People often talk about working out being “too hard” or they are “too out of shape” to go workout. NEWS FLASH… I THREW UP ON SATURDAY, and no I am not ashamed of that. This will and determination to push myself to the absolute max has been the driving force for my results for the past two years.
I encourage every one of you to take a few weeks in your training and focus all of that time on mental training . Over time your body will start to pick up the slack and your mind will go into auto-pilot. After a few weeks of pushing yourself to mental exhaustion in this “auto-pilot” mode, you will start to become more in touch with your mind-muscle connection. While you are fighting every last rep that you can muster, with every drop of sweat and fiber in your body, it is important to remember that if your life DEPENDED on that last rep… I promise you would find a way.
People often times believe that the biggest guy in the gym or the guy that can do a couple more pull-ups than you are the biggest competition. 90% of people fail to see that their biggest battle is lost before it even starts. If you do not believe in yourself, you will continue to fail.