So I look like i'm wearing a diaper, or baggy speedo, a loin cloth or even better looking like the american sumo competitor wearing my mawashi (loincloth, yes I had to look up legit name). Looking ridiculous, feeling awkward, but you know what, that's the real me.
Today's society everything is "picture perfect". Everyone post that perfect picture where they seem so happy, or got that perfect lighting, perfect angle. Or that moment with the family where everybody smiles for 3 seconds for the memory. .
I'm hitting you with back to back post because while I have fun with my alter ego @tony_getit_dunzio
the truth is its not all fun and games. I was going to post some badass footage of my new chest routine today, was excited for my new routine that @chris_puck_33
wrote for me. Did my #Project1
pinkies up chug and posted it in my story. Things were going great, then life happened. where I was planning on getting to the gym by 830 on my day off I didn't get there till 1130ish...I've only had 3meals where I should of had 5 by now. Shit got sent sideways today, hours flew by but at at the end of the day sitting here posting away I can say I won the day. "But Brian you just said you didnt hit your nutrition and you were late working out"
I won the day because the 407lb, prior to Jan 10th Brian didnt show up today. I didn't go eat my feelings with unhealthy food, didn't decided to skip the gym in favor of sitting on the couch relaxing on my day off. .
No, instead I took a dry shot of megawatt, went to the gym at probably the busiest time, and did "chest day" my most uncomfortable day because it's my weakest. I can't even say I dug deep, after all said and done, the gym is where I knew I had to go. Winning your day isn't about your day being perfect in my opinion, winning your day is not quitting and being able to truthful.
I also wanted to post this YouTube video remembering that day 1 didn't go as I planned because I tried to do a video weigh-in but broke my scale because of my weight. I kept going though. I had 0 followers but my message hasn't changed. I believe in myself now, and want others to believe in themselves!