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Postby Gurre » Sat Sep 10, 2005 11:11 am


Hey guys!

Yeah I know it has been a long time since we wrote anything in here. I thought I'd change that.

I hope you all have been eating, sleeping and training well. I hope that everything is alright at your homes and with your relatives.

Personally, I have just started my university education and I am certain that it will be successful. Sure, it means long days and alot of travel but I like it.

Now let us get to the title of my second chronical, yeah I know it says "challenge". I was just watching TV, and I saw the show about Chealsea's youth academy. Also a few clips of their big stars.

It hit me that many of the pro athletes that are out there don't know what they have. Isn't it great when you can live off your sport? I see that as my goal here in life, I want to be able to live off my sport, one way or the other.

Let's take the example of the proffesional hockey players that play in the NHL. Sure they are the best of the best, Peter Forsberg got eleven (11) million dollars per season when he played for the Avalanche.

What do you do with that kind of cash!? So for my challenge. I know that you guys, who read my chronicals and give me feedback, are stars in the making. I challenge you to think on your way up, and when you are up there, be sure to know exactly what you have and nurture it!

As Pat Miletich once said "Be sure to awfully nice to people on your way up. You will notice that they are alot nicer when you are on your wawy down". That is one of my favorite sayings.

Be sure to post feedback in the thread or even PM me if needed. Well you can even send me an email. I always like getting those.

Keep writing in the forum guys. Just because I don't post much doesn't mean we're dead!

And for those of you, who like me, still want to make their dreams come true I say:
Keep grinding it, eventually all that hard work will pay off. It will be the sweatest day of your live.

www.mma-forum.com crew member for life Gurre.
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Postby NitZR » Mon Sep 04, 2006 11:10 pm

You should always be curtious to all. As sun tzu said.

He who fight with out knowing his enemy and not knowing himself will certainly lose. He who knows himself and not his enemy has a 50 percent chance of winning. He who know his enemy and not himself wil have a 50 percent chance of winning too. But he who knows himself and his enemy shall win.

So don't just watch tapes of you next opponent you should watch some of your previous fight just so you know some of your own bad tendencies so you can correct them. Then you may become the next Chuck liddell or rich franklin.
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