Where I’ve Been & What’s Next?

     The website I was originally so eager to flood with content, has been dryer than the Sahara Desert. At the time of starting up the website, I had just started a new full time semester of college as well as balancing three different jobs. To say I was busy just as I was eager is an understatement. I do not want this to be an excuse for absence. Although the things I had to do quickly took up most of my time compared to the things I wanted to do.

     Tim Ferriss has stated several times that, “If you find yourself running out of time often, your priorities are not right.”  From August to the beginning of December, my priorities were not right. I was being pulled in to many directions, stretched across educational goals, relationship maintenance, and financial necessity. At the turn of the new year, I was able to get all the hours need to meet my monthly minimum at one occupation. Thank you, Jesus. Not only did this help me save on gas, but it made life much simpler.

    I do not intend for this post to be a concoction of stories about being stressed and fatigued. There are many people who are busier and more stressed than myself. I wanted to address that absence, and return to doing what I love doing. Lifting weights, and helping athletes be the best they can be through strength and conditioning.

     I cannot promise that the website will be the most up to date and the most educational and user friendly site on sport specific strength and conditioning out there, but I can promise a substantial effort to provide the best content I can as frequently as I can.

    So if you are reading this because of my Instagram post, thank you. Stay tuned. My personal workouts and training logs, client testimonials, nutritional advice and training programming is on its way.

    As far as what is next, I decided it was time to set new goals and pursue new experiences. What started my athletic career was the martial arts. I trained in the art of Bok Fu underneath, Dave Marinoble for four years, as well as Jujitsu under Marinoble for 3 years. When I began wrestling year long in high school, I was no longer training with Marinoble.

    After feeling the burn out of competitive high school wrestling and a over year long break from combative sports, I felt the itch to come back. The college I am at does not have a wrestling team, and I am not complaining. I wanted to get back to my first love. Jujitsu and Brazilian Jiujitsu.

    The first week of the year I returned to Marinobles and signed up for their grappling programs. This is now my current competitive venture. Upon signing up I realized I have four weeks to train and get ready for their annual winter season tournament on February 4th, 21017.

    After some changes to my current training program and schedule, I am ready to put the rubber to the road and prepare best I can for the tournament. Follow me and my daily workouts and updates on how training is going and what I am doing specifically to prepare. As of today, I am 24 days out, so in the words of Jocko Willink, it is time to GET AFTER IT.

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