Elliott’s Workout vs Your Workout

Lately I’ve been posting more of my training videos over
on my YouTube channel.

I post my successes as well as my failures for everyone to

The reason why I think this is important is because humans
are visual creature.

Most teachers, professors, coaches and gurus like to sit up
on their high horse and tell people what to do. Many of these
dudes probably can not even do the things they ask others to

Quite frankly, they’re full of shit.

People want to SEE what you are talking about… and more
importantly they want to SEE that you have real experience
doing the things you talk about.

Over on my Strength Camp members only website I post
every single workout that I perform. Every single rep and
set is laid out for the members to see.

The smart members take my workouts, or the other workouts
I post on the website, and put them to use immediately.

The really smart ones take these workouts and tweak them
to meet their specific needs, or the goals of their clients.

The other reason why I have been posting more workout
videos is because I want people to see the ATTITUDE I
train with.

Lots of people have good workout plans. They are well
thought out and structured.

But it ends there!

When it comes time to execute… they FAIL.

They just don’t put in the type of intensity that I do. Its
almost like they don’t trust their bodies. They train with

What they don’t realize is that it takes practice to develop
a strong mindset in the same way that it takes practice to
build a strong body.

This is why I also create motivational and insightful videos
a few times a month for my members.

You can see many of the archives when you join today…
plus I’ll be making a new one tomorrow morning ;)

Grow Stronger,
Elliott Hulse

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2 thoughts on “Elliott’s Workout vs Your Workout”

  1. Jayke Dowdy says:

    Yo Elliot! Id like you to check out my workout and see what you think. I train balls to the wall just like you do. I go three times a week and dont single out body parts. Im hitting all of the muscles in my body and constantly trying to challenge my nervous system

  2. Alex says:

    You are totally right, it’s the same everywhere, but different people have different objectives, some dont even have one..
    Anyway, i’ve allways trained balls to the wall and i think that its the only way to get the most out of it, but lately (im 35), i’ve been gettin more and more nagging injuries, shoulder, knee, elbow.. altough i tend to suck it up my mind tells me that it’s not the right way, i warm up, i stretch, i eat well, i use preety good form, i really dont know why this is happening..
    Do you recomend some other kind of stuff we can do to try and work thru this litlle injuries without having to stop ?
    Soft tissue therapy, ART, what ?
    My budget isnt that big..
    Keep it up !!!

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