Tribal Training Merch! Action, Environment, Potential
3 custom designs and what they represent
The first Tribal Training merch line is here!
I came up with 3 designs that all represent an aspect of achieving success and fulfillment in life.
Action. Environment. Potential.
I’m going to highlight each design and explain:
what it represents
where I got the inspiration from
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The Action design stands for swinging away and making progress.
The simple design represents focusing on what you can control.
Blocking out the noise is at least half the battle. Just focus on you and make a move!
You can accomplish absolutely anything you set your mind to…
If you can learn to focus and take action.
My inspiration for this design concept comes from Jack Butcher's Visualize Value.
Jack’s graphics have inspired me to focus, act and keep going.
The Environment design stands for putting yourself in circumstances that demand you evolve.
I wanted to be disciplined, courageous, patient and not dominated by impulse.
So I threw myself into triathlon, an environment that demanded I acquire those character traits.
My inspiration for this design comes from James Clear's book, Atomic Habits.
It taught me that achieving success is not about trying harder to having more will power.
Success comes from putting yourself in an environment that encourages natural progress toward your goals.
The Potential design stands for choosing the hard road and chasing personal excellence.
The fully custom design shows the Hercules Farnese statue with my bike in place of his club and lion skin.
The choice between Vice and Virtue is our eternal human struggle.
Am I going to do what’s easy? Or am I going to do what will make me better?
We struggle with this choice the same way Hercules did in 1300 BC.
Endurance guided to me living a Virtuous life that feels satisfying to live.
It’s not about the bike. It’s about what the bike brings out of me.
My inspiration for the design comes from the preface of Ryan Holiday’s book, Discipline Is Destiny.
He tells the story of when Hercules arrived at the crossroad of Vice and Virtue, chose Virtue and began to change the world.
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