Who do you identify yourself as?
I’ve been going through a weird little mindset whirlwind of trying to figure shit out.
It started at the end of last year, just as we were really starting to build momentum at bodhi.
The community is growing, in fact, we are up 25% from 2017 which is huge especially after being open for 8 years. My bicep is just about 100% healed and I’m back in the gym full steam ahead preparing for my return; Mr. Universe 2020. Karen is healthy now, after going through all of the Breast Implant Illness issues, life is good. What the fuck is the problem then?
It’s a weird growth phase of having all the opportunity in the world to pursue my dreams, make a positive impact in the world, and build my legacy. I’ve been here before though, almost a self-sabotage of working hard to have all the right things in place to live my best life, but for some reason thinking its too good to be true and almost finding a reason why shit isn’t right.
Who am I?
I’m an entrepreneur. Or am I a Public Figure?
I’m a coach. Or am I’m an athlete?
What’s my one thing? I’m trying to simplify my life so I can focus on that one thing to get really good at it, capitalize on it and not lose my mind in the process.
Damn, this life thing can be wild at times, but it’s up to us as individuals to master our body so we can master our lives.
I’m a bodybuilder, and fitness is my drug.
Topics in this episode:
- Karen and I commit to a 554-mile bike ride through 58 towns, across 8 counties, and all the way from San Fransisco into Los Angeles!
- Jersey Cup Classic Bodybuilding and Physique competition updates
- Chest and arm workout – AMPED Phase 1.2
- Don’t break down when you are about to break through
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AMPED Bodybuilding and Fitness Training, BODHI BY ANTHONY MONETTI, bodybuilding, discipline, Jersey Cup Classic, mindset, natural bodybuilding, project my life, self identity, self mastery, self reflection