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Never set limits on the things you love to do. Chase your dreams, don't be afraid to push the boundaries, and most importantly don't forget to enjoy the process💪

Never give up on a dream just because of the time it will take to accomplish it. The time will pass anyway. @christianguzmanfitness

The mind is the most important part of achieving any goal, mental change always comes before physical change👊

The best advice we can give about cutting Is that your primary focus shouldn't be about losing weight as fast as possibe or getting to (X) kg in (x) amount of months. Instead focus on maintaining as much muscle mass and strength as possible.

Cutting is not just about losing weight it's rather about maintaining as much muscle mass and strength as possible. Having the correct knowledge will result in a succesful cut and is more important than the cut itself. #weconquer

genetics plays a big role in the shape your physique takes, but do not for a minute discount the amount of work needed to grow.
If you do not know your anatomy please learn it, learn the muscles being targeted in each exercise you do, so that every workout is structured for purpose @simeonpanda

For those young lifters and beginners keep bulking and building. Don’t dip yourself into a deficit too often trying to get shredded, you will cut yourself short on overall possible gains. Keep bulking but be smart with how you bulk. You will add little bit of fat in the process to build that decent physique.


The only thing that will get you closer to your goals is ACTION. Even on your bad/lazy days remember that an inch of movement is still better than a mile of intention💪 #weconquer

Deadlifts are getting better ^^PR
Since adding deadlifts to our routine a few months ago we have both seen improvements in muscle mass, strength as well as posture.
Doing deadlifts with the correct form, will build unparalleled mass while strengthening most major muscles groups Including muscle groups responsible for correct posture and core strength.

Update on the bulk: We have both been bulking for about 8 months now, our aim is to lean bulk for 2 years with mini cuts in between when required. Our weight is the heaviest it has been and body fat is still at a decent percentage.

It's better to look back on life and say "I can't believe I did that", rather than look back on life and say "I wish I did that" Remember the greatest investment you can make is on yourself. Hope your all having a great week fam

Something we’ve lately been working on is achieving that “mind to muscle connection”. It’s a term we all constantly hear but what does it really mean? And how can we achieve it?
So to put it simply it’s all about consciously engaging the muscle your targeting by focusing on the entire range of motion. Our bodies are designed to do anything to simplify movements and make them easier, which unfortunately for us means recruiting secondary muscles to move a weight from point A to point B. Although this cannot be fully avoided it can be minimized by creating a mind to muscle connection.
Achieving a mind to muscle connection is not something that will happen overnight it does need some time but below are some tips that have helped us so far;
1) Don’t lift with your ego, training too heavy can sacrifice proper form and bring other muscle groups into play.
2) During your warm-up squeeze and hold the contraction with every rep.
3) Slow the movement down and try to maintain tension throughout the entire rep.
4) Between sets flex and squeeze the muscle your working for around 5-10 seconds

Personally, we believe that your mindset when it comes to training is just as important as the actual training, diet and recovery phase. Why? Simply because if you see yourself as a failure, you will most likely fail or hinder your progress, but if you believe in yourself and your abilities you will most likely succeed. Learn to find the positive in every situation and rather than allowing failures to define you use them as a learning opportunity.💪 #weconquer

All great goals are never straight forward and always take time. Throughout your journey of growth always remember to continue challenging yourself, maintain the correct attitude, and always stay motivated by reminding yourself how far you've already gotten👊 #weconquer

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