Putting the Soul in Your Workout
It was towards the end of my time in L.A. that I had gotten lost in the Hollywood bullshit. I was caught up in a superficial lifestyle and desperately trying to break free, but change is difficult, especially when you live a comfortable life. I was a producer working on movie trailers and TV campaigns for many different studios, but it was running my life and slowly started to kill my soul. For someone whose outlet was working out and prided themselves on eating well balance meals, the hours I was working and the stress level slowly took that away from me. People in the entertainment industry LOVE to drink for any reason they can think of and when you work 12-14 hour days, ordering into the office is normal. I could sit here and blame the industry or I can blame myself for letting it change me… for letting me undo all of the hard work I had achieved for my body. Part of the blame, is my own.
Could the rich white boys shooting themselves into space maybe plant some forests or, I don’t know, eradicate homel… https://t.co/tglO1llj22Follow
One of my favorite sequels, and quite honestly, one of the best sequels ever. https://t.co/zgnMbrAMxYFollow