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The Aggressive Strength Creed

Below is a creed that I try my very best to live my life by.

In times where I feel mentally weak or if I need to refocus, I recite this creed.

I would recommend you recite this creed upon waking in the AM and then again in the evening before going to bed.  Recite this creed with 110% BELIEF and total CONVICTION.

I explain more in this video…

LIVE this both In and OUT of the gym…

The Aggressive Strength Creed==========================

I WILL NEVER MAKE EXCUSES…

I WILL NEVER QUIT…

I BELIEVE THERE IS ALWAYS A WAY…

I WILL TAKE 100% RESPONSIBILITY FOR EVERYTHING I HAVE AND DO IN LIFE…

I WILL LEAD BY EXAMPLE…

I’M NOT AFRAID…

I WILL ATTACK MY GOALS…

I WILL LIVE AGGRESSIVE and TRAIN AGGRESSIVE…

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QUESTION –What does it mean to YOU to TRAIN and LIVE AGGRESSIVE?

How does the Aggressive Creed resonate with YOU and what you’re going for in life?? Post up your thoughts and comments below and if you feel this, LIKE the post and SHARE with others…

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  • marc

    Yo, Travis thanks for the creed . This is something I will be using daily. its time for me to live aggressively as I am changing careers at 43. Anything will help to keep me focused on my goals.

  • PETER DAIN

    Hello Travis,
    Your Creed has me fired up for my Heavy Bag Workout,my
    Granddaughter is playing Candy Crush with her Nannie on our I Pad
    so I will listen to your Video later.

    • Admin

      Nice Peter!

  • Vince

    Nice Travis, I spotted this in the back of a video you posted the other week and thought it was awesome!

    Thanks for sharing!

    Vince.

    • Admin

      Hey, you bet Vince.

      Live by these rules man 😉

  • william

    Yo, Travis!

    I agree 110% with your creed!
    Just commenced with your HC finishers.
    Beat my record of the The Bodyweight Gauntlet Sprint by 2 minutes the second time I did it!

    Aggressive or what?

    William

    • Admin

      Good stuff William

      Keep up the progress man.

  • Matt

    Hey, Travis!
    This one resonates big time. Had to make a load of changes recently: going through a divorce, moving into a shitty apartment & changing my job ( I teach kindergarten at a place where people never smile and everyone hates their job. I also had to stop going to the gym due to the unpaid overtime we are expected to put in. Like you say, I will not make excuses. I have began to amass my arsenal of strength tools to use in the park: sandbags, kettle bells, jungle gym, steel clubs, tyre sled & bodyweight are my weapons of
    choice right now. Thanks to your Bags, Bells & Bodyweight program, I’m still able to go 110 percent HAM. I was also on the verge of losing my job ( mainly because I hate the negativity in the place & I couldn’t get to the gym , which was pissing me off BIG TIME. If people put you under so much stress then I believe that they should allow you to balance it out, or am I wrong? ) but, as you say, I believe there is always a way! This is what the past few months felt like for me: I’m in a alleyway. At the end I can see a dead end but there is no way to turn back ( I’d taken the job and nobody is hiring right now so I’m stuck & I’m just getting negative feedback & I hate the job. If I lose my job I could be seriously homeless as, after my divorce, I left virtually all my savings to my ex- wife to look after my daughter. Naturally, my daughter is number one! ). I will never quit; I am not afraid ; I will attack my goals! The only way out of my alleyway is to smash through the wall at the end! I did that, of course and now have my second term but the chance to get the hell out of this job on my own terms! Live by the creed, brothers. It will help you when the shit hits the fan!

    • Admin

      Good stuff here Matt.

      I know you’ve been through a ton of shit and you’ve stayed strong!

      Continue to do so and you come out a WINNER.

      You’re always a winner until YOU choose to say you’re not.

      Keep forging ahead man.

  • PETER DAIN

    Hello Matt,
    Just writing this and knowing you want to improve your Life will get
    you on the Right Track,your Love and Devotion to your Daughter puts
    you in a Class ofTruly Great Men.

    • Matt

      Thanks, Peter!

      Appreciate your comment, brother!

  • Coach Carey

    Your Personal Life Creed is an Inspirational, Motivational Affirmation of who you are and continue to strive to be; Aiming for Your Personal Target Goals Yet to Be Achieved!! Similarly, my Personal Life Creed is (1) Be Driven, (2) Be Obsessesd, (3) Never Quit, (4) Be Your Best. Then when training, I recite the Training Mantra internally to myself: Driven, Obsessed, No Quit, Your Best!!!! The Mind-Muscle Connection reflected through Personal Mental Strength and Commitment is Integral to Ultimate Personal Success in Training and in Life!!!!

    • Admin

      GREAT stuff right here.

      Thanks for sharing.