I like that individual go to war mentality. I just don’t see it in today’s economy The desperation and the hunger.. Not just to be the best in the world but to eke out a living. We weren’t doing it for the money..! You have to think that, you know.. The SUFFERING and the PAIN and EVERYTHING else is gonna PAY OFF. When I went into training I had to stay there at 100% My approach was it was just straight forward I just went into the gym, attack the weights and I really just trained heavy. My style was never to be the strongest. Mine was always to be the best, I knew my limitations. I got up in the morning, did my cardio, went to the gym, came back, went to sleep, got up, eat, went to sleep, got up, eat, went back to the gym and came home and eat. And that was it. I needed to completely visualize myself going to battle in war. My style was finesse, completeness, balance and proportion. I focused on high repetitions and fast paced workouts. I could not outlift you but I tried to take you to the ground by dropsets. So that seemed to work for me. He encouraged me because he would always just be so polished. He would be SO POLISHED. Your posing it was just so beatiful and graceful the way you moved and everything. Kevin freaking 7 days out before a show would still freaking do 4 or 5 plates benching.. I’m like how the freak does he do that?