About us

The Average Club

So you're average huh... Welcome to the club! Everyone has their special skills and talents, and I'm sure you worked really hard to get to where you are now. But sometimes you work really hard at something, like working out for example , and it's almost like you're missing a piece of the puzzle. You get yourself feeling down and maybe you decide to quit. You think yeah that was fun and I did something good for my health,  but I'm never going to be as good as "that guy". But hey, having fun is half the fun (coincidentally it's also the other half too).
Here at The Average Club, we decided to celebrate the effort you put into something, rather than the result. We're the people that look at bodybuilders, model and professional athletes and think, "Man it sure would be cool to do what they're doing, but hey pizza is pretty cool too." We understand that not everybody always has the time, dedication, or the consistency to become the best of the best. We like to think of ourselves as the best of the alright, it's better than being the worst!

Don't take this the wrong way, we aren't saying you should give up on everything and live a mediocre life. We're just saying that sometimes you gotta let go of chasing #1 and be happy with how far you've already come! Every pro was once average, and some of them might've even been the worst. If you think about it, you're halfway there! It's a long journey to become the best version of yourself and it takes years, but there's no harm in having a good time on your way there. It's okay to be okay, it's alright to be alright, and it's average to be average!

So don't ever feel bad for being yourself, don't ever get down in the dumps for failing at something new. We've all been there, and we're here to share this message; Remember that there are people that love you and care about you. All those special  skills, talents and hobbies you have (good and bad) make you YOU. At the end of the day no matter what, you can always count on them (and us), to tell you, "Hey, you're alright."