Do You Know the Enemy?

Do you know the enemy? I do.  It inhibits peak performance.  It makes you lazy and keeps you unmotivated.  It cajoles you into seeking comfort. It distracts you from your goals and dulls your mind. The enemy sells you on an “easy” lifestyle and lulls you into a false sense of security. It conspires to sabotage…

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Applying Six Sigma Principles to Your Fitness Plan

Six Sigma is a process improvement methodology that has its origins in the manufacturing business.  It has been adapted and expanded to cover a wide variety of business products, services, and help foster solutions in terms of reducing costs, removing defects, and continuously increasing efficiency. Today, we are moving from the boardroom to the gym…

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The Morality of Fitness

FatherJohn Corapi is a well known Catholic preacher, scholar, and theologian.  He also happens to be a black belt in karate, a former competitive boxer, and football player.  In this video he addresses concerns over his health and his startling weight loss.  He begins by assuring the people who care about him that he is not…

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Warrior Fitness for Kids!

This will be the first in a continuing series of posts chronicling my thoughts and discoveries on Warrior Fitness for Kids.  As the father of 2 young girls, ages 9 and 1, I have a very vested interest in assuring my daughters are among the healthiest, fittest, and most well-informed kids out there.  Follow along…

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Warrior Fitness Workout of the Week #2

This week’s conditioning workout will push your anaerobic threshold to the max. Endurance is defined as the ability to resist fatigue – how resistant are you?

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Jack Hoban on Fitness

The interviews conducted here at Warrior Fitness will highlight people who have significantly influenced my thinking and training on fitness, who are leaders in their particular fields of expertise, and whom I admire.  Jack Hoban happens to fit all three.  Through his unwavering commitment to martial arts and fitness, Jack has inspired me to keep…

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Motivation

Everything sounds like a great idea when you are thinking about it and planning it out. The problem, as they say, is in the execution. Sunday afternoon you are superbly confident of your plan to get up at 5 AM Monday morning and do your prescribed workout. However, when that alarm goes off, suddenly your…

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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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