Archive for September, 2013

Better than the Crossfit Challenge

Monday, September 23rd, 2013

Despite conducting an intelligent discussion regarding the dangerous prevalence of rhabdomyolysis, one zealot decided to become enraged and challenge me to compete at the Crossfit games in order to prove the superiority of TACFIT. 1. I've never claimed TACFIT is superior to Crossfit, as they have two entirely different goals: Crossfit ...

L-Sit to Skinner

Sunday, September 22nd, 2013

Nothing impressive here. Working on maintaining my shoulder pack while moving into and out of an L-sit via a Skinner. Still accelerating a little too much initially, but the smooth efficiency finally switched on. a2a_linkname="L-Sit to Skinner";a2a_linkurl="http://www.rmaxinternational.com/flowcoach/?p=1817";

Let Go or Be Dragged Down

Sunday, September 22nd, 2013

 Have you ever kept doing the same workout because you didn't want to lose your results of you hard work? Everyone has and does, because in every workout, over 2-3 months, you experience: 1. RAPID PROGRESS, in the first weeks as you switch on your nervous system to the activity; 2. SLOWING ...

Learning disabilities are concealed learning styles!

Saturday, September 21st, 2013

This morning, I responded to a wonderful mother of a dyslexic. I understand very well the family hardships and socio-educational hurdles of being labelled “learning disabled.” But allow me to express my excitement for another translexic in the world. We only have “difficulty” (dys) with verbally conceptualizing when forced into a ...

Self-Control = Self-Respect

Friday, September 20th, 2013

  I received a message from a "mind control expert" who, over the past few days, had a vitriolic tantrum; exploding expletives and degrading remarks about my family. His rationale was that he "got pissed and lost control." I am a fighter; yet, I fear every fight I encounter. In my experience, ...

Is it Epic?

Friday, September 20th, 2013

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=639952686035522&set=a.639455982751859.1073741831.134386443258818&type=3&theater The toughest grappler I ever fought was blind; fingers like impossible vices, senses superhuman heightened by the removal of vision. He knew where you intended to move before you began from even the slightest muscular anticipation. I couldn’t imagine how he could be so successful. Allowing me to tutor him by ...

Reject Poison. Take Medicine.

Friday, September 20th, 2013

Circumstances decide who you meet in life. Heart decides who you want in life. Choices decide who stays in your life. I struggled for a very long time against the circumstances in my life, but as I moved closer to those things and people which had impassioned my heart, I ...

45lbs Clubbell Head Cast - Core Activation

Tuesday, September 17th, 2013

Heavy Clubbell training is often neglected because: 1. Many people lack full shoulder mobility. 2. Many people have significant strength deficits in full shoulder range of motion due to diminished capacity in movement. 3. Many people lack sufficient grip strength pulling THROUGH the grip (like in a tug of war) rather than merely ...

Meditate in a “hurry”

Sunday, September 15th, 2013

Need to relax in a hurry but not mentally able to realize that's a paradox? Like most of us with high performance lifestyles - work, family, training, nutrition, social obligations and personal development can make time feel like a scarce commodity. Ironically to gain more time, take space. By emotionally ...

Results = Fun + Work

Sunday, September 15th, 2013

This article is NOT what it seems to be, so keep reading. Name the best time to exercise: the AM or in the PM? Those who workout in the morning tend to be more consistent; those who workout in the evening tend to have more fun but quit. Despite what ...