Archive for the ‘flow’ Category

My Flow: How it Changed My Life, and May Yours, Too

Friday, May 20th, 2011

Welcome again, my friends, I'm 41 and in the best shape of my life. But I'm not a unique phenomenon. I'm no fluke. There are other athletes out there who are challenging the mentally-imposed barriers of what youthful aging means. Youth is defined by the ability to adapt and remain in flow. Old ... MMA Boxing and Sambo

Wednesday, March 10th, 2010

The hosting the US Martial Arts Team tryouts for the 2010 World Martial Arts Games. Myself, Brandon Jones and Dennis Haggard teaching Sambo and Boxing., Scott Sonnon Friend me on Facebook, Follow me on Twitter a2a_linkname=" MMA Boxing and Sambo";a2a_linkurl="";

Why I Got Started in Martial Arts

Monday, December 28th, 2009

Doctors claimed my joint pain related to osteochondrosis, which basically means as I grew my connective tissue didn't adhere to my growth plates like normal children and causing conventional sports and athletics to shred me, requiring my mother to rub my joints with liniment nightly as I screamed through tears ...

Scott Sonnon’s Ultimate Conditioning DVD Series

Tuesday, December 8th, 2009

Scott Sonnon's Ultimate Conditioning DVD Series Coming to Crush Weakness in Muscles Near You! From the Desk of Raymond Horwitz, Black Belt Magazine: Scott Sonnon DVD Series Explores World of Ultimate Conditioning "Coming soon from Black Belt Magazine Video are three new martial arts conditioning DVDs from fitness expert Scott Sonnon that will take viewers ...

How-to Walk the Tightrope of Perfection

Saturday, October 10th, 2009

Due to my genetic disadvantages, I needed to exploit every technological (training) advantage possible. This included the hormonal edge of training. Though my opponents may have been physically superior, tapping into the hormonal cascade helped me super-charge my skills beyond that of my competition. But it's a fine line, a ...

Fitness that Matters: Body-Flow

Sunday, October 4th, 2009

Does your fitness matter? Asking this question, many people defer to primal movements, to sylvan retreats in the woods and camo-covered camps. Many need to rediscover running barefoot, climbing trees, jumping across rocks, swimming through rapids, and crawling across the earth. But that's only a rudimentary step, if not merely nostalgic; ...

Plandomize: 80% Benefits from Last 20% Skill

Monday, September 28th, 2009

Some may have misunderstood the sample workouts I've posted on my blog. This was never meant to become a WOD: Workout of the Day. With WODs, you may receive initial fitness benefits from new exercise due to the novelty to the nervous system experiences. This is the "muscle confusion" that ...

Alignment with 4 Causes = Guaranteed Success

Sunday, August 9th, 2009

If you want to succeed in your life, then consider this suggestion: align yourself to universal truth, God-consciousness, innate scientific principles, however you want to couch the term... and you'll guarantee success. Just step into the current of causality, and turn your rudder so that you "go with the flow" ...

PART II: How to Cycle Your Training Efficiently

Friday, June 26th, 2009

What are You Fit For? Before you start rattling off desires for less fat, sexy abs, stronger arms, bigger chest... this isn't asking you, why do you want to be fit(ter). It's asking you to what specific purpose does your fitness point. Training is always specific, like we discussed in the ...

Do You Know How to Cycle Your Training Efficiently?

Wednesday, June 24th, 2009

Do you know how to cycle your training efficiently? Perhaps you do, effectively, but efficiently? Most "periodization" models have such stark, dramatic steps between the compartments of their training that from an objective point of view appear to be a string of different programs, rather than a cascade of seamlessly ...