Late nights are where I mentally check out, smash the weights and get ready for the next day. Trying to grow everyday and keep the improvements consistent. Not tracking my food, but I'm always aware and making my mental notes. Even though no shows are planned for 2017, I can honestly say it's a relief to just wake up, woke hard, love my wife, run my business and smash the weights!!
How awesome is this? Playing with doggies while finishing up my workout. These angles though! Making me look pretty lean!
A lot of people say "I know it's me but...". There is no but. A but means that you really don't believe that you are the one who controls your life. You can understand it on a cognitive lever because you are a smart intelligent person but you don't really believe it. People who believe in the control they have over their life don't spend their time on things they can't control because from a logical standpoint it really has no sense. I'm going to use an example that I have experienced. When my grandfather passed away I was sad, and that lasted for some time. I started to ask myself why am I really sad? First of all I was sad not just because he was gone but because it was ME that has to live without him, so it is really mourning for myself. And second of all I was sad because I thought that my love for him during his life equals in tears I will shed after he passed. It's a way that we try to acknowledge the meaning someone had/has in our life. So if I REALLY believed that I can't control what happened, that I can't bring him back it wouldn't have no sense to try to do that by living in the past and thinking why that happened. Thinking and staying in the past is our way of trying to change a course of history. Because if we think hard enough and if we rewind the painful moment enough times than maybe, just maybe we will change it! It doesn't happen on a conscious level, our beliefs are placed on a deeper level. By thinking like this we only produce pain. Once I brought my beliefs to my awareness I realized that there are a lot of ways I can acknowledge my grandfathers life in a way it won't bring me so much pain. I can think about all of the things I have learned from him and living by his wise advices I can develop a new kind of a relationship with him.
El #atleta#menphysique con más de 1,75 m Victor Corrales, quien ocupo el 2do puesto de su categoría en la competencia @totalfitnessexpo llevada a cabo en el Coliseo Los Fundadores de la Universidad del norte.