17 Burst results for "Louis Simmons"

"louis simmons" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

05:34 min | 2 weeks ago

"louis simmons" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Lately. Oh i usually don't do that. But i've been listening to joe rogan a little bit again hot. Yeah i'm kind of sweating on hand. I've been listening to Lex friedman like. I always like lex friedman. I catch him on youtube here and there but it just wasn't really i don't know i just don't dive into the other apps that often but anyway i listen to him He had a short piero. A great episode. You guys should listen to. I think you'd dig it. I'm going to go. Wooten guessing goes along one right. Yeah yeah yeah. They talked about all kinds of shit. They talked about fasting and they talked about aliens. And they talked about george saint-peres career and all that kind of stuff it was it was really get. I just love how people fitness or trashing fasting. I love it. It's really funny to me. But it's cool. George saint-pierre talked about how his friends think that he's an alien 'cause he's like he doesn't eat that buddies jacked. You know so i don't understand i remember. When he was on rogan he was saying that he thought he got abducted by aliens though. Wait really yeah. Because he would like he. Has these like times in his life where he just can't remember what happened like he'll just black out and then all of a sudden it's like the next day or some shit like and he's like yeah. I think i can't do his accent. But you know rogue makes fun of them all the time and it'd be like you know. I think it was aliens. And he's the fuck are you talking about. Damn yeah i mean. Hey hey trip yeah. Well aliens are real. They're out there. Yeah maybe that's why. Gsp's the greatest. Maybe that's why he doesn't need eat. His insights have been reorganized and he can digest here. It's probably on that seema plan you'll fasten be mad weird man. I'm still surprised. I haven't lost so much weight and muscle right. It's it's it's so crazy to me. I love it too. Feels good if you wanna get really big. No i think. I think that you know if you're if you're getting your calories in and you're getting your protein in a really shouldn't be a lot of reasons why you're going to lose weight. I think i think people use just think that you wouldn't be able to digest or be able to utilize those nutrients if you packed them all at once. And i guess i could speculate that that might be true for some people especially People who maybe don't have a history of having a great appetite. Maybe they don't have a great appetite because when they started to eat a certain amount their bodies like hey you had enough and maybe they don't literally don't need more at that point but someone who does have a great appetite like us. Yeah maybe their bodies. Like i mean i think your body has like it has needs and wants for like salt and for you know to get certain nutrients in every day and The amount that you would probably Amount that you would probably like need to consume to survive is probably different than the amount that you want But you know we kind of have we got some pretty good resources you know you could just cook up like two pounds. Stake three pounds steak and so there's the think considering that there's no reason to really lose weight if you can plow through two pounds of steak i mean i don't really see how you're gonna be losing way and again. It's just like you don't have to do it right. But if you can get your amount of calories and half your day let's say the latter half year day. I think you're perfectly fine. You don't have to fit in food in two or three hours like talking about here right but if you can get an all your calories within that period i see no detriment to it. You know even if you're bulking even if you're bulking if you can still do that it might be easier to spread it out and that's okay too but if you can fit into a small window fit into a smaller window tried out. See how you feel. I like it because it's Really convenient for me you know. I don't want to be eating all day. And we're here at work doing shit and not feel productive and i don't wanna be slow down with food. Sometimes it feels good eat food like yesterday. Eight some stakes. Why why are we were kind of kicking it for a little while but normally my just kind of keep he plowing on through it. You know you change your you know you you learn over the years to change your mindset towards certain things i used to be so rigid about. There's this way to train. You know you how if powerlifters they need to do You know this specific style of training and you have to go heavier every week and you know i used to start my training a lot of times with Five by five. And then i would you know. Move the weight up each week. And then i would lower the reps and then i would lower the sets and then i'd get kind of get down to a point where i would do one set of one sort of deal and then i might build back up one more time than i might compete or something like that And then i later on learn about the conjugate system which is like complete. Couldn't be any more different than that. And i was like. Look at how many people are strong doing this. Like what's the deal with this. Are these guys so strong. And how are some of these lifters. What i was interested in with the west side stuff was not only how strongly were but how they were surviving There were so many many lifters that competed and that we're doing westside barbell. Method that we're doing it for like a decade or longer and they were still really healthy and with people that i know who trained in different ways. They like weren't able to do it anymore. They were like banged up and stuff. And so i was like i think this louis simmons guy. I think he's got something going on so i had to kind of change my mindset. I keep my mindset. Open i to change some of my principles.

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"louis simmons" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

03:50 min | 2 months ago

"louis simmons" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Wouldn't even wanna be here if the stats looked good on these. But they look so scary bad. It's really upsetting when you see. How many kids in their teens are having knee surgeries and shit and who have been forced and are in the weight room. Not allowed in now there. That's the only reason i'm doing this. If if the stats weren't there that this shit was horrible. You know Knee replacement is at like seven hundred ninety thousand last year and now the in the in the latest american academy of orthopedic surgeons. They're predicting it to now. Four x over the next decade. hey. I'm predicting my profit to go up as well. I don't know you. I want my business to survive. So there is no like american academy of alternative. You know what i mean like. There's no respect. It's not part of the city. It's the medical is respected and then the alternative is like somehow like this. Rogue disrespect innovate. So that's why i'm doing this. The stats are the stats are horrid. The stats are really bad. For our knees in direct relation as we see in populations with restricting knees over toes. And then you look in certain cultures where they don't have that restriction and they're doing a lot better with their needs sound fan of many different types of motions and and and bodyweight exercises and and then progressing onward into utilizing some wait. What are your thoughts on something like a wal heavy. Use that in your practice at all or is that a torturous exercise. Yeah i don't because i don't find that it prioritises that lower quad and i guess i guess i find that people are already stronger in that position than they would be like. I guess if someone's going to say i want to wall so i would say okay. Turn around face. The wall get those needs is now hold. Hold that position for if you are going to do the like at least for every set of all sit right set of reverse waltz it. There could be a game changer for sports. Teams sounds horrible. But it's just but it's just be good. It's just be good at both of them. You see what i'm saying because these aren't getting hurt in this position. He's getting hurt in this position. And if you look at acl and people talk about all this analogous look at a land. Like you're you're when you do landing where the fuck is you're gonna go and if they can't go over your toe it goes in And so we see a direct relation when people do like step down test if they can't go near veto so again. We don't have testing on the exercises. There's no paul step up study or peterson's death there should have been these things produce gold medals. They saved athletes. But we know it's right there. In science the weaker you are with more likely to terrorists. Remember years ago in the nfl. They eliminated a cowboy. Collar tackles that's where you you drag the guy down by the back of his jersey jump on his back and pull them down and the reason they outlawed. it was because of the running. Whoever had the ball in that particular instance was in a really compromise position and again so like a kind of back. That scenario of louis simmons saying you should be able to wake somebody up in the middle of night bill to go run if they're an nfl Running back maybe. Maybe you don't practice like this particular mobility all the time or maybe you don't Get yourself in all these different positions. But if you don't possess the ability to get those positions you're gonna end up with a career ending injury just from somebody tackling you in some weird way otherwise you could have avoided it if you had the mobility. There's actually if you bring up. A video chat aches Falling from a squat. Chad had tremendous strength and tremendous Tremendous flexibility he falls with this huge squat and it looked like he died but he was totally fine. I actually finished had that happened. Sometimes where you would see almost a near identical thing to jordan of guy like saving it the audio on this he screams. It's fucking while this is actually abf senior nationals. That stronger faster was also filmed.

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"louis simmons" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

Just Fly Performance Podcast

08:27 min | 7 months ago

"louis simmons" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

"Sprint each time. or May I increase your vertical? Quite one each time or you gain two and half distributes time it adds up over time and that's my philosophy I want I think. That's like it frustrates bypass these kids along and they plan to go backwards because if I can get them it this a little bit better each time. Gosh eventually good athlete I had I had a poor athlete. This cat was a hundred is a freshman young guy. But he jumped fifteen inches and he actually helix squad hundred pounds and he ran in a fly time he ran a one point three nine. And he proved slow. He'd proved me point a one time, and now it's been about a year just thirty inches he vision during his name from a one three nine to one to fly time and the squad went from one hundred to two forty and that's about its weaknesses or was the weakness yet poor clouds and loot science attack those big lose every week. And then jumped up kept jumping jumping insperity whiteness technique make sure to contact was high his Pasha's correct. click a last week just dropped about each about when ten to one or two. Students. I really like the emphasis on especially, just going back to what you said about the glue, the forty, five ham and stuff like that. I think so often and I've had a few conversations. A lot of the show is kind of heading into the exercise categorization realm right now, and it's like the first thing all these coaches just want to just start swabbing just get in and squat but. That's not. It's it's is squat fester. Tell me what's wrong. It creates it creates it creates force but also it tells me where I need to direct like Dacas had on my podcast he said the Russians use special exercises that were similar to the regular was is a little different. That's Louis Simmons to. Fix. The main exercise and that's hi that's how I share the hills of the sprinting jumping. I use US also exercises not anak regular swap is something that helps. Forty five degree batteries that will help. Their spring jumping. Also all the everything is GP for sprinting jumping. A Get caught up in the get craziness there lifts squat the Jason whisk good chase the but those are assessed risks to a softball or spreader. Have to remember what? They do this. This is a side Gig for them. This is the site. But. They do it just to get better to sport. That's the key you always got to come back to sprinting for. Sure. So going into your syllabi, your system. So one of the things that really intrigues me about what you do, I'll see the videos you post, and it's not just fly tens meters yard. It's uphill fly ten downhill fly ten. You've taken something that I really love about what you do is you've taken that like west side like slightly alter the motor program or even bonder chuck the outdoors eighteen pound hammer just slightly different. So the sixteen, right just these little tweaks that are allowing your athletes to pr all the time. Could you explain like how you kate how that system kind of formed up and then what that looks like in the course of two three, four weeks of training. As question now, everybody knows I do county assistant. And people think the Communist system is basically rotating intensities. Exercises. And that's the country rotation and do just lifting one day. We lose them says this. Law Combination do the same thing for too long you alaric and get better. And that apply to not lifting. It applies not it defies the dropping to and spreading. That's come up with an idea. I think. I was years and years ago I would sprint straight flatland. On track. And it will give good results but I found that they would plateau and that's the reason I think that is. When you're moving through space again, it's spreading. Mass. Pacific prison most force. Against Rosemont of time in mask After while your body gets used to that mass your bind. Longer becomes effective. If you trade with the same weight in a Barbell, you no longer can get better at it. You'RE GONNA get it's going to get easier. And you're still has the same aspire to seven time. Grammy actually forces the body. So I think you have modalities you have to rotate spirit modalities are used up till sprinting grass us down, Hill sprinting. I use sleds. I use ankle weights there's a there's a company called Mile Movement technology. We'd sleeves and stuff. And I use I use combinations. I choose ankle weights late best up till downhill but we also regular sprint. Probably, fifteen twenty percent of the time. 'cause we use a lot of contrast. But. That's how you hack the code of the body I. Think I. Think the body the body scared go faster. It's ago as trying to stay normal at eight changed so you have to force change by changing the Dowdy gravity there's breaking forces you gotta work the loops a hamstring requires it flexes and regular sprinting can't do all those things. So for like will everybody starts using lows uphill. To. Work on solution technique. And proper frontside mechanics. And automatic that's use that because. When I when my kids the sled. They can run as fast as we can, but the slightest slowing them down so much to get less eccentric loading. But yet the brain can think they can think what positions they need to be in. And that slade won't move enlist there on fourth I get a Lotta hills strikers. I mean about sixty seventy percent of the kids get because they're not track athletes render their heels a flat mid flits so they can't run on that interim forefoot. Honest when it so that right there tricks their their mechanics, they have shoes frontside mechanic through with his low levels, ingrains formal, and I can. So I can cue them AS Roma's slipped slowing down, they could think and make changes. So high speed. It's an animal like brain you can't happen so fast. So after that I kind of moved into what contrast Disa- flatlands running can accuse carryover. And the. Do then and then be Jews. Go Pill. and I time everything to ally. We want to see what we have records everything. We have a record for the slab record with a slight fly sledding the ten. We have record up till. We have record up till in Kuwait's was best. We have record downhill records flatland. We have flatland at the fly ten by twenty, five, thirty with a flatland ten firsthand. I twenty first thirty. Meters the. So we have now using when they might not break all the records and this is the West I think. If they can bring one of those records once or twice a month. They're happy. Yeah. You know I have a kid that he might not get first one. But. It may hit. He'll get faster and flight five, ten, five he's had. In might not record record up till. It may be downhill. Then I come back to the flat sprints. He's better because I've changed the body is never it never can. Never to adapt makes it untapped betterment with me? So that's how I do I kind of rotate in the back in the day I used to actually do downhill right and Mike for Championship or a Combo. To over speed and I believe that the. Ten Complex. The body is actually in fear of the her. So Al. you. Can do the right to the right lifting right by metrics you into the rights-led sprinting and do the right speed with maximum. Body might be scared to.

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"louis simmons" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

01:37 min | 11 months ago

"louis simmons" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Tons of books on his own method. Obviously the west side, method and also there is A. Called period -Ation Bible part. One and two, which is written by Dave Tate and it just it's a summary of everything that the westside. BARBELL system is and how to do it, and all that stuff so I think we covered it I think we hammered it pretty good. We talked about the Max effort. Work the dynamic effort work, the repetition effort method you're going to you know, do A. Lower Body workout once a week, a heavy upper body once a week and you're also GONNA follow up those workouts with speedwork for both the upper body and a lower body, and then mixed in after your main movement of the day your main intent of the day you're. That's where you're gonNA. Throw in all the bodybuilding stuff. All the accessory assistance weak point training. Type of thing so. I thought it worked out pretty good. Yeah, I think will not affect, but like I like. Louis Simmons called a West side Westside barbell book of methods. That's that's for sale and its extensive and it goes deep. He wrote it so if you want to get it from the source, it's their online. You could purchase it. Under percent. Money! Awesome gets ready to get out of here. Ready to get on out of here, make everybody for today's episode. Thank you the Piedmont's. Episode for more information on them and the slingshot, which is at Mark belling shot dot com. We talked a lot about it today. check the YouTube description, facebook,.

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"louis simmons" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

The Joe Rogan Experience

11:27 min | 1 year ago

"louis simmons" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

"I mean again early earlier materials just to nowhere near enough. Our member. A member sort of went off My wife's a meal plan that she had and she wasn't even training annals a meal that she was meant to be having the meal meals that she was not even trying if you work in law had obviously training and doing all that China. I'm trying to stick to the time that she's been to lose weight on. You know what I mean. So it's yeah that's what I'll do you know what sort of the Duma delights and that's when the staffing fictions always common. Yeah Yeah so when you say. You're working out three to four times a day like how do you break up your sessions to someone? Is someone dictating what you're going to be doing for the day? And you have someone who plans out your workouts. You must make some pretty much the same but obviously you can have your your like. That's the thing Joe mccutchen. No one has been in the news so he knows when I'm not on you know he knows when something happens so those before nomex flight there was a you know. I don't want to miss transitions. You know what I mean so I'm GonNa go there but they could see us rundown and that's when the injuries can happen and that's when you can get sick and all these top stuff. They pulled me up and as much as I didn't want all I'll be right. I didn't let me try that. Not and have the day off and honestly the next day the next issues after that also fly and maintain perfect again at the Tom. Lock you now. Don't WANNA I don't WanNa feel lucky. I feel like I'm not working hard enough. You know Mainzer I sorta have always eh thinking but then the next day it just made me even works so much out and not done the V. Two Mexican wrestling session absolutely killed. You know what I mean in that. Just announcement last week of training and I just finished a perfect. Luxottica brought them picking. Obviously that's why you structure to peek in our week. At and that was you know who is perfect. As with the nutritionist. That shows you the value of having a real professional that and particularly someone who really knows you knows like you're not GonNa Slack off. You're you're you're a guy who's GONNA go balls out yet. So if you're tired like that sums up in so many coaches or somebody fighters rather don't have a coach like that and so they will over train and they'll come into a fight beaten down and it's It's unfortunate it really is the one percent and you'll sign with the mental coaches and all that luck. I just think there's so many places that you could really really you know work with and I think that all will hoping in that one percent now. How much of your campus dedicated to strengthening conditioning? How many strength conditioning sessions? I'll do anywhere from a two to three two hundred. I'm doing yeah. Yeah two to three week and we'll kind of stuff. Are You doing Again US thought by mid performance. So they come on board because I used to get a lot of the name of it by mid by mid year performance so they deal with a lot of athletes. They do Rugby League teams. And all that SORTA stuff it was A. That was a game changer for me because I was having a lot of problems with my back before I saying this was before tremendous so there was even times in mockery wells. I think in on what after like give this up like after the I'd just like I have a bulging disc. Spurlock GET OLDER. Sciatica down the leg at the Tom. I just thought you'll see much worse in a war zone. It was mentally getting and you know just to Lonzo tell you which one was but allow one so. I've got a couple of but I even went to a specialist and tell me that to give it up on waivers just something that he has to say lucky to cover himself. Negative always say that they told me to give it up and again Ozo- already mentally getting me and then I had these guys come board. And they're locked in the four eighty percent of people literally have oh gender and don't worry onto leaders to your foot stays letting you like drags on all sorts of stuff from the SCIATICA or you can't control your bows. That's when we'll start kick start shitting yourself titus dot maybe do the sewage real something like that so this is sort of again trying to get in my head and really sort of just let me Sort of smash mentally as well so they started giving me think line again. I'm pretty good at this type of stuff so I'm our wars. They got me into on a mad program. They built a strength program specifically for my body. You never would. I do fighting and all that so it's absolute game changer. Don't have problems now. We're not ice to feels. Tom Are always having luck anyway. From fourteen weeks to not try and before a fort like okay let's yeah or constrain Kennedy also next to nothing in between the flat and then literally haven't six weeks to do so you're trying to recover. Well just just charms run pain. Yeah so I'm a back we'll go and then I'll have two weeks off. Try to get back into. It will happen again. And also in these flat four weeks straight and then told them fighting and then do came and be like. Oh six weeks to get myself ready. Do you do any spinal decompression or anything like Now will not not a lot of. It's just again hip mobility and all that again. So a Lotta Times. I do a lot of mobility before I do sessions and stuff like that. That really does help. We've we've what I'm doing yet. I want you to try this this thing. This teeter decks. It's this thing you you climb into. It's real simple. You put your legs behind it almost like a leg curl and then you lean forward and as you lean forward all the weight is just decompress on your back particularly your lower back. It's fantastic for it. It feels so good do after every work. I do two things for my back. That are really big. One is a thing called the reverse hyper used one of those now that luck with Iran thing that now that's another one that's hip glued string thing the The reverse hyper machine. That was created by Louis Simmons from Westside Barbell. It's like a flat bench. You climb your upper body up on the bench and then you hook your legs into this thing and you lift your legs up and then you let them drop down as it. Drops down at decompress is okay as you lifted up. It strengthens comes from this guy. Lewis Simmons. He's a powerlifting legend and he had a back injury and they were they were trying to do surgery on and he was like well. What's it from there like? It's from compression? He's got to figure out how to decompress it so he figured out this machine. That created active decompression. I have one out here I swear by I love theirs. Are Their chosen. How IT WORKS OKAY. So when you lift up. Don't stare I do this. When you lift up it goes up and then when it lives down it actually pulls the back and decompressing feels great. Pull that video that right there you can see it if you watch that video you could see. That's Louis. He's a fucking character. He's a really Wild Guy. But so see how it's going down that thing pulls your back down so what I'll do is on the up. It strengthens the back muscles and a real unique way. So what I'll do is. I'll do that and then after I do that. Then I'll decompress with the decks. That's the decks. That's the thing right there. Cc climbing to that thing and then see how. She's got her hands on those handles. Let go of that and it just all makes your lower back like give it to you to try out here. You'RE GONNA climb in there you're gonNA go on man. It's a love it one at home. I swear by it fucking swear by this thing. Yeah look into heaven that because your own body weight is like pulling your spine apart and de decompressing. It just relaxes everything very nice. Yeah well that's a well again. It's just you you need. These unanimously knowledge is getting. We've everything you know. The knowledge is out there. So what Kinda Shit that they have you doing? A lot of it was a strengthening. It's always a big problem on like getting told. Look your call up. We're not getting you know. And they'll be more old school type of stuff just lucky coal you know. Don't do nothin' You know literally do nothing for like a week and then try and get back out injured again old like literally. If you told me to stand up you know look hold my breath and look stand up. You know what I mean. You download sort of my mental Saudi of sort of where with and there was a you know what I mean so they have to change that they had to. You know relaxing. A let me look literally trip. They said if you if you one thing he said to me the for so many because you drop a pencil pick the fuck pencil up game plan. Hey GonNa pick up that Pencil. I'd like you get trying to get my head. Look just relax. You know what I mean and the training. Even though the the first few sessions started going from strength program La Cosa Auto is look really extend back in luck your thinking on keeping it. Straighten think I'm doing the right thing but so they had to try and change. My posture and everything wallows don't workouts just sockets thought don't things probably even when I used to deadly sold like Traunstein is upright as I could because I thought my back would go back would gave him at the deadline. Technicals bad and just little things. So that's what I mean by having strength program and all these sort of stuff and now luxy do get a flare up you know within You know even the next day I'm back in the back in China. You know maybe before that about two weeks off literally two weeks off. We're now muck BECCA China they lock. You can't stop moving like you need to keep moving that that'll look. My brain would literally make it. Lock up now. Get out to the side. It was bad really was. I'll get a flare up now blow and the mob Ryan would just go back to that position. You know where you go. My hip go out and I wouldn't be able to walk for a few days and and this kid it's capable now we're we're on top of it now. It's a game changer. Now I'm having camps. I'll get food public camps that happened before Chat Menendez so that's when I end up seeing them and I had my first proper twelve weekend For for the for the amazing. Yeah that's amazing. So what kind of stuff. They have you doing other than you said. Dead Lifts and strengthen a lot of mud gluten. Miraculously wasn't even firing. Yeah Yeah Yeah. We'll just not just that just the fact that my back muscles and coal to do everything wasn't ever activated Ma. Gluts do stuff because you know just using the muscles thinking you know Zona Rodway now lucky. That's a big part of my my sort of mobility before I do ability and I get the group's firing and stuff like that and every time I do that off of feel good so a lot of strength program is still building the gluts and and stuff right. Obviously you still doing your call exercise never at a stage where we can just sort of build everything you know and even just having people that know what they're doing again you could go there and they can just work on everything. Let's let's go nuts but you know. The specific sort of training knowing that Oughta Gallon Dumas Physicians at the gym. And all that so they all take it all into play and you know everything's just structured. You know fought training weeks so much more structured than it used to be and you say no you know not only performances but my body and being able to train them. That's a game changer. That's amazing. Wow you're really really really fortunate that you found those guys a hundred percent it was a it was huge and yoga stretching. Or I'm lucky stretches all that look I. I'll be honest enough. Lager should be sticking to especially when I'm not while I'm back home do that in that. I'm doing with them so I'm doing that meant to be doing that every day but you know like it. I like it sometimes. I should be doing a lot more so sometimes I want to do an awful lot get taught gonNA airplane come to come to America and all that common on just stiff abode. But as soon as I do these mobility sort of exercises and stretches and and look at the group's going on one hundred percent like straddling. Show me someone who doesn't have a back issue that trains martial arts. Someone trained enough. Yeah exactly have a back problem at least a little. Bit of stiffness..

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"louis simmons" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

The Joe Rogan Experience

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"louis simmons" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

"A friend of mine there. He had a real problem with his neck within two weeks. It was better. He he he got hit by a car when he was on his motorcycle. My friends in Delray and he was really fucked up his His back was so bad. That like we were at the comedy store and I'm like People came nearly ten stop. What's Matteo's dude? My neck is so messed up so many bumps into me. I'm in a sharp pain and I'm like really. And then he started describing to me so said I've got the thing for you and send them to place rejections amazing. I've had it done several. Titanic I've had it done on my lower well a lot of like athletes like peyton manning and I'll Kobe Bryant. They've they flew Germany to get this procedure done because there's yes legal then including the UFC President Dana White. Which is where I found out about it and then I found out that they were opening offices in America in Dallas. They have one. They have one in Santa Monica somewhere. Else maybe New York. Maybe maybe yeah. But it's an amazing procedure. I mean it really is super beneficial particularly for that kind of because it's been it's been tough for instance. I can't sleep because there's no position. Yeah now the value of that is. I have done so much reading over the last two months because Mike up half the night and when it's like utter utter sajjan spinal decompression. Have you ever done any of that? I did I went to this. Physical therapy plays where they put me up on pulleys and it kind of pulled the feet. I guess away from the back. It wasn't like being stretched fully but your own weight was causing the vertebrae two separate to the huge relief. Yeah you can get a small inversion table. Yes yeah well I have one here. You could hear. There's another thing called the reverse machine and the reverse hybrid machine was created by this. These are very famous Powerlifter Louis Simmons and Louis had this idea. He's a very brilliant guy and he had this idea that they were trying to fuses. Discs bulging disc is compressed. Like how do you get it to decompress? And he developed a machine. That strengthens the back. When you lift up the legs but then in the lowering of the legs and actively it provides active decompression and it alleviated his problem. Dude you wear this show too. It's a machine that you get but we aren't. We have a mind that can sort of the edge of the cosmos members. You got a bulging disc. It doesn't matter opinions real deal with it and you have to be really careful and For me what's really critical is physical maintenance and I am very dedicated to physical maintenance. Even if there's nothing wrong so far as building the core yes check. Ups SIT ups. A lot of lower back exercises hyper like back. Extensions anything to keep things strong squats making sure that the the more tissue you have the more strength you having that tissue around particularly protecting your joints and your spine the healthier. You're going to be yes just absolutely vital because the last few months have been hell I have to say. I'll show you this and we've talked for two and a half hours so I'll take you the background I'll show you yeah. Brian thank you very much for being here. I really appreciate your work. And and tell people your book wartimes the title until the end of time. Today it's out today matter in our search for meaning in evolving universe. Thanks for being here banks by everybody. Thank you everyone for tuning into the show. I'M GONNA why saying that and thank you also to our sponsors. Thank you to Ziprecruiter. You don't have to go find someone to fill your job. Ziprecruiter will find someone four. You four out of five employers who post on. Ziprecruiter get a quality candidate within the first day..

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"louis simmons" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

10:35 min | 1 year ago

"louis simmons" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Town and there's not many gems that there's going to be somebody builders they're you know like if there's anyone hardcore core they're going to be at the same gym as everyone else so it was normal people? But then there'd be like some powerlifters in the corner squad chuck on their back and there'd be couple bodybuilder is that we're competing and they're all ripped up and I was like you know I'm only fourteen so I guess I felt like I wanna make scared a little bit near that age say sided sided. But you're kind of like well like what the hell's Your Eyes Wide Open gone. I'm not in the high school gym in like Gm. Like you know. So I I always had like a good environment and I don't know it was just I mean I'm just I'm pretty social person so like within a few months a joining the gym and everyone knew my name and I knew everyone's name and I was like saying hi to everybody and like you you know. I just want to work in at the gym in high school so I worked on weekends. I knew everyone so I had a real like real family. Feel at the gym that I grew up at so that that obviously contributes to my love of gyms and why I love the community of a good Jim you know what I mean and why. That's something that I just couldn't go without like like you know what I mean like. I've moved because of gems. Yeah like oh I gotta move to the other side of the city because this gym closed and I got a train there. Now move like I did that. You know and so you know when people just kind of accept their their local gym. I'm like Oh man I that's not how I was and you know. Obviously that's a big reason. Then why I wanted to do a gym. You know be involved in Jim Myself. I want to try to contribute. You know a great place to train. Yeah you know where people come in. They're you're like Oh this is different. This is this is not the you know the fit club. I'm at this is like a completely different thing. So that's that's what I always always wanted and I I just. I was searched out good jams and I found some amazing gems. Man I got like some of the gyms I trained our just mad houses. You you know really awesome. I mean this guy I mean this guy trained the west side. I mean fuck you know but I. I didn't train a west. But trained gyms where there's like thirty people prepping for the same aimed. Shell all training on a Monday night. Everybody's ripped shows for weeks out everyone's wrapped everyone's going hard. You know what I mean like really crazy. Atmosphere is gems with like the music blast in and stuff. And I just can't walk into a Corporal Jim Anymore like I just I'm broken. Was it destroyed. I can't handle it. What was it like seeing like like all those people training for the same show? We're wasn't enough room for Egos in the gym you well. Yeah Yeah. It was a great spot. It was a great spa. I wasn't afraid to any of them. So yeah I thought it was a great Jim. It was one of my favorite gyms ever but Yeah I just have a passion for gyms I just you know some people like somebody. Just don't don't really care and that's fine like they just don't care they're fine they're like oh I'm easy to please train here But I just had like a passion for gyms I you know I just love. I love the concept of a unique spot that the owner has put his like it. All comes down to the owner like almost every time. Like that's what makes the gym interesting is the owner and the best gyms and the ones that wind up being the best episodes the coolest episodes in the end are the ones where like the owners are just the most was passionate about their Jim. Yeah just bleeds out into the show leads out into the equipment wise this piece here you know like I remember the first episode. We shot shot at Dino's Jim in England Dino's just a great guy if you ever get to meet Dino. I don't know if you've ever me. No he's he's great. But he's got the Bernie accent. You know the rummy accent and and you know. He pointed a bench and he's you know he's like Okaz Meyer bench. Six hundred on this bench and nine hundred seventy eight and then the guy that owned gave it to me and I put it in my jam in Nineteen eighty-four like he's got a story about every. Yeah and so I love that show. It means a lot to him. Yeah Yeah you know what I mean so I love that Shit so just to expand expand on what you're saying a little bit you know you know the gym is kind of like inside of you to you know so like you still have to bring it even if you do have a crap Jim. Sometimes it's like a hotel environment to work out by yourself and your training partner sick or whatever and you don't have the opportunity to always train with people that are completely completely off the rocker like liked to but at the same time ticks. Yeah at the same time if we go back to you know keeping things simple and having things be consistent if you have to bring the energy to your gym every time and you're Kinda just find yourself complaining about it quite a bit like I wish they they had this bar wish they had more space. I wish that right. Find a spot that has more of the things you're looking for because that's going to be hard hard to do that every day. And and then the percentage of effort that you're gonNA Put into that every day is not going to be great. 'CAUSE YOU'RE GONNA be fucking just beat down from the from the gym just sucking and seeing somebody the in the squat rack doing curls right. I remember one time the gym the gym. I was talking about before it closed with all the competitors added it closed suddenly closed. And that's how gyms do midnight move right so I did like suddenly train at the Health Club this big health club. They had all the hammer stuff. It was perfectly fine jam. It I was just you know it wasn't the great. Jim Was the health club so all the equipment was awesome as all Atlantis and stuff so it was really good right so I was fine nine and I just do it. I had to do and I was prepping for a show. And by the end of my crap there's like thirty bodybuilders training at that gym and the manager came over and she's like like Oh man since you came here like 'cause you know when the first gym closed everyone's SCA- they don't know where to go but I was prepping so I had to pick a spot immediately. Yeah yeah so I picked that Jim and everyone's like well. Ron went there so I guess they're okay. I guess a management must be okay and everyone came and then the manager was like I got all you meet heads Ha but then we turned that Jim into like a really cool spot. You know because everyone was training there's like NHL guys training there and like turn a new cool Jim. Yeah you know. Goldberg Bird came to town to fill movie. We had training every day. Like it was just funny. You know so. I think that's just a note on how it's more so the people like. Yeah there's the gym right but it's the community of individuals at wants to go train there that actually make it like guys here at s t the people that come train here when they trade. That's a big part of why the gym is what it is. Obviously mark like stamped. The culture was going to be here but the people still have to congregating to come and train. Yeah so that's huge come and train. That's my Jim's catchphrase. West Coast iron come and train. Oh Yeah Dope and that's just what we wanted to create was like. That's all we care about like you know you don't have to do. y'All have to wear fancy clothes you don't have to you know you don't have to shave. Don't have to special. You don't have to be in shape just you ought to have like just WanNa come and train you know. I think the biggest thing that Westside Barbara was just the environment. Lewis got you know a lot of different training methods is and obviously those are super effective and he definitely knows what he's talking about he knows how to kind of put the finishing touches on somebody. That's prepping for a power of the meat and all that Kinda honest stuff but same time. It's just because everyone's so goddamn crazy. Yeah Super Competitive. That's what really drives. Now how did you feel about the the documentary. I love. There's the world so you're you know how that stuff goes down. You never know what clips I liked it a lot I am. I do think there's a couple of things that they missed. They kind of talk a little bit about Louis Simmons being like a genius in some ways and stuff but the I they could've they could've expanded upon that he's he's very well off like he's you know there's there's different ways to show that people are smart and not everyone that's a smart is like really wealthy but he's figured out a way to capitalize on it which just shows you that he has you know maybe another facet to his game. That other people didn't know about what he right you know. He's I mean reverse hyper. I mean you you've been so many gyms right I mean you see them all over the place now we have one. That's that's one of his. He's a he's a great inventor I guess is my point don't think they really Inner really early touch upon that in the film. But I think it's because they wanted to show how connected he was to powerlifting Regardless of anything else and so they did a good job with that right. I love the part about the Russian textbooks. I didn't know that like I knew. I knew. A bunch of secondary about the hyper and stuff. But I don't know about the textbooks and I love the story about when and they started using bandages bandages. Shit out everything I I gotta go get crushed and they'd be like ours. Takes off like you know that. Sort of stuff. Yeah he uh-huh and that's a gift to that's another side of brilliance is to not be scared to take stuff from other areas and other people and and give it a shot. You the bands. Were really weird. Because the bands came from a guy named Dick Hartselle who Had A company called jump stretch and he would teach basketball ask ball clinics. You know so why. Why would we simmons go to basketball clinic? Well you know. What do you need in basketball? What do you need it most sports explosives? Howard what do you need power you know? Yeah Louis. Yeah Louis studying all this and learning about you know quickness and stuff like that Dick Hearts will make a platform and You attach ban. Select whatever you could could be some dumbbells or could just be attached to your body. Whatever way you can think of maybe put a belt on and jump jump with these bands right? Yeah and the band's if you can kind of picture this as you go to leap up in the air they pull you down aggressively. Yeah so now you gotTA figure out. It's like a biometric on crack right. I have to kind of figure out how. Oh my going to organize my body. So don't get fucking killed these bands back down towards the earth. Because you've got a harder landing now yeah so you got a land and absorb and then flex again to pop back up and they good athletes can just boom boom boom. They can pop up Really quick and really easily almost like anyone falls basketball basketball. You Watch like Dennis Rodman. You know why he was able to rebound so much he's tall. He's got these long arms and stuff like that. Those are all huge things and just the desired like I had his ability to hit the ground and airborne yet he would jump up five times to get one rebound. Yeah and he jumped five times before anybody else could jump two or three times. Yeah so having that explosive also powers a huge thing but Louis was smart enough to realize like if we can slow down if we could slow down the barbell a little bit. We're really honest something because you you're still.

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"louis simmons" Discussed on Business & Biceps

Business & Biceps

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"louis simmons" Discussed on Business & Biceps

"That is a cake there's a control aspect I think to johnny like they can't when you can't control what's coming your way that's where a lot everyone is obsessing it with control and now I would I would replace the word of control with acceptance you need to accept the fact that you don't have control that this world in this life is crazy fucking place and that's an that's just how it is so if you accept it I think what you'll do as you'll think about it logically and you'll say am I in the best position I can possibly be regarding this okay maybe I need to tweak because if something happens that it okay so basically you just want to set yourself up in every position really that has a a relation to anything in your life the best you can and then from there so that's all you can do that's all you can do so stop trying to control everything because it doesn't work yes so it's really accepting that there is no control position yourself that you know whatever comes your way you're in the best possible spot because of your habits and decision making and then really back a play you know ACA plans in solutions to I mean that's that's really that's really well said John that's a way that is easily processed in some in some done naturally by most entrepreneurs with somebody that's still on the fence like they need understand it in I I was never really on the fence whether I want to open own my business or not I was always off the bucking beds but there is some tweezers out there and I think you laying it out like that is really key because when I see the super controlling can't go off path seven and a half year plan talked well and they're not I moore like like you're saying and I don't say that in a negative way I say that in your thought process it just just tells yourself and just it's factually it's not entrepreneurial that that's not entrepreneur entrepreneurial I is an agile thought process go with the flow it's whatever uh-huh duck and dive and you do what you gotta do to make things work it's not entrepreneurial to be like oh I need to be told this and this and this is how ah this goes in column a this goes column what do you mean it went supposed to go and column E. IT's like they're not entrepreneurial sinking business man or men it's more like manage slash businessman maybe thought process where entrepreneurial thought process is more of a creative process in my opinion right reminded commit open-minded like because like it's like oh alright will what we completely based our whole business on needs to change and we need to reinvent ourselves and and that's not an easy thing to say or hear if you own a business but most of the time it's what you have to do and and and you know it's you just accept it and then and then you make the proper moves to kind of fit into the new marketplace and it just is what it is people gotta get the fuck off the like Oh this is I'm I'm set now you're set for a month and then next month something's going to be gift it's about that fast in this global world to Joey right onto it those listen man I think those are three really good topics is that could help people just kind of think about things a little differently today and I mean look here business and bisects we're really trying to help you guys and gals just through the process of this crazy world we live in right now you know and and if you can help from some of our advice or our past experiences help you navigate through this fucking craziness John I a lot of times to learn this shit by trial and fire and error and make mistakes and that's why we love about this content as we're able to kind of help you guys and hopefully even if you're still going to have to do all that on your own to which thank that crazy motherfucker John said this I'm in this situation so try it this way and then you know you can you know maneuver as you maneuver in your own in your own way too but that's that's really what I love about the show John These topics I think we're all really helpful a new entrepreneurs and business and I think it helps people understand that like a you know a application application application before application comes go like preparing your mind I think preparing your mind to kind of jump into the real world and take career life and and do whatever you're going to do I think in your mind is is probably more important because application can be taught and it can be tweaked and you can get better but preparing your mind is not some thing that essentially is taught on you to do no one else so hopefully this stuff helps people kinda had to get their mind ready you know because that's all it is I it's having mental fortitude it's being tough and being able to weather the storm mentally and then like I said application anyone can learn things woin thing about well the great Louis Simmons said we things break and if you don't prepare your mom fine and you should he situations you're gonNa.

"louis simmons" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"louis simmons" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"You got to be fast fast break, Bobby. We had we had Ryan in here yesterday. It was really interesting talking to him about you know, exceleron and power and how he's able to develop and produce like this crazy amount of force in short period of time in highs able to get like this. This just insane burst without having a lot of like rotation without having a lot of mobility. And I think most of the time we just assume like if you can't move that you're not going to maybe be able to generate that much force. You know, a lot of even like sprinters and runners and stuff like that. You think man like if the guy's too tight he could potentially like blow something off you can you know blow off a hamstring or something. But with what Ryan does specifically where he's not a full-time professional golfer. He's mainly just like a long ball player. And that's kind of that's what he gets paid to do and stuff having that amount of power having that extreme power really pleased his advantage. And he it was interesting to hear how he trains for. And all that stuff. How does he like what are like maybe some tidbits on the things? He does that. You haven't heard of. Yes. Oh, well, I mean most the stuff that he does which I thought would be unconventional for golf. He's just does like powerlifting type stuff. And he kind of looks a little bit more like somebody that does some power and some bodybuilding and stuff like that. He's a big guy like six four to sixty. But what I just found interesting about it was he wasn't afraid to do the one rep max is he wasn't afraid to do some of that stuff, which makes a lot of sense my mentor. Louis Simmons has always said you powerlift. And then you go play your sport you lift heavy and you go play your sport. And it's not, you know, you do a lot of jujitsu. But it's not like it's not like you're trying to find a weighted jujitsu movement, just like squatting, benching and dead lifting. Right. Yeah. Exactly. I mean, I it's kind of funny. I think I saw picture years ago tiger like the trap bar. See like he does those Douglas to in terms of your jitsu. It's the same type of deal where like in the gym. I'm still lifting fairly heavy. I'm not doing like as many here one, right? Max I used to? But that strength does help me on the mats. And it doesn't help me in the fact that okay, I'm gonna you discuss on top of me. So I'm just going to push him off. It just helps them like passive strength at this point. My technique. If I have to hold a guy off like this. It's extremely easy to do that. Whereas the guy who doesn't strain train he can just get smashed and would that pressure from his opponent just going to it's going to dominate him. So I I don't see any sport where doing some type of powerlifting movement really wouldn't be beneficial it as long as they're being saved with whatever they're doing. And that was the main thing for him. He was like I'm not going to get hurt. You know, I I'm gonna keep it. I'm gonna keep it in a safe range. Do you avoid the one rep max is a little bit because they kind of impede on like recovery for the next day..

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"louis simmons" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"louis simmons" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"I had not been now. We're going into our eighteenth wedding anniversary next at the end of next month the day after the bodybuilding show. Nice to be in shape. We're going to be doing all new shots. Yeah. Elevate. A celebrate. You know, gosh. But yeah, it's been it's been eighteen years. But when I met her I had no car I had. I mean, not only did not have a car didn't have a license because my license got revoked from. When I lived in New York side too, many tickets. I had no money. I had. No. I just didn't have have like a Bank deters me. Nothing. I ain't nothing. How'd you guys meet at sharpies in Hermosa beach, short beach? Yeah. Okay. All right. Yeah. The schools up there. And you know, I used to bounce it each show tall street early nineties. I was personal training to American gladiators and bouncing at night. Yeah. I was a bouncer bounced on out of there. And there you go. Now, she she just, you know, she came in there because her boss kept telling her like, hey, you need to come up and check out this area. You know, it's like a lot more fun than Hollywood all awards too, many people and all this stuff. It's true though. Yeah, it is. I mean, the beach cities you can't you can't beat them and on a taco Tuesday. She came she came rolling through there. And and met me, and you know, I'm not going to. I don't have the courage talk to a girl. So she talked to me and that was that done done deal. Stuck stuck with her ever since? She stuck with me. I love that. I mean, that's pretty much how it went down. And then like everything was super. Everything was so supernatural from there. Everything was just smooth. We talked on the phone. We'd get together. She lived close to me. So that never happened before either. Like when I was in L A, if I'd meet somebody they would be like passing through they'd be from like, San Diego or Chicago, or wherever and you know, she lived in Venice, I lived in Santa Monica. And then so we started hanging out on nice. We started hanging out like every day. And it was like, oh, this is like this is great. And I kept thinking like things are gonna change like the more. We hang out. And so we're gonna hate each other or something bad's going to happen. I'm kind of like, I'm kinda waiting for all these things to happen. But yeah. Everything just kept transitioning. Well, even when we moved into gather, even when we got engaged and so that was two thousand. Yeah. You know? And when did you move I moved in like ninety eight. Yeah. Towards the beginning of nineteen ninety eight. And then from here you moved up northern Cal. What year was that? That was about two thousand two or so somewhere in there. And then I kind of bounced around I went out to Columbus, Ohio trained with Louis Simmons, Westside barbell. And that's where my powerlifting. Turnoff? Yeah. My piloting started to take off and tried some pro wrestling and tried some stuff, but Andy has always been supportive of every move the even when the move they at the time. They didn't make any sense, right? I mean at the time, they didn't they literally made no sense at all. They were steps backwards. Really? But the professional wrestling game the ability to talk in front of people gave me the -bility communicate a gave me the ability to be creative and come up with funny and weird things to say and do and so she allowed for that personal growth to happen that I needed like I was to mature into young just not in my years, but just to mature period to be able to advance in life..

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"louis simmons" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"louis simmons" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Free gym in the world with some of the best equipment in the world started super training gym in two thousand six as I realized that I needed to figure out a way to get stronger. And I knew that I wasn't going to be able to completely do that by myself, and so super training gym was born and super training. Gym was born have very selfish reasons. I knew that if I was going to be good that I needed other people around me. And I knew that I was going to be great that I needed people around me that we're going to be great and people that were around me that were hungry. I needed savages around me that wanted to be the best in the world in. So I kind of started when I first moved to California from Louisville Kentucky before that was in Columbus, Ohio, and I was under the tutelage of Louis. Simmons of Westside barbell Lewis Simmons and Westside barbell have the strongest Jim in the history of the world. Basically, I learned a lot of great lessons from Louis Simmons and was able to take that message and kind of turn it into a lot of the things that you see today. I also was a professional wrestler for five years and in in in that time of being professional wrestler. I learned how to stop a mud hole and people, and I also learned the gift of gab, I learned how to get in front of a TV screen or in front of a camera rather. And I learn. Learned how to talk and how to communicate and how to cut wrestling promos and all that good stuff. And that that ended up paying huge dividends for what I do today, which is ecommerce selling stuff online. I have a website called Mark Bell, slingshot dot com. I'm a patent holder. And that's probably one of the things. I'm most proud of obviously, I'm proud father and proud husband and all those things as well. But getting those patents really means a lot to me. It's a very very personal thing for me and the slingshot is sometimes referred to from myself as my third child. I have a son named Jake. And he is fourteen. I have a daughter named Quinn. She's eleven so I know a lot about being a parent. I know a lot about I know a lot about being a husband. I know a lot about. Trying to be successful. I I've learned a lot over the years. I've gotten better perspective over the years from rubbing elbows with some of the best people in their particular industries, Ben friends with guys like John seen for a long time. I've been on the Joe Rogan show also been featured on Tim Ferriss podcasts a minute documentary film, called bigger stronger faster, if you've never seen it you should check it out the documentary was directed by my brother, Christopher bore bell big strong fast on Instagram..

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"louis simmons" Discussed on Business & Biceps

Business & Biceps

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"louis simmons" Discussed on Business & Biceps

"But I promise you like there's just a shit ton of people who have so much scale when the probability of getting where you want become are getting where you're going will increase the more eyeballs that are seeing from the people stuff to doing, you know, maybe people who are coming up within any industry acting the music, whatever. And if your skills are display anger constantly working on them. And you know, your understanding the industry because a lot of stuff like what happens outside the industry would happen in the industry is two different things, and where you're working and getting payment people think was speaking right for an outside. See you speaking. But then there's good new once inside of speaking once you're speaking to continuously speaking and getting booked in getting heat John knows Cory, Cory. He knows this person that person that person. But if you're working in, you know, given out maybe give some free video stuff out to somebody. And maybe that person seeing somebody then enhances you and carries you to a larger platform. But that's the first thing. I thought love it next question. I have been doing some freelance marketing projects, and we'll be moving to New York soon to start a job in marketing. But I've recently been thinking about starting my own firm. Do you guys have any advice for turning a freelance project into my own business? Well, I if you're in the decision process of I'm going to take this job. But I might might start a you're not ready to start a firm. You're absolutely ill-prepared. Because if you're ready to start a firm, you would have so much time and energy and thought and so much fucking vigor behind that statement, you would lay out why you're going to do it. How you're going to do it. What your business model is? It's not I'm going to go take a job. But then I might do affirm that that is a recipe for failure. So what I would recommend is if you have that feeling inside of you that you may want to start your own firm. Learn more brother, go, go to New York. Go learn at the highest level fr-, it may not be the highest level, but at a high level from a serious marketing agency in the mecca in the hub of marketing agencies. And if you still want to start your own agency extract, all their skills all roses. And then once you're ready, right? Once you're ready, you know, your business model, and you know, your clients, and you know, how to do it then peace out. But right now, you are not ready go take that job. Learn more. I'd say check this out. I'd take that job. Do it for a little while like look at it like a little internship for six months. Go take another one another firm. It's literally like how if I learned some lifting off Louis Simmons some off John broS some of Arnold read from that guy like you need to go and see how things are being done. And then you might only take I take two. Percent of what John does in two percent what mode does and like then I make my own like you got to formulate your own process Ronin to be your own firm. So I think that you need to go in take a couple jobs, and then you'll know when it's time 'cause you'd be like, you know, what I can do it better than that guy. I can do it better than this firm in you need, you need to know that that that is your opportunity that you believe you're more skilled, and then you can run it through this compensation. I talked about. Yes. And don't undervalue the process of learning because I guarantee you you get to the process where you've building your own firm if you've done it too fast. And you started at you'll be like man, I wish of fucking built his plane on ground instead in the sky, you wishing I like that. Like, you know, if you build a plant in the sky things might not work out. So well. Exactly a whole business. Alive ever heard that one before gravity is not on your side in that scenario as amazing next live next question. How important is it to keep your word giving your word to someone and not keeping it is? Obviously a bad. There's context there's head giving your word of someone not keeping his obviously a bad move..

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"louis simmons" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"louis simmons" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"So it it's, it's a, it's a bit of a mess like the Nintendo switch online thing. That's where it all comes from. But I mean they got Super Mario. They got the original. Mario, like the sometimes not work. 'cause it's like online or is no? No, it's it all works all the time pretty much, but yeah, totally sidetracked, but that's amazing. I need to get me some of that. I hope they do super tech mobile because that one was even better. Helen was pretty legit. Yeah, because you can customize your place to yet. It wasn't. It wasn't as yeah. Yeah. When the weather guy picture play on the first one, you get blitz, right? Yeah. So it was kind of like that. But this one, there's really like, there's nothing you can do like Kay, you're, they're going to run on one player. You're gonna pass and it's you. You're the odds of you picking out the guessing the other players plays pretty easy. I we're gonna answer us a few more questions before we jump on out of here. One guy here is asking about crate him. He's asking about like what brand and all that stuff. The branded creative and I use his Co. from a company called urban ice, and I'm working on putting out a product myself soon, but I'm working on testing it and doing some different things kind of find out the dosage of crate him, and I'm going to be doing a lot of testing on it beyond just just that. But want to check out the safety of it and all these different things. People have these different hypothesis about, you know what, what it does and what it doesn't do and all the stuff somebody says, put his punch out, punch guy out. I want to start something like the conjugate method for Westside barbell doing hype, hypertrophic work for years. Any tips for recovery. All this is sick. The guy just put up a Mike Tyson code zero zero, seven, three, seven, three, six, nine, six, three. Go straight to tie sick. Yeah, that kind of stuff. The best. You know, one thing that I'll mention in this is a. You know, Michael Hearn is talked about power bodybuilding, and. It's it's an interesting term. A lot of powerlifters have done bodybuilding in in the past. Like a lot of a lot of old school powerlifters used to utilize a lot of bodybuilding techniques they used to do set after set after after set for their legs on a quote, unquote squat day over the years, you've seen power that start to kind of change and shift, and they would. They would exercise the movement and not exercise the muscle, and this is exercise. That's a really important thing to understand that a certain amount of exercise needs to be done in order for you to get the fruits of your labor. You have to do a certain amount of exercise, so you can't just bench press to bring up your bench press. You have to look at the bench, press. In a more rational way, then you gotta understand that if I'm going to build up the bench, press. It's not really that affective of training session to bench press and then to try to work on all the muscles that are involved in bench pressing afterwards, you'd be better off with a well planned attack of, I'm going to bench press today and the rest of the day. You can only work about two different muscle groups in a given workout in my opinion effectively. So for any of you doing west side style stuff on your upper body day, which as pointed out by Louis Simmons, it's called an upper body day because he wants you to pick two or three. Possibly. You can have a smaller muscle group in there. He wants you to pick a muscle group and he wants to thrash it because Louis would implement your other, do the max effort method, or you do the dynamic effort method. So you're either lifting very, very heavy or you're lifting very, very fast. Once that work is done once that work is completed it all. Moves into what is called the repetition effort. The repetition method, which is simply bodybuilding. That's all it is. It's bodybuilding and whether you decide to put tempo in there and go bodybuilding bodybuilding like super set and all that stuff. You can do all that within the confines of the west side bar o. program. And that's it actually makes the Westside barbell program, so great..

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"louis simmons" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"louis simmons" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"In the crowd watching it out of the crowd like hillbilly jim remember that absolutely yeah came out of the crowd matt brown matt brown came out of the fucking crowd you know about that a lot of people come out of the crowd but i'm not new have see i don't know but he well no but tank abbott knock somebody that was in the crowd that shit brown do matt brown came out of the crowd he likes somebody yeah he was out of he was out of fight it's it was his first fight ever he went there with a friend and his friend lost the fight and then they went to the next round like who wants to fight the champion this guy was like talking shit and matt browns like i'll fight him and matt brown went and he went to a sporting goods store he got a cup jockstrap mouth anna mouthpiece any fuck and melded the mouthpiece heated up and he went to a restaurant restaurants to use their microwave to heat up his mouthpiece any wanna fight anyone anyone that's almost that's actually came out of the crowds what's actually better then then the time than louis simmons try this body slam big stud oh yeah yeah lewis my head all the old days of wrestling well everybody in the old days wrestling they used to have a body slam challenge you know the old awa wrestling i say but every time i see somebody like five hundred pounds i'm always like i always think that dollar body slam challenge could you do it that body slam challenge and then it would just like ask the crowd can any you know and a lot of times wrestling so it was like some sort of setup but with lewis simmons he was with a group other guys and everybody was all fired up they kept pointing him because he's really strong and like how you gotta do you gotta do it and they call them up there and of.

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"louis simmons" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"louis simmons" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"So i just see that each and every day people are behind and the way that the only way to get ahead is to win and the only way to win is to be prepared be prepared for every single day when i started lifting years and years ago and i started finding out about post workout nutrition and i started finding out about nutrition in general i started thinking about these started thinking about meal prep i didn't like cook on sunday the way a lot of people do now and cook for the whole week and stuff like that but i started i started just thinking i was like you know what i need to be prepared for my food because recovery is a big part of this and i just started to get all in and i started to try to figure out ways of getting ahead i started watching videos of louis simmons i started going around the country with money i didn't have i started to go to seminars i started figure all this stuff out and at least in the lifting community i was figuring out a way to get ahead and as you start to get ahead then you're going to start to win as you start to win then you'll start fucking feeling good but it's impossible to win when you're behind it's impossible to do things that are good for yourself it's impossible to feel good about yourself when you're behind one of the only ways in my opinion to really show that you truly love yourself is to do things for yourself to be with yourself and one of the things that you can truly do for yourself is to work out andrew and i worked out yesterday we worked out this sunday as well and both times i didn't really want to work out either time actually yesterday when i worked out i was like you know i was in there doing a kind of a cardio session i was trying to do certain amount of heart beats per minute type deal i got the workout from joel jamieson and i was like house is going and kind of tested on fucking dick around for ten minutes well i ended up just doing the full workout we ended up working out for about thirty five forty minutes or so and up being ended up being a great workout and andrew walking in on something he didn't.

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"louis simmons" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"louis simmons" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Cellular level i would have to look up stuff to just answers emails 'cause i'm like dude i went to school one year nearly unveiled earlier tucker you talking about her so between all these guys around there said seventy years old between dr moreau pass kwali louis and then arnold i mean i think i'm the only person i'll say it that's learn from louis simmons and armed scharzenegger directly nar i don't think there's another person the finnish industry that can say it and right so that's pretty unique ever very much so i'm yeah i remember serano was talking about um like omega3 fatty acid over unused talking about branchedchain and he was so he's a more auntchain maniac he was literally probably one of the most four thinking people one branch chains he had me doing lake ungodly amounts of branchedchain amino acids you know off from time to time and and i i realize the started to rely more branch is ever did on protein in i mean i still take protein this day but i i take way more branch than pie most when he did the fat loading were you even trying to consume a lot of protein or was it just their idea ever so much fat of so much protein that came with a fat that day and then i was taken like forty grams of branch chains on top of i mean it was like definitely an anabolic environment and of nieto naturally and the things that he would be doing then nor i would go to him getting ready for a photo shoot and i would be may be like i was getting softer 'cause i i'm always a person of pie does play more than they need to some was at one more session all goes and he was like here's what i need you do i need you go eat a stake four sweep potatoes do legs and respiratory days in your look better and like do i mean it was like this guy would look at me i even at the point of to a few years ago i couldn't figure some out i lunatic a picture senate tomb what mean flip a rape i mean just like a mad scientist i wonder how he knew how to do some of that because uh being a doctors one thing and.

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"louis simmons" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"louis simmons" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"He probably made me want to go even more and go after it because i think he fell he never really verbalize as can talk law but i think he fell come sentencing out dads are like that some time yeah my dad was kind of a loaner so i i see that in parts me from time the time in so he was like really to himself kinda a guy so i i think that he tried there's little businesses never never worked and he always ended up in a coal miner for sixteen years is a truck driver got fifteen years i i think that it made me say i saw him but i don't know if he really wet like really knew what it took and so i always said like i wanted to take everything one step further it went much further than that i could never predict that the bri i think that that was the thing is that i learned that i saw him attempt it but it needed in need a more he ran so so there's a lotta manual labor in your history sure and you've love lifting weights from young any other ampato you how to lift a new you never looked back from that point on uh you get deep into lifting in you and you start to uh fall in love with west side barbault method and all these cool things start to form as as businesses growing as a lot of other things are going uh but she had the opportunity to learn a lot from louis simmons a westside barba what does some of that experienced by my so my first i think you'll enjoy the stories or or like one of their time i go to my second powerlifting meat ever and i'm probably like eighteen years old and it's a push pull me in its it's in this no shit markets in the middle of a trailer park i swear to you and so yeah it's nineteen i want to say ninety eight making you feel a home dude alitalia asked ours i go in there in his literally this gem in.

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