Oct 07, 2016 @ 09:32

@horsepowerandbarbells ・・・ Before the "garage gym revolution" and before the sport of fitness actually became a mainstream event, there was Project Deliverance in 2007. I recall posting some of these photos on Facebook back in the day and got all sorts of messages: "Why are you working out in a garage?" "What are you guys doing? I wanna be a part of that." Heavily inspired by Gym Jones, myself and a group of my friends got together, combined our resources, and trained together for 12 weeks out of my parents garage. Many of us were athletes and were training for upcoming seasons of competition. This was the only place we could listen to loud music, drop weights, and sweat and bleed everywhere. That sort of behavior was totally foreign about 10 years ago. // Moreover, we were pursing this idea that we didn't have to conform to this model of graduate high school, go to college, and be successful. Honestly, just settling down scared the hell out of all of us. So, we did what we knew and loved: trained hard all the time. For many of us, that's become how we put food on the table and pay the bills. But that same idea remains, if you don't absolutely love what you're doing, then quit, and go after what you really want to do. You can't really fail if you stay after it and keep trying. Project Deliverance started out as a bunch of punk kids training in a garage and chasing some dream. Now, it's a full blown training facility with over 100 members total and even more remote clients. So stay after it, don't settle for less. Stay inspired. Keep that fire burning every day. //

#Repost @horsepowerandbarbells ・・・ Before the "garage gym revolution" and before the sport of fitness actually became a mainstream event, there was Project Deliverance in 2007. I recall posting some of these photos on Facebook back in the day and got all sorts of messages: "Why are you working out in a garage?" "What are you guys doing? I wanna be a part of that." Heavily inspired by Gym Jones, myself and a group of my friends got together, combined our resources, and trained together for 12 weeks out of my parents garage. Many of us were athletes and were training for upcoming seasons of competition. This was the only place we could listen to loud music, drop weights, and sweat and bleed everywhere. That sort of behavior was totally foreign about 10 years ago. // Moreover, we were pursing this idea that we didn't have to conform to this model of graduate high school, go to college, and be successful. Honestly, just settling down scared the hell out of all of us. So, we did what we knew and loved: trained hard all the time. For many of us, that's become how we put food on the table and pay the bills. But that same idea remains, if you don't absolutely love what you're doing, then quit, and go after what you really want to do. You can't really fail if you stay after it and keep trying. Project Deliverance started out as a bunch of punk kids training in a garage and chasing some dream. Now, it's a full blown training facility with over 100 members total and even more remote clients. So stay after it, don't settle for less. Stay inspired. Keep that fire burning every day. // #WelcometotheProject #ProjectDeliverance #GymJones #TheMindIsPrimary #ThrowbackThursday


    Oct 06, 2016 @ 13:08

    300 seconds of Ring FLR: One of the most effective shoulder and trunk strengthening exercises out there. // // ? @horsepowerandbarbells

    300 seconds of Ring FLR: One of the most effective shoulder and trunk strengthening exercises out there. // #WelcometotheProject #GymJones #TheMindIsPrimary #Isometric // ? @horsepowerandbarbells