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I get asked often why I train and eat like I do. Why bodybuilding? Why would you eat the same shit day in and day out? Why train to the point of nausea or fainting? Why? It doesn't make sense!

I used to think it was because I wanted to look good. Coming from being overweight my whole life that made sense,and maybe in the beginning that was the reason.

As I've continued I have realized it's the struggle. Not the struggle you hear typically of "the grind" or "suffering to be better". Just the challenge.

As humans we have something in us, most of us at least, to want to succeeded. Be it work, family or a hobby we want to be good at what we do. If you think about that though, is it just being good? Or is it looking at what you have done to accomplish your goal.

I see it all the time. Rich kids (some) who are depressed and worthless. Overweight people who's only interest is TV and food. They have no struggle in their life that produces a positive outcome. Sure they feel depressed but, that's directly from lack of struggle. They aren't challenging themselves. They have nothing to strive for.

Always try to find a rewarding struggle. Be it becoming a better father/mother. Learning to play an instrument. Improving your craft. Whatever you can dedicate time to that can produce a result you will be proud of will make you a happier person. It will be hard, you might even give up a time or two but, if you keep going back and trying again and again you will grow as a person in ways you don't even realize.
 

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I get asked often why I train and eat like I do. Why bodybuilding? Why would you eat the same shit day in and day out? Why train to the point of nausea or fainting? Why? It doesn't make sense!

I used to think it was because I wanted to look good. Coming from being overweight my whole life that made sense,and maybe in the beginning that was the reason.

As I've continued I have realized it's the struggle. Not the struggle you hear typically of "the grind" or "suffering to be better". Just the challenge.

As humans we have something in us, most of us at least, to want to succeeded. Be it work, family or a hobby we want to be good at what we do. If you think about that though, is it just being good? Or is it looking at what you have done to accomplish your goal.

I see it all the time. Rich kids (some) who are depressed and worthless. Overweight people who's only interest is TV and food. They have no struggle in their life that produces a positive outcome. Sure they feel depressed but, that's directly from lack of struggle. They aren't challenging themselves. They have nothing to strive for.

Always try to find a rewarding struggle. Be it becoming a better father/mother. Learning to play an instrument. Improving your craft. Whatever you can dedicate time to that can produce a result you will be proud of will make you a happier person. It will be hard, you might even give up a time or two but, if you keep going back and trying again and again you will grow as a person in ways you don't even realize.
"Always try to find a rewarding struggle. Be it becoming a better father/mother. Learning to play an instrument. Improving your craft. Whatever you can dedicate time to that can produce a result you will be proud of will make you a happier person. It will be hard, you might even give up a time or two but, if you keep going back and trying again and again you will grow as a person in ways you don't even realize." at the end of the day this is what only matters.
 

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I get asked often why I train and eat like I do. Why bodybuilding? Why would you eat the same shit day in and day out? Why train to the point of nausea or fainting? Why? It doesn't make sense!

I used to think it was because I wanted to look good. Coming from being overweight my whole life that made sense,and maybe in the beginning that was the reason.

As I've continued I have realized it's the struggle. Not the struggle you hear typically of "the grind" or "suffering to be better". Just the challenge.

As humans we have something in us, most of us at least, to want to succeeded. Be it work, family or a hobby we want to be good at what we do. If you think about that though, is it just being good? Or is it looking at what you have done to accomplish your goal.



I see it all the time. Rich kids (some) who are depressed and worthless. Overweight people who's only interest is TV and food. They have no struggle in their life that produces a positive outcome. Sure they feel depressed but, that's directly from lack of struggle. They aren't challenging themselves. They have nothing to strive for.

Always try to find a rewarding struggle. Be it becoming a better father/mother. Learning to play an instrument. Improving your craft. Whatever you can dedicate time to that can produce a result you will be proud of will make you a happier person. It will be hard, you might even give up a time or two but, if you keep going back and trying again and again you will grow as a person in ways you don't even realize.
I've always said it is the thrill of the chase that does it for me. Once I achieve my goals, I instinctually look for new ones, often not even realizing I'm doing it. Business is the same way. I get an injury working out and my mind shifts immediately as to how I can work around it. Got some tendinitis in my elbow, I'll tear up my mid section for a month, legs and be back at my upper body. Always the struggle. Good post!
 

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