Bicep Beast Terry Crews on the Importance of CONSISTENCY: The Best of Mike Chang’s Six Pack Shortcuts Youtube Videos (Part 16)

It’s been awhile since I posted an update here, but I wanted to highlight this video of Mike Chang talking training with Terry Crews. Terry is a former NFL football player who is perhaps best known for his appearances in Old Spice commercials. The guy is jacked, no doubt because he’s been training hard and smart for a long time. In this quick video, he shares some all-important advice that most people gloss over and fail in their pursuit of fitness as a result. Check it out…

You might be thinking, “it can’t be that simple,” but it is that simple. It really is.

Listen. Strength training isn’t rocket science. In fact, we’ve known for a very long time how to get bigger, stronger, and leaner. People have been doing this for millenia, and the process has been narrowed down in the past few centuries and highly refined in the past several decades. We’ve got it down to a science now. Unfortunately, there are a lot of quacks out there trying to take advantage of what people don’t know, and so there’s a lot of confusion about what works – or worse yet – what works best.

But the reality is that you don’t need the best training program to build strength, build muscle, and burn fat. You just don’t. And the sooner you accept that, the sooner you’ll be ready to get to work and actually start seeing some results instead of dancing around the subject. What you need to do is identify what’s truly important to you, set some goals, and then find a program or mentor/guide to help you get there. Six Pack Shortcuts could be that program, and if you think it might be, then check out my full Six Pack Shortcuts review to get all your questions answered. Or, maybe Six Pack Shortcuts isn’t right for you, and that’s ok, too.

Regardless, find something that will allow you to work towards your goals, and that you think you will have an easy time complying with. If you don’t have an hour to train every day, then don’t buy a program that requires that. If you don’t have and don’t want a gym membership, then don’t worry about it. There are plenty of other options out there. Maybe it’s bodybuilding or powerlifting or CrossFit or bodyweight training. Ultimately, which program you choose doesn’t matter. It’s what you want to do that will enable you to succeed. Figure out what you want to do – what you’d love to do. If you can figure out what you’d do for physical training just because, then you’ll have a winner on your hands and you will finally start to succeed.

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