There's always going to be a struggle between you and heavy weights.
There is always more weight you can add to the barbell or dumbbells.
Your job is to always increase the weight. That means you're going to struggle at times.
Weight lifting is not an easy task. Anyone that tells you weight lifting is easy is not lifting weights with the correct intensity.
There will be and should be times when you fear doing your next set with heavy weights.
There will be times when you just don't think you can take the pain.
There will be times when you want to just give up and quit.
Those tough times are the times you must make a critical decision — those are the times that define you as a person. What are you going to do?
Will you quit? Give up?
“Suffer now and live the rest of your life a champion.” — Muhammad Ali
When the tough times come, do you keep going or do you just give up and quit?
Everything inside you will be telling you to just give up… “You can't do it. You can't lift the weight.”
You'll only have a fraction of a second while lifting weights to make this decision.
Do You Keep Fighting or Do You Give Up? Do You Have What it Takes?
Do you keep going or give in? Do you do one more rep, or do you just quit right there?
You better make the correct decision if you want to build muscle.
Instead of the negative thoughts going through your head … you will have positive thoughts:
“I will get this last rep. I will do another rep. This is easy.”
Weight lifting separates the winners from the losers. Winners will keep going. Winners will laugh at the weights. Winners will keep going until they are making progress.
Everyone, and that means you, has what it takes to be a winner. You will succeed on this program.
You will conquer the weights. You will own the weights. You will always win.
You will step under that bar, grab that bar, perform every tough rep, fight through the reps, and you will laugh at the weights when you are finished.
This is the mindset it takes to be successful at weight lifting.
Maybe. But it works. Find your zone. Beat the weights. And build muscle.
You got to have a little ‘crazy' in you when you workout. Fight. Go for it. Do whatever it takes to win every battle in the gym.
No matter what, though, always be safe.
Every Workout is a Battle … Win the Battles to Win the War
Every time you step into the gym consider it a battle that you must win.
You will be battling the weights and pushing yourself to do another rep throughout this program.
When you push yourself to do more when your mind is telling you to stop, you win.
If you stop because your mind convinced you to stop, you lose. I don't know about you, but I don't lose.
You can't just go at the weights and fight them with no plan or purpose like so many people do. You will lose that way.
You've got to take the intelligent approach and have a plan to defeat the weights.
The weight lifting workouts you will learn about if you start using one of our programs will give you the intelligent plan you need to wage your personal war against the weights.
Yes, this is personal. Take it personal.
You just don't step into the gym without a plan. You'll have a plan each and every time you step into the gym with this program. This makes the struggle against the weights much easier and puts you in a position to win.
It's up to you whether you win or lose. If you work hard and follow the program, you will build muscle and strength.
It's very easy to slack off in the gym and tell yourself that you gave it everything you had. It's easy to stay in the comfort zone. The comfort zone equals no results. Don't fall into that trap.
Always push yourself in the gym. If you don't push yourself, don't expect any results.
Let's make no mistake here — your body does not want to build muscle. You must force your body to build muscle by providing it with the proper muscle building stimulus each and every time you lift weights.
Don't worry… you will learn how to force your body to build muscle. Keep reading.
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