Greg Plitt – You Live as Long as you are Remembered

In the words of Greg Plitt, “You live as long as you are remembered.”

The thing about life is that you are going to die but your legacy lives on. You have one life so make the most of it, reach your goals until you reach the finish line and be victorious.

In life you go after things, you fail but you just need to keep trying.

Failure is part of the recipe for success.

Winners and losers both fail, the difference is that winners never quit, they get up and just do it again.

Making dreams a reality is simply taking one step at a time.

Stop running, the potential is inside of you, it is always inside of you.

You must believe in yourself to be the person now so that others remember you later.

Put the work in now so you never wonder what if.

Do not run by the clock but by your desire to go somewhere.

“You only live once but if you live it right, once is enough.”

Greg Plitt was an American fitness model, actor, entrepreneur, motivational speaker and former Army Ranger. He appeared on the cover of over 250 magazines and inspired others on fitness, motivation, nutrition and wellness. Greg educated others on the mind body connection, the importance of fitness and diet. Greg appeared in over 25 commercials as well as on the big screen with Hollywood heavyweights, Sylvester Stallone, Robert DeNiro and Christian Bale.

Greg’s special talents included:

  • Retired U.S Army Ranger and Company Commander
  • Certified in/as Airborne Combat, Air Assault, Mortar Leaders Course, Master Fitness Trainer, Weapons Expert
  • Combat Lifesaver
  • All American High School Wrestler
  • Westpoint Skydiving Team – 700 jumps
  • Furniture Maker
  • Owned a Landscaping Business
  • Played the guitar
  • Golf Club Champion
  • Certified Scuba Diver
  • Skilled in horse riding, football, boxing, volleyball, baseball, all water sports, rock climbing and stunts.

Sadly, Greg died at the age of 37 whilst filming a shoot on a train track. The train conductor sounded his horn and slammed on his brakes but for some unknown reason Greg did not get off the tracks. Greg was pronounced dead at the scene.

During Greg’s 37 years, no one can dispute that he lived an incredibly impressive and active life, choosing to serve and inspire others.  He will be forever remembered and thanks to Mateusz M for compiling the motivational video featuring Greg Plitt.

 

 

 

Advertisements