Almost everybody I meet wants to have more, be more, or do more. You probably do also.
The problem is … only a few people ever learn how to get all those things.
Jon Jones is considered by many to be the best mixed martial artist who ever lived. As he tries to retake the light heavyweight title this week, it’s worth looking at the unique and innovative techniques that Jones used to climb to the top of mixed martial arts.… Read Full Article
Sugar Ray Robinson is considered by many (Including Ali and Louis) to be the best pound for pound fighter of all time. His punches were “perfect”, and his footwork was the inspiration for many great fighters after him. Lets take a look at the techniques that made his punches so powerful, and breakdown his methods step by step.… Read Full Article
Joe Louis’ How to Box: http://amzn.to/2tQyIzi Joe Louis was perhaps the most technically skilled boxer to ever rule the heavyweight devision. He reigned as the heavy weight champion for an astounding 12 years, and had 52 wins by KO. Many of them came by way of his flawless cross.… Read Full Article
Mantovani was born in Venice, Italy and his father was the concertmaster of La Scala orchestra under Arturo Toscanini. His family moved to England in 1912, where he studied at Trinity College of Music in London. After graduation, he formed his own orchestra, which played in and around Birmingham.… Read Full Article
Compromised and subjugated. Depraved and degraded. Completely and utterly enslaved. Yet, beware, you can never reliably mind control the insane. Miss Kane is much thinner. With sunken cheeks and dark circles around her eyes. Empty, hollow eyes that stare blankly at the ceiling—grey eyeballs, no irises, and constricted red pupils. … Read Full Article