Don’t fret just yet.
Because I’m going to school you on how to not suck, and if you already do suck, then I’m going to instruct you on how to officially “unsuck” yourself.
Now years of formal suckitude can be hard to repeal, but if you follow these guidelines, then you will have a solid foundation from which to build a new character.
So where to begin?
First and foremost, you have to physically “unsuck” yourself. It doesn’t matter if you don’t suck on the inside, because if you suck on the outside then you still just suck. Exogenous suckage must be dealt with before we can correct any endogenous suckage.
So chances are if any of the following apply to you, then you physically suck.
1. You’re fat.
2. You’re weak.
3. You’re fat and weak – the ultimate suck
Well dang, I’ve been both of those before, so I can tell you first hand how much it sucks to suck the ultimate suck.
But the good news is that I was able to “unsuck” myself, and you can to!
I’m going to offer you comprehensive solutions to your sucky problems.
Let’s first address this pesky “I’m fat” issue.
First, you must ask yourself why are you fat?
Are you fat because you suck? Or do you suck because you’re fat?
A sick irony I know. Because I was both. I was fat because I sucked. And I sucked because I was fat.
So what do you do? Simple answer – stop eating foods that suck!
The simplest solution to this is to follow my Concentrated Carb Dosing Regimen! If you haven’t gotten your copy of my free eReport on this, head over to the Colloquium (a place for people that don’t suck) and start to implement this right away. I promise that this will take care of your fat problem.
The great thing about the CCD regimen is that it doesn’t make you count calories, because we all know how much that sucks! Here’s an interview I did discussing the benefits of Concentrated Carb Dosing.
Alright so sucky nutrition is taken care of. On to the more laborious part, which entails desuckifying your training routine!
First and foremost, you can’t unsuck your training routine if you don’t know how to train in the first place. That’s exactly why I put together my Introduction to Kettlebell and Barbell Strength training eBook, which teaches you just about everything you need to know when it comes to how to pick heavy things up and put them back down, like bench pressing without your shoulders sucking, and deadlifting without sucking up your back!
So let’s say you do have a solid foundation. Now it’s time to unsuck your routine by kicking it into a higher gear. Intensity and suckage are mutually exclusive for the most part, assuming your intensity is intelligent.
Take my Force Velocity Training for example. It’s incredibly intense, yet intelligent and purposeful. It covers just about every realm of athleticism, and these workouts will pulverize you straight into manhood and out of suckville.
Catch my drift?
Try these on for size. One is an FVT Hip Dominant routine, the other a weight push up workout, and the last is a pulling and core routine.
Well being successful at something can’t hurt can it?
Now it took me a while, but I finally uncovered the formula for success, and if you apply it, then you will undoubtedly be successful in any and all endeavors.
It is as follows:
Success = Passion + Commitment + Perseverance
Let’s take a look at what success is not – (thanks in great part to my pal Cal Coolidge for making this very clear to me)
Talent – Many, many people have talent. But it is all too common to see wasted talent in this world. Talent without perseverance is worthless. All natural talent can do is give you a competitive edge. But unless you apply yourself, then your talent is utterly useless.
Education – It’s great to be smart. And you can read every “how to” book in the world, graduate Summa Cum Laud from Harvard, and have an IQ higher than Sarah Palin ( Oh, wait a minute…). But just like talent, your education is only as good as your commitment and perseverance. Wasted and/or fully unrealized intelligence is also a sad commonality in America.
Merit – Just because you deserve something doesn’t mean you will get it. Remember, success is where preparation meets opportunity.
You must be passionate about what you do.
Because intrinsic motivation > extrinsic motivation.
If you do what you do because you love to do it, rather than because you have to do it, you will experience a much greater deal of success and self-fulfillment. Intrinsic motivation fuels perseverance, and will see you through life’s often grueling trials.
So I say if there is a way to monetize your passion, then see it done.
Learn how to further “unsuck” yourself in part 2 – coming soon!