We all have “those days”. Times when we are not our best allowing us to complain endlessly to those who are forced to render an unwanted ear. I am fortunate to meet and train many people. They all have a common interest, which is to become a better version of themselves. However, I have noticed a difference between the two. There are those who have disabilities or physical issues, and those who do not. When it comes to bettering themselves, I find those with “true” physical problems are the ones who give 100 percent of their ability to better themselves. They proceed without “bickering” in order to rebuild what they have lost.
On the other hand, those who have no issues (in my opinion), complain before they begin the procedure. These are some of the statements:
They look at others who have changed their bodies for better; “How long did it take them? “. They want to devote as little time and effort as possible to change even though they have been in their situation for decades.
They complain about food before knowing what would be instructed for them to eat. “I have to eat a lot of protein (chicken) and vegetables right? That’s what my friend’s friend said “(who I do not know and they do not train).
Without knowing the price, they ask, “Do you give discounts?” They are willing to spend money at restaurants and alcohol without questioning the cost. And not realizing we charge less than half of others in the same field.”
Refuse2BFeeble.org and BETTER U were created to give a positive voice to those whose voice has been silenced because of disabilities. To assist in helping others who want to rebuild that which was lost. To be “normal”. I have been blessed to hear and see the positive results of these actions. We will one day pass on more stories of these people. Today I would like to share you words from Chris.
“I’m 34 and been on dialysis since 2010… I’ve always been optimistic but lately I’ve been doubting how much longer I can do this for. So, I saw your videos and would like to get bigger, stronger, and fight for my life instead of laying around.. If you see myself on instagram most people would never guess but, I push every ounce of me to catch up with my friends.. I want to upgrade to not giving every ounce just to catch up.”
“I’m an only child and I was already on dialysis for 2 years when my dad got put on dialysis… unfortunately he only lasted 4 1/2 years… We went to the same dialysis center. Its been a year and a few months since his death .. Now I have no family but, I do want to have one and be there for them. I came across your YouTube and decided to make a change..”
“I’d be happy to sport the refuse2bfeeble while I go on this strengthening journey.”
“I’m the one person you’ve encouraged.”
Chris G Ream
Life sometimes is hard. Sometimes not fair. It can beat you relentlessly without mercy. However, true giants, warriors who’s name have gone down in history rose to the challenge and destroyed the advisory. Is there a DAVID in you?
Chris, you’ve got this! Keep fighting because a “Change Gonna Come”.