How To Become Mr Olympia In 6 Weeks
In the article I’m going to tell you about How To Become Mr Olympia In 6 Weeks. Let’s talk about how you can become the next Mr Olympia in 6 weeks. Following is a full case study explaining in excruciating detail the process of doing just that!
Really thought that I’m going to tell you about how to get yourself Ronnie Coleman’s look?
Hell no! That secret is mine to keep!
Let’s Begin The Bashing
It’s time to wake up! You can’t come to the gym and expect to become the next Arnold or Jay Cutler or I don’t know who, in a couple of months. You need to work hard. You need to work VERY hard. You need to SPIT BLOOD. And only after all that hell you probably will start seeing some descent progress.
It’s time to stop being a little girl that worries more about her belly fat than anything else in her useless life. I’ll tell you one secret, nobody gives a shit about how you look. You may be the most ripped guy in the room but act like a moron. People don’t get attracted by all that muscle that you are flexing — they are attracted by the confidence and passion you got. Now, I don’ t say being fat is cool or being weak doesn’t need to bother you, just don’t try to train only for that fashion thing and “Mr.O” look.
- Don’t do hundred reps with 10 kilo – do 5 reps of 50 kilo.
- Don’t go to those brand new shiny machines — instead do some squats and deadlifts.
- Don’t chit chat in the gym — shut the f*** up and train hard!
The 3-don’ts, remember them. Stay focused and try to break your own personal records instead of looking at that hot chick running on the treadmill (Oh yeah, it’s not easy…)!
Do It For The Sake Of It
No Bulking, no cutting, no bullshit — train to be a bad motherf***er. And please, don’t be that guy who uploads his shirtless photos on Facebook to impress the ladies. This type of shit is a disgrace to real men. Just go and lift/push some heavy weights and after that go and run until you vomit your life.
…and before we finish this topic I’d like to quote one of my favorite strength coaches and powelifter, Jim Wendler:
“Where performance and kicking ass are more important than how you look. Where people eat to live, not live to eat. Where trucks are pushed and sleds are pulled. Where reps and weight are counted, calories are not. Where running isn’t “cardio, it’s part of training and if you’re going to walk for your conditioning you best have something on your back or in your hands.”
That’s it. My rant is over, sorry it bears no actual value.