mirin forever

anonymous asked:

What do u think about zyzz brah ?? Just ur point of view on him.."we're all gonna make it" -ZYZZ

Great inspiration brah. The guy literally motivated thousands of people (probably millions) to get in the gym.

For those who don’t know Aziz Shavershian a.k.a Zyzz, check his transformation

The guy went from 0 to hero with hard work and dedication. Unfortunately, he died in 2011 in Thailand at the age of 22.

He was very popular in the fitness industry and people liked him for his strong personality. His mindset was:

“Everybody, one day will die, and be forgetton. Act and behave in a way that will make life interesting and fun, fuck a mundane predictable life working monday to friday with something you derive no pleasure from; just living life out till you grow old and wither away.

Find a passion, form relationships, dont be afraid to get out there and fuck what everyone else thinks, trust me its alot more fun that way.

Dont ever pay people out or put people down. Instead just put yourself up and let the haters do their thing. Id rather be a person thats hated on, than a person that does the hating. A wise man one said.. Haters gonna hate!”

I personally didn’t know the guy when I started lifting, I was more inspired by fitness models/bodybuilders like Greg Plitt, Arnold…

But when I discovered him, I really liked his mindset: “Do you thing and fuck what others think”. I enjoyed his videos when he was flexing and dancing on chatroulette.com, that was fun. I also often use some term he made popular, such as: “fuark”, “u mirin brah”, “why u mad brah”, “we’re all gonna make it”

However, I’ve heard and read on forums that when he was starting to become popular he sold custom nutrition/workouts plan to clients but never sent them. Not hating or anything, the only thing I “didn’t like” is that he said he was natural while he was using (but a lot of people do it these days ..)

Check our motivation section and search for ‘zyzz’ -> 


RIP - Forever mirin brah