Strength Psychology By Mike Gillette

I think most people dismiss the reality of physical and mental training as
something that is not necessary, and these people will continue to get
weaker physically and mentally.

It’s impossible to stay  physically and mentally strong without
working on things that make you tough.

Once you think you know enough, you will start to slide backwards
down a slippery slope. Just like the college genius who thinks after
reading 40 books in 4 years and writes some papers they never have
to study again because they are forever smart.

These morons don’t realize everyday the world is changing and what they
learned sitting in a college class being taught by a college professor that
actually never worked in the real world they will soon be left behind, yet
telling everyone how smart they are.

A long time ago I decided to study and become the best I can be, I will
spend what ever is necessary to get better, to get ahead.

I also decided the only people I will learn from are from people
doing better than me, and have life experience in what they are
teaching, if they have never used what they are preaching then they
are of no value to me!

Mike Has Been Called “The Most Dangerous Man In The World”!


Mike Gillette is the real deal! Mike is a nice guy who has lived through
some tough times. I personally prefer someone more in your face
a guy with a rowdier personality but Mike Gillette, as nice as he is,
is a tough, tough man and deserves the attention of anyone looking
to build physical and mental strength.


I usually don’t buy DVD’s because I don’t like sitting in front of the TV
but spent a good amount of change on his ” Strength Psychology” course
and it is valuable. Most is not new but if a man as accomplished as
Mike speaks it, I will listen.

You know life is going to happen either way so why not make study
a part of your life?


I took this from Mike Gillettes website just so you can see his accomplishments:

About Mike

Mike Gillette’s life story reads like an action-adventure novel. A life which includes time spent as an
Army Paratrooper, SWAT Commander, Government Counter-Terrorism Expert, Bodyguard to
Fortune 500 Executives and a Record-Breaking Motivational Strongman whose feats have been
documented by Guinness World Records and Ripley’s Believe it or Not.

As both practitioner and purveyor, he is a pioneer in the field of mind skills. Through speaking, workshops
and one-on-one coaching, Mike Gillette teaches proprietary methods for breakthrough improvements in
mental performance. Contact Mike today to access his teachings for yourself or your team.


  • Mind skills trainer to elite military units, D1 athletes and members of Cirque du Soleil, Las Vegas
  • Author of the book “Mind Boss: Using the Tenets of Tough Thinking to Take Charge of Your
    Thoughts & Transform Your Life”
  • Author of the book “Rings of Power: The Secrets of Successful Suspension Training”
  • Co-Author of the book “The Seven Paths to Success: A Behind the Scenes Look at Success & Getting
    Everything You Want”
  • Developer of the “Psychology of Strength” Video Training Program sold in over 40 countries worldwide
  • Designed and delivered “Behavior Assessment Program” for Walt Disney Company
  • Former Director of Training, Institute for Security Studies; University of Nevada, Las Vegas
  • Former Director of Training, National Law Enforcement & Security Institute
  • Member of Martial Arts Masters Hall-of-Fame
  • Certified Hypnotist – International Certification Board of Clinical Hypnotherapy
  • Counter-Terrorism Subject Matter Expert for Department of Homeland Security and
    Transportation Security Administration
  • Interviewed by numerous media outlets including Forbes Magazine, The New York Post, CBS-TV,
    “Guinness World Records Unleashed”, Chicago Tribune and Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
  • Nutritionist for cast of reality television show “Fight Girls”
  • Developer of the ‘4-Dimensional Strength Training Protocol’
  • Former Physical Fitness Instructor – US Army
  • Former Police Academy Physical Fitness Instructor
  • Certified Fitness Trainer – 25+ years
  • Inventor of the Bowed, Ergonomic, Adjustable Strength Training Bar ‘BEAST Bar’
  • Black Belts in Jiu-Jitsu, American Kempo and Arnis


  • Air Canada
  • America West Arena
  • Caesar’s Palace Resort & Casino
  • Diamond Resorts International
  • Flamingo Hotel & Casino
  • Honeywell International
  • J.W. Marriott
  • JetBlue Airline
  • Las Vegas Convention & Visitors Authority
  • Las Vegas Motor Speedway
  • Luxor Hotel & Casino
  • Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino
  • MGM Grand Resort & Casino
  • Midwest Airlines
  • Mirage Resort & Casino
  • New York New York Hotel & Casino
  • Phoenix, AZ Art Museum
  • Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino
  • Qualcomm
  • Rio Resort & Casino
  • Riviera Hotel & Casino
  • Science Applications Intl. Corp. (SAIC)
  • SeaWorld San Diego
  • Southern California Safety Institute
  • Sprint Communications
  • Stardust Resort & Casino
  • Stratosphere Resort & Casino
  • Treasure Island Resort & Casino
  • Tropicana Hotel & Casino
  • United States Conference of Mayors
  • Unites Airlines
  • Venetian Resort & Casino
  • Walt Disney Company
  • Wynn Resorts International


Department of Homeland Security (DHS)

  • DHS Office of Domestic Preparedness
  • DHS Office of Grants and Training
  • Drug Enforcement Administration
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation
  • United States Air Force
  • United States Army
  • United States Department of Agriculture
  • United States Marine Corps
  • United States Marshall’s ServiceAnd the author of Rings Of Power which I also own!—Building-Sustainable/dp/


So if you want to grow tougher start reading and watching men of strength!

Check out Mikes stuff!

Toughness Builds Winners

Johnny Grube


  1. hey grube, how about doing 22 one arm push ups per arm for the military??? can you do it???

  2. Just did 22 One Arm Superman Pushups for the military. I have no need
    to do many 1 arm pushups so why waste my time?

    You can show me your video if you want, or direct me to your youtube channel.

  3. I’m 38 and just got into routine dedicated fitness and calisthenics I would love to be super fit but feel like I’m running out of time, I noticed massive improvement in 3 months though. Thanks for the info it helps.

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