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Chris Duffin


Personally I've been blessed with many hardships and challenges in my life. Most people might look at adversity as negatives but it is truly a gift that gives you appreciation for what you have. This is so evident when you look around society today. Having that perspective forged in hardship is something not everyone has the opportunity to enjoy. Be thankful when hardship strikes because overcoming it will give you the strength necessary to achieve your dreams. Yes life can break you if you're not strong enough but that is what makes overcoming life's challenges all the more rewarding. The more adversity you experience and then overcome, the stronger you will be.

Many people dream big, but to achieve those dreams you also have to dream small. It is those small incremental steps every day that pave the way. To achieve this you must be consistent, but more importantly you must be passionate about the goals and life you want to live. Without that passion you will not maintain the consistency and often drudgery of all the small steps forward every day. The incremental and often unnoticeable self-improvement to make you capable of achieving those dreams gets muddled in to the simple 'maintenance tasks' of everyday life. That passion and consistency towards improving yourself, and stepping ever so closer to your goals, must remain the pillars of your life.

Living in comfort with everything taken care of is the dream of many, but it is simply death in disguise. If you are not striving and growing you are dying. Life is not about comfortably going through the day-to-day motions. It is to dream, to live, to express passion for what and whom you love. This is the Kabuki Warrior way to envision yourself as a warrior set out to see what you are truly capable of in life.

Because I am a doer and one who likes to live by example here is my life cliff notes along with links to a couple articles on my life. They do not delve much into my early upbringing, but I do hope to share this part of my life as the time becomes appropriate.


The Iron Game

Chris Duffin

Who is the Kabuki Warrior?

Intensity and Motivation!





Take 2 capsules in the morning with or without food, and 2 capsules 6-8 hours later.


Mix 1 Ultra-Concentrated Scoop (5.1 grams) with 4 ounces of cold water and consume 30-45 minutes prior to resistance training. Do this the first 3 times using the product. Beginning with the 4th use, if needed, you may gradually increase serving by a half scoop (2.55 grams), up to a total of 2 full scoops. DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES EXCEED 2 SCOOPS IN ANY 24 HOUR PERIOD OR USE MORE THAN 5 DAYS IN ANY 7 DAY PERIOD. Consume at least 125 fl. oz. of liquid per day for men and 91 fl. oz. of liquid per day for women. Contents may settle. SHAKE CONTAINER PRIOR TO EACH USE. Store in a cool dry place to prevent clumping and discoloration.



Mix 1 scoop (7.4 g) with your pre-workout, protein, post-workout drink, water, or favorite beverage once daily. Contents may settle after shipping. Shake container prior to use.