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Why do I choose to compete in what is in essence a muscle beauty contest? It’s possibly from years of being the kid skinny as a rail. The kid who was terrified of every kid bigger than him, but as the son of salesman had a knack for talking a big game. . When I started this whole exercise thing, I hated every second of it. I trained out of necessity, because deep down inside I hated to lose more than I hated to train. Losing terrified me because I was coined the savior of my bloodline. I was the “smart one”. The one who was supposed to buck the trend. . After competitive athletics was over, I finally fell in love with it. I didn’t love the process, but I loved the attention. I no longer trained, I “worked-out”. There was no goal besides looking good in a tight shirt. Remember the tight polyester fellas? . For whatever reason this thing has followed me. I train for a distinct purpose these days. Yet, is the purpose much different than looking good in tight shirts? Not really. But, I’d by lying if I didn’t say that the artist in me wants to build something beautiful. . As I embark on what will possibly end up my 5th competitive bodybuilding season, I go into it with a different mindset. I don’t really care how I place, who I can or cannot beat or vindication for 2016. I’m doing it because I enjoy the process and as a crappy artist, this is probably one of the few opportunities I have to build something that may be admired for its underlying attention to detail. . These days I love the process. I over analyze everything. This down-set of incline dumbbell press is a perfect example. I know that after 20 years for training, “slangin’ and bangin’” will get me nowhere. Experience is what may allow me to be competitive with all of the genetic outliers that have popped up over the past few years. The game has changed and high mileage may be a benefit. . Why do you exercise? Why do you train?
#motivationmonday Left 183lbs right 183lbs... this isn’t a transformation post! It’s to show that you can never stop evolving and learning new ways to change your physique. Obviously I’m the same weight but my body is carrying more muscle on the right. Everyday is a day to learn and expand your knowledge on whatever it is you love to do. If you would of asked me if I knew what I was doing on the left I would of said “of course” and now a year later I weigh the same but look completely different🤔 Always stay hungry and open to learning and trying new things. If not you’re cutting yourself short✔️