What everybody ought to know about strength and weakness


"I'm here a week now ... waiting for a mission ... getting softer; every minute I stay in this room, I get weaker, and every minute Charlie squats in the bush, he gets stronger. Each time I looked around, the walls moved in a little tighter." Captain Willard- Apocalypse Now.

I love that movie.

That quote is from the opening scene. Willard is shown rolling around on the floor, breaking a mirror with his fist and chugging liquor straight from the bottle.

He's not in a good place.

The mind can be a heaven or a hell.

We choose.

Maybe you haven't hit "rock bottom" in your life but I'm willing to bet you've gone through rough times.

If you don't take care of your health and fitness, those rough times will be even harder to handle.

Being strong physically can help you deal with stressful situations.

That doesn't mean if you work out you will suddenly become mentally strong and resilient.

Not at all.

In fact, I know plenty of guys who build muscular bodies that are mentally fragile.

Usually they want to get big to cover up for their insecurity.

I know from experience.

I was skinny, weak, broken down.. I thought getting big and strong would automatically make me confident, intimidating and powerful.

What you can do is USE your physical training to build up your mind, along with your body.

That's the path I've been on.

Daily workouts that build you UP in body AND mind and beyond.

Want to know how I do it?

I have a program that shows you how to build yourself up from the inside out.


Learn more about it here (REBEL FITNESS)

So far, the guys on the program have said they love the variety of the workouts, and the freedom to work around their busy schedules.

Each day you get a workout option- a sort of "Choose your own Adventure"

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