We sit here and we talk about over training. We talk about diet. We talk about the perfect training program and this and that and this.
But olympic athletes just do it. They wake up and just do it.
I’m reminded of Sylvestor Stallone and Rocky. If you read his biography, you will note that he had no clue what he was doing while shooting Rocky and Rambo. He put his body through pain, but that pain ignited a fire on him, which came out on screen.
Now that he knows everything there is to know about exercise and diet, Mr. Stallone can stay quite ripped year-round. However, he no longer has that fire in his eyes I saw in his younger day, which is why I can no longer enjoy his movies.
The pain and suffering one goes through makes what they do more special. It’s not about doing something right or wrong. You’ll be able to figure out all that along the way. The journey is what matter. The journey will strengthen your character and show you what’s important in your life.
Do you have a goal like that in your life?
Yes you do. It’s to improve your body. It’s to get ripped. The reasoning behind this is your own. Perhaps you just want to know if you can do it. Perhaps it’s for your family – you want to be stronger and leaner to keep up with your children, to improve your sex life, to improve energy levels so that you can work harder and longer to earn a living.
Regardless of the reason, you know you want it bad. Really bad.
So how do you get ripped with bodyweight exercise? Very simple: you get out of your comfort zone.
You do something different. If you adapt to the training regimen, then it’s time to switch up your program.
If you’re ready to try something different then I recommend checking out Workout Without Weights. This is a bodyweight training guide which lists over a hundred unique movements, plus gives you a blueprint on how to develop your own programs. Click here to learn more!