About Me

Fuck...where do I start?

I could go through my life story but who has time for that. Right?

​Let's start off with the basics.

My name is Ray Kingsman. I am 25 years old. 

I am in the midst of struggling in my twenties and finding my place in the world. 

Just like a bunch of you are. 

However, my race toward success started when I was chubby thirteen year old. 

Success Rebel Path Started At An Early Age. 

I was about 40 pounds over weight. I had bitch tits and small gut. I hated looking at myself in the mirror and was very scared to talk to anyone of the opposite sex. 

So in the fall of 2004, I decided to run 3 miles on my shitty treadmill, downstairs in the basement, everyday until I lost that fat. I coupled that with stoppage of eating sugary snacks and drinking soda everyday.  

I wanted results so badly that I did not care what it took to achieve it. I was willing to starve myself in order to achieve the body I wanted (Not that I suggest you do the same). 

Subsequently, I lost 40 pounds over the next 6 months. Now I was skinny and had a slightly less unappealing body. 

Now that I had lost weight, I had a body where I did not want throw up every single time I looked in the mirror. 

That was a milestone achievement for me for several reasons. It was the first time in my life where I worked toward a personal goal and achieved it. I did what I had set out to do.  

That, alone, made me very happy. 

But now wanted more. Now that I could achieve it. Why not?

That summer of 2005, my brother took me with him to the weight room. I learned how to lift weights and saw almost immediate results. Over the course of three months, my body completely transformed. 

I now had pecs (chest muscles), deltoids (shoulder muscles), biceps, abs, back muscles, strong thighs and calves, etc. I looked and felt amazing (Even though I was not really that big at the time at all). 

I was finally building a body that I was proud to show off to others. I liked looked at myself in the mirror now. Everyone noticed the changes in my physique. I really enjoyed being able to lift more weight time I went to the gym.

Thus, I became addicted to the results. I am sure this has happened to a lot of you guys who first start seeing results in the gym. I began working out for hours at time, multiple times a week. I wanted more results and pushed my body beyond it's limited. 

Over the course of less than 3 years, I went from 135 lbs to 175 lbs. I was 5'10" at the time (I am now 6'0"). I had put on a little bit of fat but I was still pretty lean overall. 

This is the extreme bodybuilding phase of my life that lasted just about 7.5 years. This was a constant obsession for me over high school and college. I constantly wanted to improve my looks, physique, and strength. 

What actually got me out of this phase was my transition into the corporate world. More on this another time.  

My work ethic and ambition when it came to bodybuilding spilled over into other areas of my life. Particularly, academics and career. 

If I can improve one area of my life, why can't I improve another. Right?

My whole life, I had been in special education programs. This was because I was terrible at reading comprehension assessments and not the best writer. 

So I was always put in two teacher classes. The second teacher (one assigned to the special education students) would hover over me like I was a retarded alien that needed translation and assistance on the simplest assignments. 

It made me feel dumb. I knew I as not dumb and I wanted to prove to those fucking special education advisers (...and really to myself) that I was not dumb. 

In the summer of 2005, going into my freshmen year of high school, I vowed to get the best possible grades I could while still being able hitting the gym.

I wanted to get straight As. Do well on the SATs.  Get into a good college. Start a great career. (Only to realize how meaningless all that was once I got into the corporate world.) Just so I could tell those special education department to fuck off.

(In retrospect, this was stupid because all they were trying to do was help me and ensure I was given the proper resources to do well in school. But I did not think that way at the time.) 

Needless to say, I did that. Got into a great university with a partial scholarship. Got good grades there. Did a lot internships and volunteer work. Got a well paying job out of college. Success right?

However, it was not until got the corporate world where my life really took a different turn. 

Until recently, I worked as a Data Analyst for a small consulting firm that leased me out (under contract) to a large government entity in Washington DC. 

When I started this job, I was excited to start earning and begin my career. However, that honeymoon phase ended within a few months. This played a part into why started using anabolics

I worked very hard to outperform at my job, only to realize that all my personal goals outside my career had fallen to the side. I lived for nothing else than to work toward making somebody else rich with the hopes of retiring before the age of 75. 

I realized I had been sold a big fat lie by society. I realized I wanted something different with my life.  

So I woke up. I decided to pursue other goals with my spare time and try to carve a path out of the corporate world forever. 

This blog will be a place where I can talk about my past experiences with my personal goals and log my current endeavors. Such as anabolics, penis enhancement, style, improving my physique, building this blog, etc. 

Everything on this website is "no bullshit" advice on how to improve yourself to maximize your happiness and enrich your life.

Those are the most important things at that end of day and I want to hammer that home to you guys.

The goal is to hold myself accountable to doing the work and give you guys detailed outlines and guides of what you can do to achieve the same results in things I have been successful at. 

I believe I swallowed the red pill and became a success rebel a long time ago. I suggest you join the movement as well. 

If you already have then stay tuned, I plan on getting very personal and detailed with you guys. I hope you enjoy Success Rebellion and all it has to offer you

Ray Kingsman.