless of how you felt when the idea was fresh in...

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There are so many imposters out there..everywhere. In a digital ridden age, it quickly gets difficult to decipher real from fake, true from false, clarity from clouded. The reason? Because being true to yourself and the image you produce may have a longer growth curve than from those who develop an online façade. Quality results takes time, time takes effort, and effort requires energy. These are all things that many refuse to sacrifice in order for themselves or their businesses to grow. Getting better at Jiu Jitsu takes years, decades even. The same can be said for inside the weight...

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