Saturday, August 29, 2015
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Wednesday, August 12, 2015
Regardless if you love him or hate him, Donald Trump is the ideal definition of an “Alpha Male.”
Strong…confident…and doesn’t mind getting people worked into a frenzy.
Which brings me to my point:
Guys, if you want to ratchet up your manhood…be stronger…and more confident, then you need this 10-second “Alpha Male” secret:
Wednesday, August 05, 2015
As a business owner I spend a lot of time with other entrepreneurs that are quite concerned about their physical strength and health. When it comes down to it though mental strength can mean even more.
Characteristics of mental strength
include, tenacity, grit, optimism and the ability to "fail up" or make mistakes and keep going.
Here are 13 Things Mentally Strong People Avoid
originally published on Forbes.com
1. Dwell on the Past
There is strength in acknowledging the past and especially in acknowledging the things learned from past experiences—but a mentally strong person is able to avoid miring their mental energy in past disappointments or in fantasies of the “glory days” gone by. They invest the majority of their energy in creating an optimal present and future.
2. Fear Alone Time
Mentally strong people enjoy and even treasure the time they spend alone. They use their downtime to reflect, to plan, and to be productive. Most importantly, they don’t depend on others to shore up their happiness and moods.
They can be happy with others, and they can also be happy alone.
3. Feel the World Owes Them Anything
Particularly in the current economy, executives and employees at every level are gaining the realization that the world does not owe them a salary, a benefits package
and a comfortable life, regardless of their preparation and schooling. Mentally strong people enter the world prepared to work and succeed on their merits, at every stage of the game.
4. Resent Other People's Success
It takes strength of character to feel genuine joy and excitement for other people’s success. Mentally strong people have this ability. They don’t become jealous or
resentful when others succeed (although they may take close notes on what the individual did well). They are willing to work hard for their own chances at success, without relying on shortcuts.
To Your Success,
P.S. This week marks the debut of the new
Psychology of Strength program instructed by World Renowned US Tactical Trainer Mike Gillette.
We are down to 215 physical dvd/book packages left in stock. Claim yours here before they are gone.
Tuesday, August 04, 2015
Sometimes our plateau in fitness has nothing to do with reps, sets, exercises or rest periods. In fact it can be totally mental. My friend Mike Westerdal recently had an experience just like that and this is how he overcame it.
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How to Set a Personal Record In The Gym Without Changing Your Workout
by Mike Westerdal, CPT, RKC
For many years, I’ve pushed myself and others to reach the peak of our physical performance.
I’ve carefully planned and executed sophisticated work-out and nutritional programs to ensure I reached my physical max. I left no stone unturned scraping out
incremental improvement over incremental improvement.
But one day, a while back, I hit a plateau.
I was trying to increase the weight I was benching but nothing - no changes in my diet, nor changes to my routine - would push me past my current weight.
I had yet to hit a 600 pound bench press in practice or in competition. (If you’re anything like me, you’ll know the feeling of the frustration that follows when you hit
No matter what I tried, it didn’t work.
Then one day, while waiting in a doctor’s office I picked up a psychology journal left on the coffee table. Flipping through it my eye rested on a story about pro athletes and
Right then it hit me. It wasn’t a physical solution I needed, but a mindset change.
I HAD A PSYCHOLOGICAL BARRIER.
BUT I HAD NO IDEA HOW TO OVERCOME IT.
After hearing about Mike Gillette I managed to get into one of his strength psychology master classes where he revealed to a select audience the secret mental strength techniques he’d used when training special forces and law enforcement officers.
Within hours, I was a changed man.
That 600 pound bench press barrier I’d struggled to overcome for months and months was put to the sword within days of hearing Mike’s inspirational words and following his simple, easy-to-do mindset exercises.
During the meet I felt awesome. I was so calm, yet fired up at the same time. I just felt ready and I was able to block out everything except for the task at hand.
A few weeks later, I called Mike to discuss the changes I’d experienced.
I asked him if it was unusual the amount of progress I’d made in such a short time. Mike casually said ‘no’ and that most of his students reported life-changing results
after spending just a few hours with him.
I was in stunned disbelief and I practically shouted down the phone at him…
For the first time, I’d seen that developing a tough mind was a learned skill.
You are NOT born with it.
Because of this ANYONE can become mentally tough.
No matter what your background, your ability and what stage you’re at now, you CAN increase your ability to handle every kind of stress - physical, mental and emotional -
and not let emotions control you.
You CAN have a calm and disciplined mind that gives you focus and strength when you need it most.
You CAN develop the kind of military-grade situational awareness that gives you the vital edge when you need it.
And Mike can hand the power to you to take control instead of letting circumstances get the better of you.
At last, I’ve persuaded Mike to open up his toolbox of psychological techniques and share with you the ‘insider’ secrets he uses to train soldiers, law enforcement officers
and… well, basically ANYONE who needs to develop mental toughness quickly and efficiently.
That’s why we’ve spent the last six months carefully selecting the most targeted and relevant advice for you. And we’ve created a complete step-by-step program that gets you from your ‘today’ self to your ‘warrior’ self as quickly as possible.
We’ve filtered out all the technical detail and present this incredible material in the most accessible and easy-to-follow way possible. Even if you’ve never been exposed
to many of these techniques before, you’ll grasp the concepts quickly and be able to apply them IMMEDIATELY.
I’ve seen the power of these lessons on the human mind.
I understand the confidence, the power and belief you’ll gain by learning to be mentally tough.
So let me tell you about...
The Psychology of Strength Program which gives you a practical, step-by-step blueprint to rapidly developing mentally toughness and suppress the fear and self-limiting
beliefs that sabotage your success.
It's the the world's first program designed to show how to develop a tough mind that combines training secrets from law enforcement, military, sports psychology, hypnosis, NLP and marital arts.
Psychology of Strength is available as a 2-disc DVD set complete with a comprehensive Strong Mind Manual designed
to be used alongside the presentations.
The program includes presentations delivered by the most highly respected mental strength coach in the world, Mike Gillette. In every presentation he’ll share every ‘insider’ secret and strategy he knows to help you develop a tough mind and smash records in the gym and in life.
This product just went live yesterday and we have already sold over 388 copies of the 1000 total DVD/Book sets available in hard copy format.
NEW The Psychology of Strength <---Expected to Run Out Of Inventory This Week
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I'm sure you can relate to mental barriers. Why is it that you can bench 300 lbs no problem but when you see 3 big plates on the bar for 315 lbs it feels so hard? It's not your strength, it's your head.
Why can some guys lift the weight no problem time and time again in the gym, but when the pressure is on at the meet they bomb out?
Again..it's not an issue with physical strength. The answer is to prepare yourself mentally so that you can perform at your peak
To Your Success,
Monday, August 03, 2015
Mike Gillette was one of the smallest and weakest kids in his class who grew up in a household over- whelmed by domestic violence and substance abuse.
Yet, he overcame all this to become a real life action hero.
It’s a life which includes time spent as:
*An army paratrooper
*A SWAT commander
*A member of the Martial Arts Masters Hall of Fame
*A counter-terrorism consultant to the Department of Homeland Security
*A bodyguard to Fortune 500 executives and film stars, like Sylvester Stallone, and…
*A record-setting strongman who has been featured in Ripley’s Believe It Or Not and Guinness World Records
He has over 25 different use-of-force and weapons systems instructor designations to his name. He’s been an in-demand tactical trainer for a literal alphabet soup of elite government agencies – FBI, DEA, DHS and TSA (in fact, he literally wrote the training manual for those last two).
You’d look at all those accolades and, like me, think to yourself “man, he must have been BORN a hero…”
But you’d be wrong.
You see, when Mike was a child he couldn’t have been further away from the person he is today.
He was small. He was weak. And he was afraid of EVERYTHING.
His personal story is one of weakness transformed into strength.
Because mental strength isn’t genetic. You’re not born with toughness of mind.
No. Mike developed a tough mind by dealing with what life threw at him.
He knows what it takes to go from your ‘today’ self to your tough-minded ‘warrior’ self. He understands you can
literally take ANYONE - applying his Three Steps of mastering mental toughness - and instantly improve how they deal with situational changes or a crisis when it arises.
To Your Success,
Every day, I deal with guys who spend years developing their physical strength.
They build muscles to help them look good and feel good. They dedicate hours to prepare themselves for whatever challenge is put in their way.
Many of these guys think they’re tough, that they’re ready for anything.
Here’s a wake-up call: If you think toughness is ANYTHING to do with the size of your muscles or your physical strength, think again.
ALL toughness is mental.