"Col Charels Moss, the camp Director at a troubled youth facility I worked at in Pennsylvania, , would tell kids when they were being lazy, 'A rolling stone doesn't grow moss'. I've ways enjoyed that. Especially because he in his 50's and could…"
"good for you! it can be a hard reality to face some times...and an even harder one to maintain. excuses are easy to come up with, but they loose power when other people are counting on you. in college i had 2 friends that would workout with me…"
"thats nuts! i remember being 6-7 years old, doing coloring pages that talked about saying NO to drugs. i also remember asking my parents what the big deal was and us talking about it. i'm really thankful that i had parents who are where…"
"Patience is a great thing that i've learned from Martial Arts. I've been with limited supply of it for as long as I can remember, but now I have a significantly extended supply!
Another thing is my diet....and I don't mean the 'OH NO! look at my…"
"That was an excellent quesiton that was asked! And it's great for us, as the instructors to be able to honestly say, 'No, actually it helps them stay OUT of trouble.' Self Defense starts mentally. You make a decision to 1. talk it out, 2. use…"
"for me one of the most challenging changes has been changing the balance of my meals. for some reason, in the US (and maybe other western cultures) the focus of the meal is the protein. even looking at the food pyramid from elementary school tells…"