There was once a person who loitered the streets of uneventfulness, who floated on the undulating tide of the nonspecific. This person often wondered about going out on a ledge and thought about taking risks but never did. Another thing this person never did was accomplish anything they valued. This person is us, Americans. I call it the grey-person syndrome. The American culture has become a series of stereotypes that we have been enslaved by. W..
As coaches, it is paramount to unravel the complicated web of ones ability to eat, move, and sleep efficiently. In order to do this, we cannot see in black and white. As students, we all have our unique master design and we spend our life working on making it better. We might even learn about selves and become wiser along the way. There is a quote by LL Cool J that describes his journey that we at TFW can relate to: “I'm not trying to keep up o..
In our busy lives we create the impressionable idea that we are masters of our universe... Undeniably, we do master, or attempt to master, a trade and develop a family but media plays too large a role in our health. Unfortunately, we look to the TV to influence what foods to eat and celebrities to shape visions of ourselves. At Training for Warriors, it is our responsibility to respond and help you emerge as master of your own health. Below, I wi..
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