Concluding Thoughts

Intense conditioning drills will provide amazing benefits for the Warrior. These drills will teach your body to respond when faced with physical and mental adversity. These drills will take intensity to a whole new level.

It is important to allow yourself rest between intense conditioning sessions. It is equally important to develop a solid foundation of fitness before jumping into these routines. I recommend 4 weeks of moderate paced running before starting the interval and sprint routines.

Always remember that you must build your house of fitness on ROCK not sand. If you rush into these exercises, you are asking for injury and excessive soreness.

Do not be in a rush to achieve Warrior status. There is nothing wrong with starting slow. Take your time. Slow and steady wins the race. The routines that are listed in this manual are designed for advanced Warriors. There is no shame in working yourself up gradually. Start with 1-minute intervals and gradually work your way up to 2 and 3-minute drills.

Patience is a virtue.

Do not allow anything to deter you from your ultimate goal. Real Warriors overcome all obstacles.

The Warrior's Way

"You cannot put the same shoe on every foot." - Publilius Cyrus

"No matter how long the river, the river will reach the sea." - Eugene Fitch Ware

"The strongest of all warriors are these two - Time and Patience." - Leo Tolstoi

"Make the work interesting, and the discipline will take care of itself." - E.B. White

"A pint of sweat, saves a gallon of blood." - General George S. Patton

"If everything seems under control, you're just not going fast enough."

Mario Andretti

Health and Fitness 101

Health and Fitness 101

Self-improvement is a thing which you must practice throughout your life because once you started to believe that you are perfect then, things will start to become complex. You need to know that no one is perfect and no one can be perfect.

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