Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Meathead Training and Time Management Secrets

Earlier this week I started a new program. The first sessions, squats, was okay. Maybe even a little disappointing. But workouts 2, 3, and 4 of this routine are awesome!

Military press, shrugs, and meathead arms (DB curls vs Pressdowns in a superset battle!).

You're using this, right?
- http://www.turbulencetraining.com/workouts/2007/april2007ttmass.shtml

Try this one (not from me, but perfect for you)
- www.mmabodyweightworkouts.com

And one more...Quick... you only have 4 minutes to train your entire body, what do you do? Answer here:
- http://j.mp/4MinTotalBodyTraining

Today's Kickbutt Mindset Tips:
I woke up early and finished 5 hours of work done before I went to the gym. It was an astoundingly productive morning. Puts me in a great mood. Here's how I get so much done:
- http://www.earlytorise.com/how-i-get-so-much-done-personal-info/

Be proud of yourself for taking action, getting out of your comfort zones, and getting closer to the business and life of your dreams. It's your life and doing the right thing is more important than what other people think or say about you. Stay strong. Get stronger. <== Share this with your friends who need encouragement today!


"I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel." - Maya Angelou

Craig Ballantyne, CTT
Certified Turbulence Trainer

PS - Looking to make a change in life?

Start with your vision. Create your vision with my helpful video here
- www.AnewAmericanDream.com

PPS - Some philosophy for you:

“It is tragic when people no longer strive for things that are unattainable; logic too quickly dupes them into believing that obtaining a particular end is more important than striving toward the end…The ultimate attainment of the goal matters not, and may even be a hindrance, for the significance of any goal comes from its ability to conjure dreams and to legitimate human strivings.” – Corey Anton

“Most people tend to delude themselves into thinking that freedom comes from doing what feels good or what fosters comfort and ease. The truth is that people who subordinate reason to their feelings of the moment are actually slaves to their desires and aversions. They are ill prepared to act effectively and nobly when unexpected challenges occur, as they inevitably will. Authentic freedom places demands on us. In discovering and comprehending our fundamental relations to one another and zestfully performing our duties, true freedom, which all people long for, is indeed possible.” – Epictetus, The Art of Living

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