While preparing to give my Vestibular Reset and Joint Mobility seminar at Constant Motions in Sarasota, FL I had a chance to get to know my friend Vince Uttermohlen a little better. Among the many things we talked about in setting up for the seminar was his Russian Systema experience and how mobility and being
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For 8 weeks prior to my Navy Physical Readiness Test (PRT) I developed a program focused exclusively on Tire Flipping. If you have been following these articles then you know that the main goal was to achieve 100 consecutive tire flips with the 300lb tire with an emphasis on tying the breath to the movement.
I was training at the base gym of US SOUTHERN COMMAND using all the explosive moves that will be part of Extreme Military Fitness – Elite. There was only one other person in the so-called functional fitness area. As I was doing my circuit filled with sprawls, explosive clean and presses, pitbulls with the bungee
I have attended a lot of seminars and trained with a lot of people. Some of them are well known and some are little known secrets. I always enjoy my interactions with these individuals as it allows me to see their human side, feel their energy, and get to pick their brains. One thing I
Being in the Navy allows you to meet a lot of interesting people with different backgrounds, training experience and skills sets. One thing that you come away with when interacting with people who are doing the tough, physically demanding jobs that Hollywood makes movies about is that there is NO one way to train. I
Just as important as raising your mental toughness is increasing your recovery quotient. Here are some ways I have found from personal experience to increase recovery. Try them out and let me know how they work for you. 1. Have a do nothing day I originally got this idea from one of Bruce Lee’s books.