View Full Version : A new member but a long term fan
01-20-2007, 03:33 AM
My name is Wes Tower. As far as background, most of my fitness training comes from 16 years of military service, and a long term interest in Okinawan Karates and Baguazhang. A close friend of mine introduced me to clubbell and Cicular training about a year ago. I'll admit to only having dabbled in light training regimes with it so far, but I'm going to try to take the training far more serious these days. After hitting 36 and finding that the regimes I did when younger were just to damaging to my general health.
01-20-2007, 06:45 AM
And were looking forward to your participation on the forum.
01-20-2007, 06:50 AM
Welcome to the forum!
I'll admit to only having dabbled in light training regimes with it so far, but I'm going to try to take the training far more serious these days. After hitting 36 and finding that the regimes I did when younger were just to damaging to my general health.
CST will take on a whole new life once you dive into consistent practice while seeking the 7 training principles. I look forward to reading about your exploration.
01-20-2007, 07:21 AM
Welcome to the Forum, Wes.
Could you please adjust the signature in your profile so that it automatically signs your full real name to your posts? It's our forum policy. Seems to keep the trolls away when people are accountable for their comments. :)
What part of the world are you in?
And how can we help you to get on track to health-first fitness?
01-21-2007, 09:58 PM
You'll be happy to know there are a lot of different age groups in CST. Many of us probably went thru what you are going thru which may be evident by checking around the forum.
Feel free to ask questions, provide comments, or just simple be curious.
We're a good bunch of people willing to share!
01-22-2007, 07:55 AM
Welcome, Wes, and thank you for your 16 years of service. Don't ever think it wasn't appreciated.
Looking forward to hearing from you more!
02-08-2007, 07:47 AM
At the moment I'm in Afghanistan working at Bagram Air Field. The real headaches is trying to cultivate a good work out regime that uses the CRT methods with what's available to me. Most of the gyms are filled with static weight lift equipment and little else beyond cardio machines such as bikes, elliptical, and treadmills.
02-10-2007, 11:09 AM
We actually have a CST Instructor in Afghanistan, if you can believe it. I'm not that familiar with the geography of the country in terms of your deployments, though, so not sure how far apart you'd be. His name is Jeffry Larson, you can find him here on the forum.
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