This weekend I'm heading to the Boston Summer Open, and I'm feeling excited and optimistic.
Injuries, illness, tournament struggles, and all the other obstacles I faced earlier this year seem like a distant memory now.
This was a great week of training, with lots of new skills, a visit to a different gym, and a relaxing recovery day.
This week was all about ramping up my training and cleaning up my diet. My next big tournament is just around the corner.
I jumped right back into training this week, and I'm glad I did. I've also been having success with setting small daily goals for my training.
I decided to take some time off this week for recovery, self-evaluation, and planning my next steps.
After my competition last week at the New York Open, I can't wait to get back out there and do my thing.
Thirteen weeks of traveling, rolling, drilling, dieting, and killing my strength and conditioning program all came together this week at the New York Open.
I don’t like man bashing, especially since my teammates at my gym are so awesome. But the fact is some guys are dicks.
Aside from a minor back strain, I'm feeling confident and ready for the New York Open this weekend.
This weekend I will not lose due to lack of training, conditioning, nutrition, or focus. I won’t lose because I beat myself.
I don't claim to have a perfect record in muay Thai. So here's what I think there is to take from a fight, even if you walk away with a loss.
Awake & Evolve Workouts
Mature Athlete Workouts
MMA & BJJ Workouts
Special Forces Workouts
Sport Specific Workouts
Strength & Conditioning Workouts