Just 2 weeks...(Prep confessions, Part I)

Only 2 weeks into prep...

You know how bad I crave other foods that aren't chicken, beef, rice, cauliflower or potatoes?? I was excited to start prep... totally underestimating how much it's going to suck not being able to eat some of my favorite foods. I WOULD KILL for some peanut butter, LIKE SHIT I MISS MY P B. But you know? I haven't cheated on this prep yet and I don't plan on it. EVERY SINGLE MEAL, I'm constantly picturing how shredded I'm going to look at the end of it. I refuse to give in to temptation. Discipline is the name of the game. & I GOT A WHOLE BOATLOAD OF THAT SHIT. I HAVE TRACTOR TRAILERS FULL OF DISCIPLINE. HELL, I HAVE A WHOLE FUCKING WAREHOUSE IN EVERY SINGLE COUNTRY FROM HERE TO TAIWAN. EVERY SINGLE WAREHOUSE CONTAINS NOTHING BUT DISCIPLINE. MY DISCIPLINE. YOU LOOK UP DISCIPLINE IN ANY ENCYCLOPEDIA, IN ANY DICTIONARY, ASK SIRI, ASK ALEXA, THEY'LL ALL SAY MY NAME AFTER YOU MENTION DISCIPLINE AND I SWEAR I CAN'T SPELL DISCIPLINE WITHOUT BACKSPACING AT LEAST ONCE TO RESPELL IT.

 

Every single meal has to be on point. Every single measurement of portion size is exactly what it needs to be, to make sure I'm in the best condition I can possibly be. 14 WEEKS OUT. I'll be damned if I don't make every training session count, every cardio session, every meal... every single day. It starts in the mind, you can do anything you believe you can do. You won't see me quit, you won't see me give in, fuck that. I'm not weak, I'm not a pussy. you won't see me back down from any given challenge and that's the whole truth and nothing but that shit. 

 

The point of this post, is.... don't start something if you have zero intentions of finishing it. You feel like quitting? Good. That means you're struggling and struggle is ESSENTIAL for growth, for progress, and to simply prove how bad you want it. SO HOW BAD? HOW EASILY DO YOU GIVE IN TO TEMPTATION? IT STARTS IN YOUR MIND. I can't fucking stress that enough.

- Don't give in to temptation.

- Don't become weak when you feel like quitting or taking the easy way out.

- Don't back down from the challenges you're going to be faced when working towards your goals.

Struggle is obvious because it's through the struggle where the real magic happens. When you're faced with struggle, it's time for you to put your war paint on, strap up your boots nice and tight, stare that struggle straight in the face and fucking hold your ground.

  1. Discipline yourself.
  2. Fight to stay strong, not to avoid being weak.
  3. Embrace struggle.
  4. Remind yourself that no matter how bad it gets, you. will. not. quit. Quitting is for losers and you're not a loser.

 

This is the first part of prep confessions. I'm not announcing these posts as I do tend to use my colorful language, but you know, I really don't give a fuck right now because I'm hungry, I'm tired and I told you this was going to be my diary. This blog is my diary and if you can get something out of it then kudos. YOU'RE WELCOME.

 

No but seriously, if you read this, thank you<3 I'm going to try and post a 'prep confessions' once a week, and again it will not be announced, so keep an eye out because honestly I think this is some of the best motivation I can give when I'm not holding back anything. Let me know what you thought!

Checking out, I'll talk to you guys later. Thank you again for the support.


Cody Jones
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