It all started in my garage. The year was 1979, and I wanted to make the world safer. I believed I could. And I started with one student. Six years later I moved to a small school in an industrial area in Montreal. It was 1985. This place was about 1500 sq/ft. […]
The only real fight is the one you haven’t gotten into yet…
Think about that.
For the past 30 years I’ve asked students, athletes, coaches, trainers this question:
“Are you training for your last fight? Or are you training for your next fight?”
*Its a path altering thought & one of my company’s pillar tenets […]
Relaxation is often directly linked to FEAR. But not the biology of fear – the ‘psychology’ of fear (how you think about fear and the thoughts it pollutes your mind with). You need to define what you fear. Then you need to address those fears. This process will lead to what I refer to as ‘relative relaxation’.
I had the great privilege of meeting COL Drew Meyrowich during a recent visit to Ft. Jackson. COL Meyrowich is a warrior’s warrior and took an interest in how our program emphasized and valued the cerebral, cognitive, emotional & psychological facets of a warrior’s arsenal as much, if not more than the physcial attributes. The COL […]
The mental side of combat is so vast and powerful that it quite literally determines your next move. Dan Millman wrote, “When faced with just one opponent and you oppose yourself… you’re outnumbered.” Powerful words. Your mind can be your ally or your most formidable opponent. Your thoughts can motivate you or they can create the Inertia State of psychophysical paralysis.