Ever wonder what it’d be like to have The Ultimate Warrior for your personal trainer? Regardless of how you answered, the band “Asking Alexandria” now knows exactly what it’s like.
Warrior’s routine is ultimately (pun intended) fairly basic— it doesn’t get more elementary than squats, pushups, and running— but given the subjects being trained, it’d be a stretch to think they’d be able to perform much more.
What’s lacking in complexity is more than made up for in intensity and psychology on Warrior’s part — the guy’s real name is Warrior, and probably hasn’t ever been accused of being a normal human (watch WWE’s “The Self-Destruction Of The Ultimate Warrior” for more on that). But if you can cut past the crazy, Warrior is a guy who can get you in the zone like few other people can, even after all these years.
As I’ve discussed before, motivation — no matter what yours is — can often be the difference between accomplishment or failure.
When you train, can you push yourself, or do you need someone like Warrior to beat it out of you?