Challenges in Training Are What Make Us True Champions

The challenges that we face and overcome are what make us truly successful in anything we do in life.   There are so many misconceptions that people have when it comes to my training and my career.  The dieting, training, discipline, and all of the components it takes to succeed are just as much of a challenge for me as anyone else.  I think people seem to think I am this robot that lives perfectly every single day.  The fact of the matter is I am human like anyone else and I have everyday challenges like anyone else.  Sickness, financial crisis, career challenges, stress, deaths, and all of the struggles that we all face happen to me as well.

Read the rest of this entry »

Pres Day Workout

First day off from work in two weeks. So what do I do? I go to work so I can workout at the department gym. GEEEZ I have to get a life. The workouts are good but would be better if I had not been so busy with real work first.
I am so glad I have made a commitment to doing this and keeping up with the blog and such. If I had not agreed to blogging I know I would have skipped the workout today. Thanks ProSource. I owe ya.

Interview With Pro Baseball Player Rob Semerano

Hey guys!

In my line of work, I have the pleasure of meeting great athletes from many sports. The person we are going to be talking about today is a professional baseball player and his name is Robert Semerano. I had the pleasure of sitting down with him and talking to him about his future goals. In many cases, athletes sometimes hit a plateau and want to step

Read the rest of this entry »

Train Smarter, Not Harder

Hello everyone from the Demon team.

The hardest thing for us to accept is the fact that the older we get the smarter we have to be about training.  When Nate and I were 18, we would lift until we literally fainted.  Wake up from fainting then train again.  Needless to say, things change and not only can we not do that stuff anymore, it’s not good for us to do.

Read the rest of this entry »

Street Crimes

Just had a vehicle pursuit where the driver bailed out and ran on foot. The foot pursuit was over 1/2 mile long in cold weather and 6 inches of snow.

Had this been a month ago, I would have never caught this 20 year old meth head.
It was awesome, I didn’t even puke after the run. lol