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THIS COULD BE LIFE CHANGING! HABITS; TOO WEAK TO BE FELT UNTIL THEY ARE TOO STRONG TO BE BROKEN!

Excellence is the Habit of Champions! “We are what we repeatedly do” Aristotle’s assertion was correct, he adds, “excellence therefore is not an act but a habit.” Liberate yourself by taking control of your thoughts, words, actions and habits. For your habits determine who you are and who you are determines your destiny. Comment, LIKE,… Read More ›

Sir Alex Ferguson: 10 Wise Words

“I’ve never played for a draw in my life.” – Sir Alex Ferguson Last week I witnessed the manager of my beloved team announce his retirement, after 27 years at it’s helm. Alex Ferguson has been manager of Manchester United since the year I was born, and I was born into a red jersey with… Read More ›

“ITS STILL YO MUTHA FU$KIN SET!”: CT Fletcher

“THERES 2 TYPES OF PAIN IN THIS WORLD. THE PAIN THAT HURTS YOU AND THE PAIN THAT CHANGES YOU!” – @CTTheTrainer Being a personal trainer has made me appreciate energetic and motivational people. I’ve discovered that people who have a story behind them tend to have lots of passion and energy. This passion and energy… Read More ›

Hardcore Ross the Boss

Over the years I’ve been inspired by many trainers, athletes and fitness enthusiasts. One of my my biggest influences however is Ross Enamait. His approach to fitness and his philosophy on training have greatly influenced me. Ross creates innovative high performance conditioning and strength development programs, with the idea of specificity in mind. We are… Read More ›

Hear It, See It, Achieve It

When it comes to achieving a goal and getting the job done, I’ve come across a lot of driven and focused women. If you put your mind to it ladies that goal you’ve been working on for so long is achievable. I know that women love quotes and that a good one can keep you… Read More ›

Billy Miske: A Fighter to the End

Very few know the story of this incredible fighter. He was known as Saint Paul Thunderbolt, and was a successful light-heavyweight and heavyweight fighter in the 1920s. Sadly, Miske’s career was cut short due to Bright’s Disease, a deadly kidney disorder. His family struggled financially following his retirement, and though doctors only gave him a few months to… Read More ›

The Bumpy Road

“It is not in the still calm of life, or the repose of a pacific station,that great characters are formed. The habits of a vigorous mind are formed in contending with difficulties.” – Abigail Adams The road less traveled is not as smooth as the route we regularly take. It is a bumpy challenging road. Habits work in a… Read More ›