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Two a days


How to create a two-a-day exercise program that keeps you out of the gym. A common request I get is for workout tips while traveling. Many people have a good routine going at home and are able to eat and train consistently in their familiar gyms and in their own kitchen or at the restaurants …

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An Outside Expert

I’m pretty good at assessing and writing programs for clients. It’s something I do daily, as I have for years. I’ve successfully trained people doing everything from rehabbing shattered shoulder blades to winning a Bellator Fighting World Championship. There is one person though, that I really just shouldn’t write programs for: Myself. It’s incredibly difficult …

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Combat Psychology and Sports Performance

“Everybody has a plan until they get punched in the face.” — Mike Tyson Picture a large plastic zip tie, about an inch wide. The smaller versions are sometimes used to tie garbage bags; soldiers and police officers use the large ones to restrain people. Anyone could figure out how to thread a zip tie: …

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Freedom: The Ability to Let That Which Does Not Matter Truly Slide “A man is rich in proportion to the number of things which he can afford to let alone.” – Walden Every year from mid-June to mid-July in Southwestern Alaska millions of salmon migrate from the ocean, some ranging from as far away as Japan, and …

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Building the Pattern

  This video is from the Red Bull Rampage Downhill Mountain Bike competition held periodically in Virgin, Utah. It’s an amazing sight. These guys are taking what many of us assume to be a relatively simple process-riding a bicycle-and bringing it to a level of skill and fearless precision that is almost inhuman. Their rides …

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