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Policing Soul of a Lifter

HELL

I’m not making this up. July, 1983, 6:30 am. I was a uniform cop working midnight shift. Day 6 of 7 consecutive midnights. With 15 minutes left before off duty, I got a radio broadcast – “domestic.” The address was about 5 blocks from where my gym is now situated. I walked up to the […]

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Wind Sprints Melt Fat – Part 2

The psychology of wind sprints is just as important as the physiology. Every football season starts the same way – I have to re-adjust wrong attitudes toward wind sprints. Most rookies believe that wind sprints are punishment, ranking somewhere between actual torture and being forced to read a book. Mindset adjustment is the key – […]