THE ANCIENT GREEKS VALUED ATHLETIC & INTELLECTUAL ABILITY EQUALLY
A good citizen was virtuous in mind and in body; training was a civic duty, rather than a lifestyle choice.
The concept of “mind, body and soul” was not just a slogan to the ancient athletes, it was a way of life!
LIKE A STOIC
AS A SPARTAN, YOU WILL MOVE WITH VIGOR, TRAIN WITH POISE AND ENDURE HARDSHIP WITH A SMILE!
You will forge your muscles, strength and skill like Hḗphaistos forged the iron with his hammer.
Like Hercules, you will engage in challenging and rewarding heroic strength training that is structured and progressive.
Lift anything you like, grow in size, unleash the ZEUS within you, as you see the results shape you into a GREEK GOD!
GREEK GOD MINDSET!
Like The Philosopher King, Marcus Aurelius, you will step into your true power, the essence of what it means to be a leader, as you will have your true god given power unleashed and realized.
You will practice the same ancient wisdom that has inspired champions like The New England Patriots, to and geniuses like Elon Musk.
As a Stoic you will become unf*ckwithable with an open heart as you know yourself and what you stand for so well that you are unaffected by external events, people and circumstances.
"Do the right thing, everything else does not matter." - Marcus Aurelius
A life filled with manic focus on performance: from college football, strength coaching, MBA in leadership to cybersecurity sales. Always zeroing in on outworking everyone. Combined with a decade and half of self help work, bio-hacking, and heavy weights. Sebastian found an edge. Money, titles and success came quick, but the ego came with…
Death brought realizations… his mentor committed suicide. A family member died. This is what it took for him to snap out of a deranged reality, that his performance was everything, even more important than his wife (Sofia) and daughter (Athena), hence Safina.
Stillness, vulnerability and community brought him back. Integrity set him straight. Honor aligned him to live for something greater than himself and to give back.