Alan Scheer Quotes
Who is Alan Scheer?
|Born||October 13, 2001|
|Age||21 years old|
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“Are you slouching? Stand up straight and take yourself seriously. Bad posture is a sign of weakness and dysfunction.
Strengthen the muscles of the back, core, and glutes to restore and reinforce balance throughout the body.”
“Conquer yourself before criticizing others.”
“Create more than you consume.”
“Don’t take this moment for granted.”
“Embrace masculinity, reject degeneracy.”
“Exceed your expectations on a daily basis.”
“Experience provides some of the best education.”
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“Get strong so that you can do cool stuff with less effort.”
“Here’s some advice I would give to my younger self:
Change is the only constant.
The biggest risk is not taking any.
Focus on what you can control.
Fall in love with the process and the results will come.”
“I’ve spent years focused on developing a skill set that is in demand.
I encourage you to do the same.”
“It’s nice to be important, but it’s more important to be nice.”
“Life is war, and every day is a battle. Conflict, chaos, and challenges can consume you if you let them.
Conquer your consciousness consistently and concrete your confidence in the captivation of creativity.”
“Losing weight is simple!
Here’s how to lose fat without counting calories.
Focus on quality over quantity. Eat more organic, whole foods (Meat, eggs, fish, fruit, veggies).
Drink more. Walk more. Lift heavy a few times per week.
Prioritize protein at every meal to help build as much muscle as possible.
Avoid distractions while eating. Take things slow and enjoy the food.
Losing weight is simple, not easy.”
“Make something of yourself.”
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“Make your ancestors proud.”
“My diet is literally just meat, eggs, fish, fruits, and vegetables.
I get lots of sun, deep sleep, drink water, and lift heavy.”
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“Beware the barrenness of a busy life.”
“Pain is inevitable, suffering is optional.”
“Stop getting in your own way.”
“Surround yourself with people who support your ambitions.
Sometimes this means being alone. Time spent in solitude slowly reveals elements within ourselves that need work.
Seek a greater understanding of reality. Educate yourself through experience.”
“The path to Paradise begins in Hell.”
“Time is your most powerful tool. Your habits will determine whether or not time works for you, or against you.
You will never remain the same. You will either be improving the quality of your life or descending into chaos.
The beauty of it all is the fact that progress is progress no matter how small or slow it may seem.
Do something small today to challenge yourself for the sake of change.”
“Today is a gift.”
“Too blessed to be stressed.”
“Train to failure or forever remain one.”
“Weak men are dangerous, impulsive, and easily manipulated.
Commit yourself to cultivating strength physically, emotionally, and spiritually.”
“What do you want? Whatever it is that you desire, you must realize that nobody is going to do the work for you.
Nothing worth having comes easy. Spend some time away from distractions and search for something that will bring meaning to the inevitable suffering of your life.”
“You are both the marble and the sculptor.”
“You don’t need Steroids or SARMs to build an amazing physique. Do you think Hercules had access to performance enhancing drugs when he posed for this sculpture?
Don’t be impatient to the point of risking your health for short term gratification. Rome wasn’t built in a day.
Focus on what you can control. Prioritize proper nutrition, adequate hydration, plenty of sleep, and strength training.
The consistency of your efforts will determine your success in achieving the body of your dreams. Fall in love with the process and the results will come.”
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“You must understand, arrogance is assumed, confidence is earned.”
“You should be strong and stable.”
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“You can have everything you need in life and still be unhappy if you don't know how to appreciate it.”