Thanks for visiting my site. My name is Clinton Downs and I’m the author of “May, I Work For You”, a book about the system I created and my experiences with it. Be sure to sign up for my free blog, follow me on social media, and check out the Kinobody programs.
“I’ve made up my purpose in life is to use my empirical empathy and captivating charisma to edify and usher others to becoming their own cure.“– Clinton N. Downs
When I was young I was skinny, timid, and I felt weak. I believed I was weak. I started gaining my first bit of confidence by playing sports with friends. My peers saw that I was athletic and began to respect me for that. I then struggled with being socially accepted. I was shamed for any and everything other kids could find to discredit me. I wasn’t mentally or emotionally strong so I did stand up for myself. This put me in a socially beta-state. I knew I had to “build” myself up even though I had no idea on how I was going to do it, nor did I know where to start. I first started with sports, then moved to breakdancing, then moved to rapping with my friends, I even joined the US Army at 19 years old. With girls, my standards were low and I would get with almost any girl just to truthfully say I had been with a girl. None of these things satisfied my desire for true confidence until I ultimately moved to personal development as whole. I created A Living System for lifestyle management so a person could focus on what they wanted to develop in themselves. When it came to fitness, I got certified as a personal training, got certified as a sports and exercise nutritional adviser, but I wasn’t building the physique I wanted. I stumbled upon Kinobody and was introduced to Greg through YouTube. I was instantly interested. Long story short, I decided to outsource my fitness to Greg through one of his programs, the Greek God Program. Through the GGP, I’ve gotten tremendously stronger, built bigger shoulders, and I’m able to keep training to a minimum so I have more time outside of the gym to focus on things that matter most to me, like my family.