In case you haven't liked my Facebook page, then you suck and would not have seen that I put up a link from a site that did a REVIEW on Strength, Life, Legacy. I also want to thank all you bros and chics that have mailed me and told me how much it resonated with you. I wanted this to be more than a training book. I wanted it to be something that could help people focus on strengthening their life, and who they are. A Facebook friend, Ramesh, sent me a link that has quotes from an old Indian Philosopher named Swami Vivekananda. His philosophies so closely resemble mine.
“Strength is Life, Weakness is Death.
Expansion is Life, Contraction is Death.
Love is Life, Hatred is Death.”
― Swami Vivekananda
To expand on this, I will be doing a 10 part series on being a lifter, and what each part of that code means to me, how I arrived there, and even more on why it's important not to break your own code once you make it. Both for lifting and life. I personally think this will be my best series ever for the blog.
So MENS TANKS are available now! Obviously I was wearing one in the pic from the little meet. I am NOT going to do a reorder on these because it's a "summer special" if you will. So grab one quick while you can. I sold some at the meet so I do not have a lot left. They do run a little big, however they are 100% cotton so it will shrink a LOT after a wash. Thus, I only got large, XL, and 2L. So if you need a medium, get a large because it will shrink to a medium after a wash. You get the idea.
I am working with Phil Stevens from IronRadio about doing some seminars. Phil is travelling out to California to do a 2-day seminar in a few weeks and we will start lining up clients from there. If you know or are a gym owner and are interested contact me about it and we can discuss the details. The seminar would cover squat and bench on day 1, deadlift and all assistance and conditioning on day 2.
Not a lot to write this morning because I'm behind, and I'm pouring most of my mental and creative energy into the Lifer series.
I hope everyone did something worth talking about this weekend.