Category Archives: motivation


100 man fight resolution

Are you resolved to fight your own 100 man fight? It’s almost that time of year again, the first of the year, and you’re going to see that almost every mofo you know is going to have a new year’s resolution. The word resolution, however has lost all meaning. According to the google dictionary, resolution…

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5 Life And Training Lessons I’ve Learned From The Movie #1: “Crank”

Crank is the balls. If you haven’t watched it, or you have and thought it was crap, check your fudging pulse because there’s a good chance you’re either dead, you’ve failed at life, are an homo-erotic fairy, or all three of them. But for the uninitiated asking “What the fruit is the movie crank”? Oh,…

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Art of Aggression #5: Herschel Walker

Herschel Walker is probably one of the most dedicated, batshit-insane, competitive badasses in our day and age. You all know I wouldn’t dedicate a blog post of art of aggression to someone that didn’t deserve it, so let’s look at this half man, half awesome credentials according to the good ol Perhaps the GREATEST…

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Art of Aggression #4: No guts no glory part 1

Art of aggression: no guts no glory #1 At times I treat training like I’m going to war. War is scary. It’s unforgiving. My only aim is to survive it at any means possible. A challenge like that makes you know more about yourself. Would you rather quit, or do you dig deep and keep…

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The art of Aggression #3: An aggressive strength will never fail nor cage you

When you wake up in the morning, with eyes first opened, regardless if your sleep was peaceful or not, what do you think about? Do you wake up with gusto, or do you wake up dreading the day to come? Do you fight the day and bend it to your will, or do you let…

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Introducing you to the most insane, psychotic, and AGGRESSIVE wrestler there ever was, and perhaps ever will be. His entrances into the ring of giants were the most intense and they strike fear to the hearts of his opponents, his matches were straight to the point, violent, and you had to staple your eyelids because you…

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Fat people are taking your money

“The family from Blackburn claim £22,508 a year in benefits, equivalent to the take-home pay from a £30,000 salary. The Chawners, haven’t worked in 11 years…Mr Chawner said: “What we get barely covers the bills and puts food on the table. It’s not our fault we can’t work. We deserve more.” (1) I know this…

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Skepticism: always be a skeptic! Things AREN’T what they seem!

Now before I actually get onto this little lesson of skepticism today, I want to start off by saying that no this post is NOT going to be about or include conspiracy theories about such things as 911, the government, or amazon Babylonian women breeding with tigers to help develop our super soldiers…and no aliens…

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Get AGGRESSIVE! Just get in there and fudging do it!

AGGRESSIVE according to google is “ready or likely to attack or confront” and “behaving or done in a determined and forceful way“. Why should the meaning of that word matter to you, and why exactly am I even being bothered to talk about this today? The reason why I’m writing about this is to instil…

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A moment of weakness a lifetime of regret

We all have decisions to make in our everyday lives. There is no big or small decision. That decision in which we chose will effect us either in a positive way or a negative way. You can’t control the weather, you can’t control the current events but you CAN control how much you train, what…

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