My career began in the eighties. I never found myself going to a health club, much less taking time for myself, until I was in college. I had to occupy my time between classes somehow, so one day I went to the gym. I grew up without self-discipline, confidence, or faith in myself. As a youth, I was overweight and short. In my late teens, during the first few years of my career and with the help of a few close friends, I was fortunate to have discovered three very important things about myself that changed me forever: hope, belief, and motivation.
I did not set out to be a champion bodybuilder. Nor did I really want to. But I did
hoped I could get in better shape with some hard work.
When I first stepped into a health club, it was frightening. I had two friends that
exercised with me on a regular basis. The confidence they had in me started
positively affecting my attitude and fear of failure. After awhile, I noticed those fears
I had about myself slowly began to disappear.
As I developed more confidence, I started to realize how important it was for this
change to come from the "inside out." Looking better, having more energy and
getting physically stronger are great things to experience, but what I am most
grateful for is that my heart was also changing. I felt better about myself. I had
purpose and I was doing something positive. That heart-felt motivation became the
glue that has kept me going for all these years. No matter what you do in life, if you
have purpose, and if it is good for others, life will be rewarding.
Here are a few principles I have learned along the way may help you become a true
Principle #1: Be Sold Out! Whether you are a competitive bodybuilder or just do it as
a hobby to stay in shape ? have the attitude that you are going to exercise and eat
right for life.
Principle#2: Ask not, have not! If you do not know something, ask a man/women
that you feel does. Knowledge is powerful.
Principle #3: Leave your ego at the door! Your ego is your biggest competitor by far.
The reality is, it's NOT all about you. If you think it is, you will never be a Champion
for any length of time.
Principle #4: Work-out smart not hard! Bodybuilding is about efficiency, not effort.
Principle #5: Know when to stop. If you need time off, take it. If you do not want to
compete anymore, but are afraid not to, then you are doing it for the wrong
Principle #5: Have fun. Don't be wound up like a clock all the time. Relax!
Principle #6: Put variety in your workouts. Never think your workout program is the
best. Change it up every three months.
Principle #7: Only compete once a year! If you are a competitive bodybuilder only
compete in one show a year. If you do more, you will burn out and lose valuable
Principle #8: Never compete for a trophy! If you are a trophy hunter you will never
be a true champion. True champions do it for the journey.
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