- “What do we do?” – Being awesome.
- “For whom do we do it?” – For us.
- “How do we excel? – Never giving up, always working on ourselves.
Mission – Why do we exist: Maximizing happiness
Vision – What we want to be: A superhuman.
Operational planning: How do we reach the goals of our strategic planning.
Over the next 6 weeks I will complete several challenges.
http://www.twentyfivepullups.com/ – Not online yet, I just invent some numbers.
- 100 Push ups
- 200 Sit ups
- 200 squads
- 150 dip ups
- 25 pull ups
- 30 Minutes of running
I can start at week 3 at all challenges, but since I combine them I will start it simple. The pull-ups will probably be the hardest one. Since tall people are 30% heavier but only 20% stronger than small people. Nevertheless I will manage it.
Finally I will push myself to learn this.
+ I will write with my not dominate hand more.
Goals should be SMART so.
- Specific – Physical and mental improvement
- Measurable – Did I complete the challenges, can I speed read?
- Assignable – Who will do it? …
- Realistic – Sure.
- Time-related – in 6 weeks.
I dare you to do something similar.
Edit: Not realistic at all, running while building muscles is impossible. I just repeat Week 3 of these challenges now till I don’t struggle anymore. Probably shouldn’t have started everything on the same day.
The way you carry yourself is very important. When you love yourself and have a high self esteem you just walk better, move slower, head up etc.
Lifting is a great way to improve your posture. In my city the only people who have a good walk are black people. Hands down, palms are locking backwards, the hands and arms move smoothly in a rhythm with their movement. The upper body is leaned a bit backwards. The shoulders are not inverted – use more space. And the most important thing: It starts at the hips, they move their hips more when walking. I even started a dancing course to have a better stance, posture, walk. Great advantage: I am a great dancer now. Dancing is just like sex, the more confident you are the better you are.
Small trick on the side: When you are in a social situation and know everyone on your table, make sure next to you is a free space. So when a girl walks by and you talk to her you can offer her a seat and don’t have to move away.
For a man with high testosterone it is nearly impossible to become fat. And very easy to get lean or shaped.
High testosterone has many benefits like:
- Higher muscle mass
- Higher energy levels
- Improved cognition
- Decreased risk of osteoporosis
- Increased libido
- Better insulin management
Start HIIT -> http://www.shape.com/fitness/workouts/8-benefits-high-intensity-interval-training-hiit
Consider intermittent fasting: http://www.nerdfitness.com/blog/2013/08/06/a-beginners-guide-to-intermittent-fasting/
Eat more zinc, vitamin D, eat less sugar – in short start a paleo diet – http://www.nerdfitness.com/blog/2010/10/04/the-beginners-guide-to-the-paleo-diet/
You will get fitter and happier. Signing up for a gym membership and starting to lift should be considered, big pectoral muscles and a huge biceps are better than a six pack!