Beast Life QA

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Question: How do you make time for working out?
Answer: You just do. Some people make time for video games. Some people make time for hours of mindless TV every night. You spend your time, ever less than you had before, doing the things that matter to you. Shouldn’t being healthy and strong matter more than another New York cop drama? Shouldn’t being able to defend yourself and your family matter more than unlocking achievements in a fake reality? Find the best time to fit your work out in, and make it a part of your daily routine. I prefer working out early after breakfast and before work. With a family the evenings tend to get busy. I know other people who prefer to work out after work in the afternoons. They view it as a stress reliever before going home.
Question: What’s the benefit of a lifting partner?
Answer: Having a dedicated lifting partner means already having a spot, but the best benefits come from pushing you beyond your limitations. When you lift solo you have to quit when your muscles run out of steam. But a partner can not only coach you and motivate you by calling you a pussy and a weak little piece of shit, they can assist your lifts after your steam runs out for a few forced reps. It’s those last reps that strain the muscle most that cause growth. A forced rep is a bonus.
Donner Schwanze

Donner Schwanze is a Traditional Christian with Traditional values. He has had a tough life and has worked hard for everything he has. As a Father and a Husband, Donner will do whatever it takes to defend his God, his nation, and his family.


  1. I work out late in the evenings, usually around 10pm at the earliest, because that’s the way my schedule worked out.
    It’s not going be handed to you. It’s going to take effort. But bitching about not having time won’t get you closer to your goals. That little naysaying voice in your head needs to be buried. Iron works well for that.

  2. If you get in with the attitude of getting it done, most work outs can be done in 30-60 minutes. Don’t bullshit, don’t chit chat, stay off Facebook. Just lift.

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