Samstag, 19. Dezember 2009

Neujahrsstart anders - Wintercamp-Vorschau!

Während andere noch ihren Rausch von Silvester ausschlafen und nur von einem guten Trainingsjahr 2010 träumen, machen wir bereits knallhart ernst. Das Naturtrainings-Wintercamp am 2. Jänner wird etwas für Hartgesottene sein. Zwölf Leute haben ihre Teilnahme zugesagt, kommen sogar aus Deutschland hierher zu mir und das ist für mich eine Ehre. Vor jedem einzelnen, der kommt, habe ich wie bei jedem Seminar höchsten Respekt!

Hier ein erster Vorgeschmack. Schaut euch diesen Film in Ruhe an, er gibt einen Vorgeschmack auf das, was diese Naturburschen bei mir erwartet:



P.S.: Um ernstes Training geht es auch am 23. Dezember. Da erscheint hier am Blog ein kleines Weihnachtsgeschenk für euch! Ihr solltet das nicht verpassen!

Ein weiterhin gutes Wochenende,

Dominik

Und noch was! Dieser Post von einem meiner Coaches, Zach Even-Esh, ging mir grad unter die Haut:

Last night I caught a handful of my clients hitting
the mat for the first wrestling match of the season.

Lots to work on.

Competition always exposes weakness.

But I heard some disturbing news.

A sign of the times for sure.

My high school wrestling coach took a hiatus quite some time ago.

But, he's back in the game, and man, he was a Bad Mother F**ker.

He pushed us through hellish workouts and demanded intensity and
mental toughness at all times.

I remember our workouts in the weight room, because Coach Mike
and I trained together, most of the others sat around and didnt
do jack squat.

We did lots of pull ups, and at age 15 I did 26 pull ups.

Things haven't changed with what Coach Mike expects from others.

He's back coaching at the high school level, and this past week,
8 of the wrestlers quit the team.
It was "too hard".
Boo Hoo

A sign of the times.... Did I not mention to you?

The pussification of the human race is climbing.

Guess what?

Who cares.

The more quitters and lazy asses that roam the streets the easier it
is for action takers like myself (and I assume like yourself) to
WIN.

Excuses run rampant.

Even at the HIGHEST levels of sport.

BUT..... there are poeple and places that have been built up, and
a culture has been created, where it is UNDERSTOOD that you must
be a Gladiator.

For example, my friend and legendary wrestling Coach, Jeff Buxton
of Blair Academy.... He has built those kids UP, and leaves them NO
choice but to be Gladiators.

Too many others allow excuses and allow the option of quitting.

Too hard? Quit.

Don't like your Coach or Teacher? Get moved out of the class
or even better, get the teacher or coach fired.

My parents never questions the teachers and always blamed me.

Period, end of story.

I believe in work ethic.

This is why I am always prefacing my training courses with
a warning, so those who are poking around understand
that if they
wanna use my system, it requires WORK.

If they fear work, screw em', let them go elsewhere.

I have serious anger towards lazy asses and cry babies.

It's about to snow here in good ol' Jersey.

I think today's breakfast needs to
start with 100 push ups before the family wakes up.

By the way, a BIG reason I wake up early and get to work is because
I know others in my industry are still sleeping, and I am NOT gonna
iet to you or pretend that building a business or your body is done without work.

Talk to you tomorrow.

--Z--

Kommentare:

Mausflaus hat gesagt…

ich bin gespannt aufs Weihnachtsgeschenk :-)

Krafttraining & Kettlebell hat gesagt…

Sieht fett aus und nach Spaß,Dominik.
Freue mich wie ein Scheekönig.

Lars hat gesagt…

Also bei der Landschaft werd ich ja zum Einen echt neidisch und zum Anderen könnte das sogar einen Schneeabgeneigten wie mich überzeugen. ;)
Nee im Ernst, sieht sehr geil aus und klingt nach nem schicken Trainingspensum! Ich wünsch euch viel Spaß! :)

Simon Voggeneder hat gesagt…

Es wird heftig!