Workout or Work-in
Back in 1997, the workout bug bit me. I was hooked.
I still have the first lifting book, Big Beyond Belief, that I ordered by mail order, that taught me the ins and outs of the Bulgarian’s secret lifting system.
I would spend hours training and pushing myself. In my first serious summer of lifting in highschool, I was able to put on 30 pounds of lean mass. Not too shabby.
And in case you’re new around here, I took the bodybuilding sport to a competitive level, shaping my muscles and body, but more importantly, I grew my mind.
I no longer concern myself with how my muscles look, as long as Devon is attracted to me that’s all that matters on that front.
What I do focus on is working-in. What’s that you ask? It’s working on your mind, working in your mind. This is where real transformations occur in your life.
Even your physical workouts are more for your mind than your body. Yes, we want to get blood flow and to work those muscles and joints, but there are certain growth factors that can only cross your blood-brain barrier through physical movement.
And the better you feel, the better choices you make about taking care of your whole being.
Something to ponder.
Be unconventional - Kyle Newell
P.S-We are now accepting trial clients for our December Trinity Transformation. It begins December 1st and we can take up to 10 people per each location. If you are interested, you can reply to this email and we will set up a short call with you. Act now or you’ll miss out until next month.
P.P.S-We will be having our annual Thanksgiving workout for charity on Thanksgiving morning at 7 AM sharp. It will be outdoors due to circumstance but the show must go on. Non-members are welcome to join including out of town visitors. There is a minimum $10 donation to participate. All proceeds will be going to a local man, more details to come.
P.P.S-Our annual deadlifting contest for charity will be Saturday, December 12th. If you’d like to participate, you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org