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Right now I am allowing my team members to write up some info they think would be beneficial and motivating
for you guys.
I put a lot of thought into what to make my first blog entry about and after spending all day trying to decide what to talk about I finally decided to write about bodybuildings biggest enemy, "the wall". Every day someone tells me that I'm lucky to have great genetics or they tell me that I'm obsessed, but when I tell them how I didn't always look like I do now and that they can look the same or better all I get is excuses. I don't have time, I hurt my knee in high school, my frames too small, my joints hurt, blah, blah, blah.
See what people want is some magical solution to hard work, well it doesn't exist. You have to be strict to your diet, you have to train with intensity, you have to sweat. The only way to get results is to push past your comfort zones. Everyone who has successfully undergone a significant transformation knows this. The easiest thing to do is to hit the gym and diet until it gets difficult and then just become content with the minor changes that you've made. Too many people come to "the wall" and stop, they start making excuses and then just flat out give up. Well if you're reading this I want to dare you to keep going. I want you to approach that wall and smash right through it! When things get hard, go harder! At that point you are so close to the biggest changes of your life and if you can just find the will to get past those mental barriers I promise you your entire outlook on life will change.
Written by : Jesse Archer Westburgh