I get asked a lot, how do you stay so committed to it? How do you do this? Been doing it for... well, since I was 12, I'm now 52, so most of my life... and it sometimes is a hard question for me to answer because I've never had to deal with feelings of wanting to quit or having trouble staying committed to training or any of those things... it just was in my blood. That's what that fist or that beautiful barbed wire circle around it stands for, for us. If you're going to fight, you're going to fight for it. You're never going to quit.
I think everyone needs to have a goal. Arbitrarily doing things with no goal, you'll really never going to know if you get there if you don't have a set destination. You're going to flounder. You're going to waffle back and forth. You're just never going to really truly commit to getting somewhere.
Ron here, Lone Star Barbell Club. I come to you quickly this afternoon on a subject that is something that I deal with quite a bit personally. It's learning to accept the small victories that we have. I'm notorious for only seeing what I need to work on.
as you can see here as I go through the gym, we are an extremely well-equipped 2,100 square foot private training facility, state-of-the-art equipment, best that you can find. What we do here, unlike a commercial gym, we don't have hours of operation where people will just come in and train as they want. It is a personal training model. People come in at a designated time and they train primarily in small groups of anywhere from two to five people under the direct supervision of myself and my 30 plus years of experience helping people