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Mark Wahlberg - Intensity Commitment and Pride (Motivational Video

Mark Wahlberg - Intensity Commitment and Pride (Motivational Video


"We all start out equal. Little blobs of blood and muscle. It's a setup of awesome potential. Most people never develop that potential. I knew early on I was not most people. There you go, there you go, yes. Common big man, work it baby, common let's go. Because if you're willing to do the work you can have anything. If it's during the week I want to be out of the gym by seven o'clock, getting ready to take my kids to school. I've always liked doing it first thing. You know, start my day like that. I get up and done."

"The one thing that Mark has that's truly makes him part of that athletic community, that pro athlete, is his mindset. You can't deny mindset, you can't deny that variable of intensity, commitment and pride. "

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