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There are many kinds of strength as I often write about and by working on all of them a little each day, their synergy begins giving you vast powers that don't come when you concentrate only on one attribute at a time – hence the word “synergy” is engaged.

Reinforcing all the qualities of strength through time is how you get more in touch with them and learn to master them all. The qualities of strength of mind and heart are the very ones that make your physical being exude muscular power. And, if you practice them every, day, they will get stronger and begin appearing in the way you talk, walk, and express your passion and inspiration to people. Without a doubt, you'll lift more weight and be physically stronger than you ever thought possible because of it. It's the road to take for peak performance in all you do and will bring you great happiness for building something that is lasting.

If you think for a second that that kind of thinking is Pollyanish gibberish, think how powerless you feel when you're emotionally hurt and angry compared to the strength that emits from every pour when your heart and thoughts radiate with happiness in all the things you do and think -here gratitude and well-being abound.

That's why it's important to master your mind and emotions as well as your physical strength. What good is muscular strength if you've left out character and a positive outlook that can inspire all around you? You'll die lonely and weak in more ways than one if you don't begin building other kinds of strength.

I had the most incredible parents. But, like all children didn't really realize the magnitude until later in life. They instilled in me great discipline and nurtured many kinds of strengths in the most loving ways. The way they did that is a whole article in itself.

But they taught me that you must discipline your mind to see the good things every day. Especially in this day and age where the news is relentlessly telling us how bad every facet of our world is, we need to erect impenetrable castle walls to defend our spirit against non-stop assaults on our positive outlook. That takes strength and discipline.

Our strength and vibrational health need defenses erected that can withstand the constant onslaught and we must be master and commander of what we put into our minds.

One of my most prized possessions is a wrinkled, stained, and torn poem that was one of my Mothers favorites and I will give it to you below. She kept it on the piano where she taught and inspired hundreds of students to play through the years while gently nurturing them to develop strength of character by getting involved in many other facets of their lives.

I had it framed and it sits in my office on top of my grand piano. It's no wonder music and strength go together as I teach in CoreForce Energy super strength training.

Building the great pyramids were built by putting one stone in place at a time. Just know that each day you're piling stones for your own monuments that either represent strength and positive outlooks or negative and pessimistic weakness of spirit. You have a choice which pile of stones you add to create your lasting moment of physical, emotional, and character strengths.

For me, I choose words like below to be the stones I stack up each day to create character and improve physical strength. I hope you will find passion and strength in these words as I do every day.


Promise Yourself


To be so strong that nothing can disturb your peace of mind. 

To talk health, happiness and prosperity to every person you meet. 

To make all your friends feel that there is something in them.


To look at the sunny side of everything and make your optimism come true. 

To think only of the best, to work only for the best, and to expect only the best. 

To be just as enthusiastic about the success of others as you are about your own. 

To forget the mistakes of the past and PRESS ON to the greater achievements of the future.


To wear a cheerful countenance at all times and give every living creature you meet a smile.

To give so much time to the improvement of yourself that you have no time to criticize others. 

To be too large for worry, to noble for anger, too strong for fear and too happy to permit the presence of trouble.


To Your Strength and Mastery, 

Garin Bader 

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Today I'm writing you from Cincinnati Ohio where we performed last night for some of the city's dignitaries and philantrophists including one who has met with 3 different Popes, founded the #1 school in the world for pediatric eye care, is world famous for his contributions to medical research and his devotion to try to wipe out preventable blindness in children, and even owns a key to the city given to him for all his contributions and giving eyesight to countless citizens here.

He's 84 years old and is a spitfire who swims every day for an hour and still is actively involved in contributing to people on high levels. His work inspires him and it shows in the incredible energy and enthusiasm that he exudes from his personality and his physical presence in spite of his age. But he also is constantly engaging his mind with creative solutions to new possibilites – a mental workout in a respect that makes improves strength in more ways than one.

It really is inspiring to see this kind of bounding energy and is a eye opener in more ways than one. He told me of his young years of training to be in the Olympics and being a brown belt in karate. Yet, he told me that his great quality of life he has now is a direct result of his thinking and being inspired by all the people he's saved from eye diseases that would have taken their sight without his help.

When we're young and healthy, we so often think we'll be like that seemingly forever. But, day by day many of us slack off a little here and there. The degrees and percentages are so small that we don't even notice. And then all of a sudden one day, we find that not only are our body is starting to feel great aches and pains but we're lacking that lust for life – the passion – the enthusiasm that once made us seem invincible.

It's enthusiasm, a lust for life, and keeping highly elevated thoughts that gives us super strength in many ways no matter what our age. But it too must be rehearsed to get better just as physical exercise.

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I was at the gym doing my cardio the other day when I saw the news flash that the 6ft 5 in, 21- year old Jamacan, Usain Bolt, who was nicknamed “Lightning Bolt” some time ago who brought the world 100 metres record down to 9.72 seconds. Unbelievably Stunning show of strength and speed.

It was quite a coincidence that earlier last week May 30, I had written to my subscribers about how you can gain almost instant speed and strength by modeling your physical movement not after human attributes but by things that have much more powerful qualities like Lightning. I called it “Relaxed Ligthning”.

As I always say in CoreForce Energy strength, your body responds to how you think. Imagine if your name was”Lightning Bolt”. Would you think different? Would you run different? Would you run faster? Would your entire workout change? Would you want to live up to the name to the best of your ability because newspapers and television were writing about you? Would you use muscle to achieve “Lightning Bolt” status? Or would you try to draw on other resources greater than you?

If you use too many muscles, you end up being slow, sluggish, and burning your energy too fast, too hot, and burn out quickly. Your movement is static, rigid, and constipated.

On the opposite end of the spectrum, when you try to relax by calming down instead of charging upwards, you don't have the high voltage charges necessary to activate your musculature powerfully enough

But if you could somehow generate fantastic power with the effortlessness of a lightning bolt, think how fast you'd be! Instead of just thinking about that, try to imagine your own nickname was “Lightning Bolt”. He obviously did. And look at the stats and how he smashed his competitors.

I'm sure you'd want to live up to that name if that was your nickname as he did. If you do only this one thing by imagining that your name was “Lightning Bolt” and hear the crowd calling out your name, see the newspaper headlines – I guarantee your next workout will be transformational.

In many of the news reports, they said Usain Bolt lived up to his name. No surprise…When you think differently – you get new results.

I can't guarantee you're going to smash world records with CoreForce Energy, but I can guarantee if you begin thinking differently with its techniques, you'll begin finding new resources of power and strength that lie buried inside you waiting to be released.

To Your Strength and Mastery,

Garin Bader

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