Train Hard, Have Fun!

Hail to the Dinosaurs!

One of the secrets of successful
training is to work hard but to
have fun. That's why we call it

Note the use of the word: GAME.

A game is something you play to
have fun. To relax. To have a
good time.

Most people don't get that. And
that includes Dinos and non-Dinos,

The non-Dinos don't get the part
about working hard -- nor do they
get the part about having fun. They
tend to view exercise as drudgery.
They don't like to train. They
"work out" (interesting term)
solely to achieve a particular
result (usually, to lose weight).
But they don't enjoy the process.
And even though they always moan
about how hard it is, they don't
train hard.

Dinos understand the importance of
hard work -- and Dinos enjoy their

The problem for some Dinos is that
they sabotage the HAVE FUN part of
the game by driving themselves crazy
about the minute details of their
training or their diet. They start
to worry themselves to death -- and
that takes all the fun out of things.

Usually, it's the result of spending
too much time reading about training
on the internet or on Facebook. Every-
one has an opinion, and all the opinions
are different, and before you know it,
you have no idea what to do, and you
end up dazed, confused and frantic --
and unhappy.

When that happens, you need to step
back, take a deep breath, and think
things through.

It's all pretty simple. Train hard
and train consistently. Don't skip
workouts. Make training a habit.

Train progressively. 

Use mind-power when you train. Use
the concentration and visualization
techniques in Dinosaur Training and
in Dinosaur Bodyweight Training.

Train your legs, hips, back and
shoulder girdle extra hard. These
are the key muscle groups for
Herculean strength and

Use abbreviated workouts.

Pay attention to rest, recovery and

Train with confidence. This stuff
works. It works for me, and it works
for tens of thousands of Dinosaurs
around the world, and it will work
for YOU.

Stay positive. Be cheerful. Cultivate a
happy mind. Don't let little things throw
you off track. And don't waste energy on
the small stuff.

Training should be the highpoint of your
day. Make it hard -- but make it fun!

As always, thanks for reading and have a
great day. If you train today, make it a
good one!

Yours in strength,

Brooks Kubik

P.S. Check out the cover of my new book,
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P.S. 2. My other books and courses are right
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P.S. 3. Thought for the Day: "A happy
lifter is a stronger lifter." -- Brooks