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Brian Milligan

THE • UGLY • TRUTH

Anything less is bullshit.



Miha Golob

ANYTHING • ANYHOW • ANYWHERE

Take all the knowledge I can give but expect hard work to be its essence. Everything meaningful always starts and ends with hard work.

Not knowing how is a minor problem compared to unwillingness to work hard for your goals. We all reach a point when we don’t know how and need advice …but there is plenty of hard work for all of us before this happens.

You need to do the walking instead of talking or as the famous Latin proverb goes “Acta Non Verba” which translates to “Deeds not Words”.

If you want others to help you, do your walking first. Start anything, anyhow, anywhere, apply hard work day in day out.

If you are for real, your work will be noticed.

— Marck Goran Lorencin



Ian Fulton

Do not wish it were easier, wish you were better.

I am terrible at writing down an easy workout, and it is not for not knowing what is easy, rather it is precisely for understanding what easy really is.

The Majority may argue that it is my perception of easy which is corrupt or that my expectations are too high rather than argue against theirs being too low …while I believe the opposite to be true.

The Majority has absolutely non-realistic ideas of how they will transform their body and achieve long-term life-changing results, all this while believing, me to be sort of crazy for achieving those same long-lasting results via regular hard work. It is the lack of easy which bothers all but easy has never been the way forward.

Here is how things work. You show me what you can genuinely achieve when you go past easy, while I disguise everything hard into something simple. Note the difference. I said simple not easy.

Don’t get me wrong. Easy has its place in every workout plan, easy is that thing in between which helps you but not if you fail to put enough hard work in front of it.

Easy needs to be earned to be appreciated. So let me finish with how I’ve begun. Do not wish it were easier, wish you were better.

— Marck Goran Lorencin



September 2016

HOW • TO • DO • IT?

simple not easy

They have been asking me for almost 30 years now. How to do it? How to achieve something similar to my physical fitness, health and longevity of it over the years?

It is simple. Dedicate your life to it as I do. Note, I never said it being easy, I said it is simple. This may not be the answer you want but it is the one you asked for.

You just can’t fake this!

Let this sink. Think about it. Having a sincere chat with yourself is something few ever had. You need to accept who you are now, start where you are today and as I often say, stop never.

First do your homework alone. Let the commitment and your dedication do the talking before you come and ask for more on how. It should always start with YOU doing something on your own before you are able to pose the right questions.

— Marck Goran Lorencin



my friend Andy

start where you are

stop never

Don’t wait for things to get easier. Start where you are. The most important step is not your first one but the next one you make.

— Marck Goran Lorencin



from the left: Gürkem, Bojč, Dave, Gary, Rob, Kirk, Izi, Goran, Berni, Targan

There is strength, power, energy and honesty here, something we and you as well are being denied on every level for almost a year now.

Let me remind you who creates hard times yet again with words from Those Who Remainnote I replace his “men” with “human”.

“Hard times create strong humans. Strong humans create good times. Good times create weak humans. And, weak humans create hard times.”

— G. Michael Hopf, Those Who Remain

This image is to remind everyone there is more to just living through the day. More than two years passed since, everyone shown here was ready for hard times, mentally, physically and emotionally. There is no such thing as a weak mind in a strong body. There can be however be a strong mind in a weak body. We were all weak at some point, yet strength always starts with exercising the mind, by challenging self to do that which is not easy.

“This image is from the past yet about freedom, friendship and hard work when life was better. It is about good times we all miss, about living and reminding us what is worth fighting for!”

— Marck Goran Lorencin



 

defend the way

die never

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