Self-discipline is vital during the virus shutdown

No one likes to be confined and  no one knows that better than prison inmates.

They find a way to keep going, do you?

Even with the virus, you have much more freedom than a prisoner.

You can whine and bemoan your circumstances or you can take action to improve your life during this time.

So you are under a stay at home order, huh?

I am sure you have Internet, TV, plenty of food, and a safe place to sleep. Your family is probably with you, Is it really that bad?

Of course it isn’t! Discipline your self to workout with whatever you have at home.

Cinder blocks, bricks, bags of dog food, big bottles of water, etc. can all be used for weights.

Remember, you always have your own bodyweight, like you see these prisoners using  in the photo.

Another thing you can do is make your own equipment, like

or tire sled

or a mace

Whatever you choose to make or use, the point is have to use it.

Like Zach Even-Esh says, “Don’t just think about it, be about it!”

Get your workouts in 3 or 4 days a week and you’ll come out of the virus shut down

healthier and more fit than you were before.

If you want to learn how to use your mace, go to Mace Fit and see our many exercises. Sign up for our e-mail and get free workouts sent to you to do at home.

Also follow us on Instagram watch our crew doing the workouts.

Take action today! Don’t be a lazy, whiny, wuss!


Published by ironcave1

I was the owner of the Cave, a strength-based, veteran-owned, unconventional coaching facility, which closed on May 31, 2022 after almost 12 years. My full focus is now on bringing our steelclub and mace training called Mace Fit out to the public. Follow us at and @2slingsteel.

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