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Efficacy and leverage drive my desire. How can we get that perfect punch in motion with maximum power. It’s cool to have knockout power from a static position….but it’s way cooler if you can generate it while moving. I work … Continue reading
I enter and the steam hits my face obliterating the cold outside. Fist bumps around, smiling faces involved in their tasks. Coaches walking around filling the gaps of unknown with simple instruction. Adding encouragement, useful criticism and a dose of … Continue reading
6 years in the game with my own business. 17 years in boxing. 17 years and more of growth! Failure and more growth- success and more growth……..tons of growth. My motivation is community. It’s serving my fellow humans in the … Continue reading
October gold all around as the wind wisps lighter objects on the ground up into the air and violently returns them to the earth. The sun through the windows feigns a balmy outdoors. Stepping outside feeling the prick of cold … Continue reading
We are a no nonsense gym. Deeply rooted in community efforts. When you come here, we are committed to helping you find your most powerful leverage. “If You Are Working On Something That You Really Care About, You Don’t Have … Continue reading
Marketing’s sole purpose is to create a feeling of demand for a product. Sometimes, the demand can be false and embellished via marketing campaigns– leading to an actual demand that perpetuates itself. Body image changes with our societal conditioning. We … Continue reading
Sitting in the wallows of self pity sometimes feels good- for a moment anyway. It’s nice to curl up and wrap the blanket around my whole body, snug, tight, compact and protected. It’s soothing to lie still, to feel hurt, … Continue reading
I was 17 when I took the job at the nursing home. I was living a lost life and the nursing aid job, sports and high school studies kept my head barely above water. My senior year I worked night … Continue reading
Who do you spend time with? How do they make you who you are? James Altucher calls this your ‘scene.’ As Jim Rohn put it, you are the average of the five people you spend the most time with. As … Continue reading