Becoming Bulletproof is more than a "physical thing". There are other variables as well. Today, I want to touch on the mental aspect of becoming bulletproof. Your mind runs the show. You will never know what you are physically capable of doing or becoming until you set your mind on your desired goal.
Remember in Becoming Bulletproof I mentioned when talking about rolling, where the head goes, the body will follow. You've probably heard this most all of your life in dealing with athletics, martial arts, or whatever. That is physical phenomenon. We are wired that way because our vestibular system, is tied to our entire body. That, and our big melons effect our center of gravity.
"Where the head goes, the body will follow." is also a mental phenomenon as well. Before you can ever accomplish a physical goal, you have to decide and choose to accomplish that goal first. In Proverbs 23:7, there is a verse "as a man thinks in his heart, so is he." If you don't believe you are capable, then you are not. IF you believe you can and will succeed, then you probably will. You must set your mind and heart on your desired outcome. If you don't believe in yourself, how can you achieve anything?
If you have a goal of becoming bulletproof, weekend proof, office proof or whatever, you must set your mind on your desired outcome. If you want to lose 30 pounds, set your mind on it - believe you can do it. Losing 30 pounds could seem like an unclimbable mountain to some people. But to the person who believes he can lose 30 pounds, that mountain becomes a mole hill. We are all good at turning mole hills into mountains, but how many of us can turn mountains into mole hills?
Becoming Bulletproof is a journey. Your physical goals, whatever they are are also journeys within your life story. If you approach your journey with the right mental attitude you will find that there aren't many mountains that you can't climb. Your daily attitude, the mental decision on how you approach each day, will greatly effect whether you see Mount Everest standing in front of you, or an ant hill.
If you have a goal, a journey you want to embark on, choose to KNOW that you can achieve it. IF you want to be successful, believe in yourself. As a man (or woman) thinks in his heart, so is he....
Today's play session looked like this:
Dead lift to catch to press with a 24K kettlebell and burpees:
1 and 1, 2 and 2, 3 and 3, ....10 and 10, 9 and 9, 8 and 8, ....1 and 1 = 100 reps of each
Farmers walks with 2-32K kettlebells while wearing an X-vest: 105 yards x 3 trips
Suitcase Carries w/ 32K kettlebell while wearing an X-vest: 105 yards each arm
Bottums Up Carry w/ 24K kettlebell: 50 yards right arm, 50 yards left arm
Overhead Carry w/ 24K kettlebell: 50 yards right arm, 50 yards left arm x 2 trips
That's all for now. Have a great day!