Dana White is interviewed by Tony Robbins and talks about his journey building up the UFC to the $7 billion company it is today. “This Is How I made $4.2 Billions!” Dana White delivers one of the greatest speeches ever.
Deontay Wilder knock down Tyson Fury. After knocking down Tyson Fury Deontay Wilder begins to dance in celebration. The only thing is that Tyson Fury got back up. This is a perfect example of it’s not over until it’s over.
In life we deal with many different stressors on a daily basis. Whether it’s not getting a promotion that you feel that you deserve. Not having enough money in the bank. Maybe it’s relationship or family issues. Many of us can relate to all of these different scenarios. There’s one thing that they all have in common. You don’t have complete control over these situations.
We spend so much time stressed and worried about things that in many cases someone else has to play a part in accomplishing certain things. For instance, let’s use the example of getting a promotion at work. You may have all of the credential, experience and knowledge that it takes to get that position or promotion. But if the individual who is over you doesn’t think that you are good enough or just flat out doesn’t want you to have it, you’ll just be out of luck.
What is one a few things that you actually have control over. Your health and your body. Many people may feel that this isn’t true. For instance, in the black community diabetes and high blood pressure is the norm. Even though this may be the case, you still have the ability to take preventive measures. For instance, having regular doctor’s visits. Instead of waiting until you feel the side effects of diabetes or high blood pressure, stay on top of it. Get regular blood work done. Get your body fat checked. Find out where your weight should be and get it to that point.
Outside of height and facial features, if you aren’t satisfied with the way you look you have the ability to fix those so called “flaws”. At the end of the day, this falls on you. If you aren’t successful or satisfied with what you see, it’s your own fault. It’s your decision.
Take a look at yourself. Are you satisfied with what you see? If not, what would you like to see when you look in the mirror? After you find the answers to those questions. Then find out the steps that need to be taken.
Put all of your focus into what you can control. Then control it. Not only control it, but dominate it!
With the most recent arrest of IFBB Pro Nathan De Asha, I decided to read up on the up and coming bodybuilder. I came across this article by Echo Liverpool pertaining to a 2012 arrest. What are your thoughts?
When it comes to weight loss, many people in the fitness industry have no idea the difficulty that many people have. Most likely the person that is posting content either have awesome genetics or a super high metabolism. So their fitness journey may be totally different than yours. I’m actually someone that has been overweight basically my whole life. With no help from anyone, through trial and error I have been able to figure out the formula that worked for me. In this video I’ll explain my struggles and how I lost over 100 pounds in less than a year.
Strongman is a sport where all the biggest and strongest athletes come together to showcase not only their strength, but also their athleticism. But one of the most common thing in this sport is the that the taller you are, the better chance that you’ll have to be successful in this sport. Obviously, this is the case in a majority of sports.
In the football and especially in basketball, tall people are valued more than short athletes. Even though this is the case, this doesn’t mean that shorter athletes aren’t able to be successful. For instance, Doug Flutie, Sam Mills, Drew Brees and the most recent Heisman Trophy winner Kyle Murray. Obviously, these athletes are an anomaly. They also give others that are vertically challenged the hope(even though false) of having the same success at the highest level in their sport.
There’s one sport that is literally impossible for a short competitor to be a success. This sport is known as strongman or world strongest man. Obviously height doesn’t necessarily determine how strong a person is, but the lack of is a major issue when it comes to being successful in many strong man events. In strongman, the average heights range from 6’3 to 6’8. Anything below 6’3 is considered short or better yet undersized.
Events such as the Fingal’s Fingers and the Atlas stones literally a built for the tall man. So when you have a 4’5 bodybuilder, powerlifter and strongman in Jason Owen from the UK. It becomes refreshing. The question that I have, is can Jason Owen actually successfully compete in strongman competition? What are your thoughts.
The thought of a 6’1 260 plus pound man being too small is weird in itself. But this is the reality for record breaking powerlifter Larry Wheels. Switching from powerlifting to strongman may be more difficult than this young man thought. Obviously strength isn’t the issue, but surprisingly strength isn’t the only factor in competing in strongman. Height actually is just as important as strength. With competitors averaging between 6’6 to 6’8, 6’l seems like a Gary Coleman competing against Shaq. Strongman events such as the atlas stones and the fingal fingers cater to more towards taller competitors. Larry Wheels height or lack there of maybe his biggest obstacle.
Watch Calvin Johnson’s insane 40 yard dash from NFL Combine. The Detroit Lions had no choice but to take Calvin Johnson in the first round of the 2007 NFL Draft, especially when the wideout showed up and showed out at the NFL Combine months earlier.