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Dragon Ball is one of my all-time favorite cartoons

Watching Goku train and eat to become the strongest warrior in the universe, always motivated me to start working out on my own.

And if you’re anything like me, I’m sure you too would like to look jacked and badass like a Super Saiyan.

So that’s why, for this Musclecast episode, I decided to talk with the real life Goku.

And today, he’s going to spill the senzu beans on how to break your skinny-fat curse and building an acro-athletic “X” physique.

Get ready to transform.

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For me, strength training was a life saver.

You see, for the most part of my life, I didn’t have a single ounce of self-confidence.

It all started when I was a scrawny kid and my peers would taunt me because of my lazy eye. Each remark/joke about my birth defect made me feel like I was something less. The jokes, and the negative self-talk that spawned from that, would chip away at my self-confidence levels.

So by the time I was in high school, any sign of self-worth I had, was washed away like tears in the rain.

Without any self-confidence armor on me, I was left open to attacks—I was bullied, frowned upon and humiliated, even by some teachers.

While others were enjoying the life and doing what normal teenagers do (socializing, first kiss, partying, etc.), I was locked in my own prison, wondering if life was worth living.

Things looked grim, until one day, I came across an essay called “Iron and the Soul”, written by Henry Rollins.

It was this essay that inspired my interest in strength training and to become the strongest version of myself. I could say that this essay saved my life.

Every time I read this, I feel this strong urge to go bench press a bus or squat with a boulder on my back.

If you need some motivation in your life, then I urge you to read this.

This essay by Henry Rollins was originally published in Details Magazine in 1994.

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Build an Iron Chest

The Pushup That Builds Maximum Muscle

by Dejan Antic | Follow Dejan on Twitter

Beach muscles.

A mighty chest, shredded abs and sleeve ripping arms.

Every guy’s dream.

I mean, just imagine how many looks you’d get from the ladies, if you sported those beach muscles.

And not only during the summer.

That button popping chest and the sleeve ripping arms are sure to attract looks 365 days a year, guaranteed!

So, to help you grow your beach muscles, today, I’m going to show you the push up that builds maximum muscle.

And this type of push up is especially effective for forging an iron chest.

What’s the super-duper push up?

Read on to find out.

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Here’s a shocking statistic.

92% of people fail to achieve their New Year’s resolutions. [link]

That’s bad, really bad.

And you know who’s to blame for this?

Our brains.

You see, your brain likes to play tricks on you. Your brain is going to use every trick up its sleeve to make you save energy. All in the name of survival.

Anything that’ll require some work and effort to do–like reaching your fitness goals–the brain is going to fight tooth and nail to stop you from wasting energy.

So, it’s you, wielding the little dagger of self-control against your brain, who uses a machine gun.

Seems like a futile fight, right?

Well, not quite.

Today, I’m going to share with you proven psychological principles you can use, to outsmart your brain and reach your fitness goals–or any other goal for that matter.

Keep on reading.

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I love Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

As a kid, I’d wake up early every morning to catch an episode of TMNT before going to school.

I loved everything about them.

Their chiseled physiques, athletic stunts, fighting skills … everything.

So it comes as no surprise that I wanted to be big and strong, just like one of them. Unfortunately for me though, I just didn’t have the know-how on how to do it.

But after watching the new TMNT movie, I think that I finally have it figured out.

Now I know what it takes, to become big and strong, just like a Ninja Turtle.

All you need to do, is follow the 5 key muscle-building lessons I learned from the movie.

Want to know what the lessons are?

Read on to find out.

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