Andrew McCart has put together this video of some basic Chi Kung (also Qigong) exercises you may want to incorporate into your training regimen. If you are looking for a way to maintain mobility, fitness, health and wellness into old age, and we all are aren’t we, then take a look into this ancient practice that has … Read more
This simple meditation exercise is good before you begin any type of mixed martial arts training or to center yourself during a break while training. And it is also good after training to re-center and see what’s going on in your body. Take a stance like you’re riding a horse. Feet spread at least shoulder-width apart and … Read more
A warrior’s mind should be sharp, always evolving and learning. A few years ago I first heard about sacred geometry and printed out some of the images that were supposed to have a positive influence when placed in nearby areas. I placed one on my wall by my desk and one under the keyboard where I … Read more
Most people don’t need more work. They need better results. What would you do if you found out that the reason you’re not experiencing the results you want is because you are working too much, or too hard? If you are like most athletes you are spending a lot of time lifting, running, drilling, rolling, sparring … Read more
We are all familiar with the continued struggle to lose weight. In this blog, I will explain why most people’s “weight loss” journey often turns sour. Believe it or not, “losing weight” goes against universal law. Human beings, by definition, are not designed to lose, nor pursue any type of loss according to the growth … Read more
It is very important how one enters and conducts him/herself during their training session. Your performance will be directly proportional to your mental ability to manage your own resources. As you probably heard before, you are using only 10% of your brain capacity and believe it or not, since your body is the machine and your mind is the driver, you are using only 40% of your physical abilities.