This was 1 week out from Ecuador. And right now, I'm 1 week out from Gator Classic.
Competing IS about going for the win, riding above everyone else, and walking away a champion. That's not how it started for me.
It started because of a girl 😅😅😅, BUT it became A MUCH more meaningful step towards self improvement.
Bodybuilding does take extreme amount of discipline, dedication, self motivation, and drive. You have to WANT to bodybuild, not just an average Joe that works out occasionally and eats like an asshole. Not just someone who has a decent physique and wants to show their body off on stage. Not just someone who wants all the fame and glory that comes with bodybuilding 🤣😂🤣😂🤣 (spoiler alert: there really isn't much)
To me, it completely changed my life. It made me mentally stronger. It taught me I can do anything I genuinely focus on and do not allow distractions to interfere. I CAN push beyond mental and physical limitations. And, most importantly, I can do it all by myself.
Bodybuilding is not for everyone, but anyone who wishes to challenge themselves should try it
This weekend, I'm going up on stage again. I know what my ultimate goal is. My "Me vs Me" has already been completed, and I've proven I can continue to push beyond my limits.
Now it's "Me vs Them"
I plan on putting one hell of a fight.