I believe in training hard, and training smart, with no excuses. Too many people, are packed with reasons and stories as to why they can't train; it's too early in the morning, it's too hot or cold, I didn’t have enough to eat, or sleep, my head hurts, I can feel my back, my legs are too sore, and so on. Yes, of course listening to the body is important, however you need to draw the line between that, and developing a habit of creating excuses. This habit of creating alibis e
Often, I get asked “what is the best way to avoid a fight?” The best way of avoiding a fight is being a hard target. There are two parts of being a hard target. - situational awareness. Be aware of your surrounding area. By being alert to what's going on around you, most fights can be avoided from ever starting. An attack is hardly ever random, the attacker always chooses his victim. One of the main things the attackers search for, is someone who isn’t aware of the world arou
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