Stuck in a rut? A big hole going nowhere? You can get out and stay out and thrive... But, you have to take the wheel yourself! You must take control of "your" life! Don't expect others to do it for you because they are busy taking care of themselves. So if your ready then take that first step with confidence and remember that you need consistent forward steps. Some with long strides and some short but consistently forward! Enjoy!
Not every workout should be about lifting heavy or punching hard! When your in that ring or cage, your going to, sometimes, just have to last another round while you recoup from a tough one where you gave it everything!
There’s No Crying in Boxing – 2/7/1997 By K. Thor Jensenr One of the most colorful men in the history of boxing is Oliver McCall, the man known as the “Atomic Bull.” McCall has enjoyed a turbulent career in the ring, but his most amazing -- and bizarre -- moment was his rematch with Lennox Lewis in 1997. McCall had beaten Lewis in an upset in 1994 for the WBC title, so there was a lot on the line.
If you’ve had a chance to see “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice”, you were probably struck by Bruce Wayne/Ben Affleck/Batman’s intensive workout scene. And if you haven’t had a chance to see it, I should start out be mentioning that this article has minimal spoilers. You already know that Batman fights Superman, and it shouldn’t ruin anything to let you know that the Dark Knight goes through a heavy-duty workout to prepare for the faceoff. Which makes sense—you’d have to be pretty built to take on the Man of Steel.
Have you ever had a day that you just satisfied all your cravings and binge ate foods that you knew deep down were not good for you to be eating? I think it’s safe to say most people have. It’s the feeling after you indulge that is important to be aware of. The lethargic feeling that eventually leads to your body telling you you’re still hungry shortly after.
If you’re a fitness professional such as a personal trainer, nutritionist, or yoga teacher, success is determined largely by the amount of knowledge and motivation you have to offer. That means two things—bolstering your skill set with new certifications, and spending time around other pros who are just as excited about the industry as you.