At WB Fitness we follow a strict workout and diet routine. It is designed to be brutal but efficient in making you lean, cut and looking good. We adhere to this regimen to achieve the results we desire, but everyone who spends time in the gym knows all about that day where you make it to the gym, but your mind isnt here. The music isnt working. You’re dreading that next lift. So what do you do? You’re already there, so dont waste the time. Today I’ll talk about a fun thing you can do to get your head right, get some reps in, and get back on track.
I was talking with WB about days off and how it affects you. Not just physically, but mentally The joke about how the first day you pick up the iron is the day you’re forever small has some truth in it. The other side of the spectrum is that when we miss a day, its not others we let down, but ourselves. I think all of us here can agree that we fucking love this game. As tough as it is, with the pain, the time it takes, the clean eating etc, we all keep coming back for more, but why is that?
This post is happening today due to the new WB Fitness format. My posts will be on Mondays going forward.
Have you ever thought your way into or out of a PR at the gym? Your mindset is as important as your training. You have to be in the right frame of mind to get those coveted gains, but how do we do this?
You guys get a WotW break today. One facet you read about on an number of manosphere sites is how to build confidence. Guys young and old want to be more confident in life. The conventional method these sites preach is to “fake it til you make it.” I have always had an issue with this way of thinking as I believe it is flawed. Today I’ll go over why I think “faking” your way to success is bullshit, and how you can truly build your confidence with examples I’ve used in my own life.
Last Sunday I decided to break up the usual homebody routine and decided to hit one of my good buddies up. We met up, shot the shit, and really just chilled. I was having a good time and a breather from being Dad and husband all the time felt great, but you see guys who never leave the side of their wives and kids, or worst case, they are “forbidden” to have time for themselves. These guys always have a defeated, dead look on their faces. Today go over why you should schedule solitary time and time with your guy friends away from the family.
Typically I write about things I’m going to do or am doing in my life as I lead this ship called a family. Constantly keeping myself in check physically, and mentally. Making sure I provide for them and protect them. This is all done to set an example and do what I believe is my duty in life, and to my family. Yet, sometimes the people who depend on you need guidance on how to better their own lives. Today I’ll share my experiences and how I kept family on their own path, while continuing mine. Continue reading “In Keeping Their Best Interests”
Last week we continued our new Way of the Warlord program here at A Kings Castle. This is designed to be an interactive physical, mental, and martial arts program where the authors of the site give out a two week challenge to the readers to better ourselves and become better men. Today’s post is the mid point update where we will share our questions, triumphs, difficulties, and advice.
When lifting yesterday morning I had a set of 3 x 12 incline presses I wanted to crush. That is a good amount of reps, but at 5 am it can seem like a daunting task. I ended up getting every rep but I realized I did something different before I even put my hands on the bar. I envisioned me doing the reps with ease. Today, I’ll go over how your mindset going into any task can set you up for success, and how to realign if you’re not focused enough to emerge victorious.
Whether you’re about about to make that last rep, about to get that last mile in, or 20 minutes out from completing a project, there seems to be this voice telling you that “this is too hard” and “just give up.” I’ve worked to ignore this voice and push myself harder than I ever could by grinding on and keeping things moving. To me, that is the key to overcoming your own self doubt and unreal limitations.