I hope you’re all continuing to work hard toward your goals. Remember, patience is key. I work with many athletes now, and it’s easy to see that everyone wants fast results without realizing that getting in the shape of your dreams is a consistent process.
When you truly set your mind on a plan to get in shape, you need to understand that you’ll have to make sacrifices, including less time spent with friends, family, or your significant other.
Unfortunately, the sacrifice of free time can be extremely hard for some people. Keep in mind, you’ll need to develop iron willpower because, without this, nothing great can be achieved. Making sacrifices and getting in shape isn’t easy, but it will eventually make you realize your full potential. Besides, it’s nice to realize that no matter what you’ve been through in the past, you’re capable of more than you thought. It’s all up to you, but patience is key.
I’m very excited for my upcoming guest performance at the NPC Mother Lode in Reno, Nevada. I absolutely love working with Chris Minnes who is not only one of the best promoters out there, but he’s also a friend.
Chris is always open to ideas and has no fear when it comes to trying things that have never been done before. That’s my style! So, if you’ll be around, don’t miss the show on April 7, 2018, in Reno at the NPC Mother Lode. I’m working hard to make sure I bring my best to the stage for my guest performance. I love representing the fitness industry. As always, no excuses!
I had an absolutely wonderful time being interviewed by the Generation Iron team recently. We spoke about bodybuilding and fitness, and I’m excited to see how the interview turned out. Stay tuned, and I’ll let you know when it’s online.
As I’ve said, when it comes to getting in shape, patience is key. That’s just as true with regard to staying in shape when you’ve been at it for decades. Luckily, with the great support from SAN, I can still work out hard, stay healthy, and look good at almost 40-years old.
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