Again We Will Rise

It's been an awfully long time since I've been on here posting anything! Honestly, life got in the way. And training always comes before talking about training, so I did just that and have been making great progress. I have a competition coming up in under 7 weeks now and I'll be bringing you all some more content before then. While I certainly don't know everything there is to know about Strongman, I have been learning a lot and I think that there is enough interest out there that I should try to share some insight when I can. The sport of Strongman is often quite antagonistic to what is generally considered good health.  We all must keep in mind that either you're going to burn out really quick in this sport, or you can be smart and learn how to maintain longevity in strength sports, which should also translate into better longevity to your overall life as well. With that being said, I will attempt to explore this concern more often in the content that I deliver, not only for my own sake, but also for the sake of anyone else interested in having a long and successful run at their passion. Strongman is a sport that takes well over a decade in order to develop into a well-rounded athlete without destroying your body in the process. And if you ever do make it to a respectable level, you still will only have a few good years before you need to start winding back. I do follow a lot of powerlifting as well and I would have to say that the same can be said about powerlifting, although the body might be able to hold out a bit longer at the top in powerlifting. Either way, you still have to be smarter about training, recovery, nutrition, and balance. And that's what I will try to keep in mind as I continue to bring you all more content. Thank you to those who expressed interest in me continuing to post more information.

 

Fortissimus