How To Train For Anything! (VOTE BELOW)
What the first “BIG Decision” will decide I do with my life later this year is still an absolute mystery to me – and completely in the hands of WSBD readers:
In six months time I could find myself training for a marathon in Canada, climbing mountains in Nepal, sitting still and silent in Tibet, or jumping about somewhere in Brazil learning Capoeira.
Without knowing what challenges I will face, I need to use the time I have efficiently and effectively to condition MIND, BODY, AND SOUL!
Physical fitness can be broken down into these 11 components: Strength – Muscular Endurance – Power – Cardiovascular Endurance – Speed – Agility – Flexibility – Reaction Time – Coordination – Balance – Body Composition. It makes sense that I identify and focus on my biggest weakness first, because I could be challenged to do ANYTHING: from marathons to meditation, modelling, dancing, or fighting.
I’ve always been pretty active: rugby, boxing, gym, riding, kayaking, and an outdoor, country childhood. This concoction of activities has helped some areas of my fitness, and hindered others.
And it’s probably not hard to guess my weakness… Baz is as tight as a snake’s butt-hole.
BAZ'S BIGGEST WEAKNESS: Flexibility is absolutely NOT up to scratch! Core muscle strength could use a bit of a giddyup as well.
The Flexibility & Core BOOSTER OPTIONS
Got A Future In Mind For Baz Yet? Where Is It?
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