The ability to become a body actor, or “golgos”, as the movie stars call themselves, is a highly competitive pursuit.
The film is set in the Philippines and the only way to make it big in the industry is to make a career out of it.
The first time I ever went to the theater was in the early 2000s, and that was to see The Last Samurai and I loved it.
I’ve never looked back.
I still keep going back to see it.
So I just keep trying.
And I think that is the challenge of becoming a Golgo, which is to get on the mat.
The other challenge is to keep yourself healthy.
I used to have tons of stress from my business and now I’m not so worried about that anymore.
When I first started out, I had a lot of stress.
I didn’t even know what I was doing.
I went through my whole career being a body-sport athlete and I did my best to keep it clean and clean and clear, to not have that.
Now, I have to keep my mind and body healthy because of all the stress that comes with it.
You see, in the film, there are scenes where I’m doing the pushups.
I’m pushing myself hard.
And the film does a great job showing how I push myself, how I train.
It shows the process of getting up off the mat, the training and the nutrition and all that stuff.
But the hardest thing is to be yourself.
It’s not like, you can go into a gym and you’ll be a bodybuilder.
It can be hard, and you know, that’s how it is.
I was very lucky in the beginning, because I was a body athlete in high school, so it was a lot easier.
But after high school I had to go into the business of being a Golgos, which I was trying to keep clean and healthy and I had an amazing coach and the best people, the biggest fans.
Now that I’m an adult, I’m much more aware of how I need to live my life.
If I’m really honest with myself, I don’t really care how I look.
I just have to have the right diet and the right amount of exercise and I can be happy.
So that’s the challenge.
You know, you just have all these things that come with it and you need to put that to work.
I think it’s about just doing the right things.