Fitness at Work?

This proves to be quite difficult for many cube-dwelling corporate warriors. This article will provide the reader with concrete examples of ways to increase health, energy, mobility, and core strength all while seated (or standing) at your own desk. Fitness at Work will only require about 10 minutes a day which can even be broken…

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User Guide to the Workouts of the Week

I received several emails this morning after yesterday’s post on Warrior Fitness Workout of the Week #1 from people who wanted more information on how to implement and program the workouts of the week.  So here it is! The Workout of the Week section is designed to give you insight into the Warrior Fitness training method. …

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Warrior Fitness Workout of the Week #1

This is the first in our continuing series of Workouts of the Week. The focus of this workout is burning fat and building lean muscle. We have also included instructions on modifying the workout to fit your current level of conditioning. Enjoy!

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Conditioning for Striking

Looking for a great way to spice up your conditioning work and make it more martial arts specific at the same time? Give this workout a try! What you will need – wave bag, double-end bag, heavy bag lying on the ground (you can make substitutions as needed).  There is no real set/rep scheme for…

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The “I Don’t Have What I Need to Start” Myth

So many people want to begin a diet or start an exercise program, but labor under the false pretense that they can’t start because they don’t have what they need yet and therefore have to wait.  For example… “I want to start my diet, but I didn’t get to the grocery store, therefore I have…

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5 Ways to Help Decrease the Stress

Today’s corporate warriors are often besieged with too many tasks, meetings, email, cell phone calls, pagers going off, Blackberrys buzzing, etc. Individually, these things are not significant, but when combined together in a constant barrage, all day long, they produce a cacophony of stimulation which, if not addressed through specific countermeasures, can cause a significant…

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Warrior Fitness Book FAQs

1. Are the Warrior Fitness workouts applicable to beginners? Absolutely! The workouts in the Warrior Fitness program are completely scalable based on your level of fitness.  Each exercise is explained step-by-step. 2. Is nutrition covered in the book? Nutrition is an important aspect of a complete, healthy lifestyle, but is not discussed in the Warrior…

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Not a Warrior? Not a Problem.

Although Warrior Fitness has it’s origins in the martial arts, you do not need to be a martial artist to benefit from my program. Since it’s inception, I have continued to test and refine the Warrior Fitness methodology to work with and help almost any level of fitness from couch potato to high ranking martial artist, and everyone in between.

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Goals for 2010

Welcome to Warrior Fitness in 2010. This year, like every year, is full of potential. It’s a new beginning, another opportunity to change, to reinvent yourself for the better. To make improvements by forging your body physically, challenging yourself mentally, and growing spiritually.

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Are You FIT to be a Warrior?

It goes without saying that the role of a warrior in society is to protect self and others. Yet, how many of us aspiring warriors don’t realize that health, fitness, and overall well-being are the primary qualities on the forefront of “self” defense? Most of us may train our entire lives without ever being involved…

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