“People are afraid of me. They think I am going to turn into a werewolf and eat all the chickens and kill everybody in the house.”
Jeffrey Norrod gives us our Monday walkout song for this week. Approach your week like a warrior. Go.
Jeffrey Norrod talks about his combat injury and how doing Krav Maga can help with recovery from a traumatic brain injury (TBI) and help manage post-traumatic stress. Also hear all about how to realign the bones of the skull, which sounds both awesome and terrible. Read more . . .
“The things y’all go through together, the sacrifices that you both make. We’ve been through a lot, and we’ve seen a lot. We’ve had good things together and we’ve had bad things together. Seeing myself transition from what I was to now, I can really only see myself with him in my corner.” Listen now, below or on iTunes.
“It doesn’t matter how many times someone has beaten you, as long as you work hard and you train, then you can always come back and dominate them.” Listen now, below or on iTunes.
“The most important punch is your jab.” Featured photo by Licarione Photography. Listen now, below or on iTunes.
“I can hear my coach’s voice in the fight. Me and Alfred, we’re basically the same person. In a fight, I hear the combinations he tells me to throw.” Listen now, below or on iTunes.
“Yeah, you want to hit them back, but take your time, set it up.” Featured photo by Licarione Photography. Listen now, below or on iTunes.
Fighters aren’t the only ones who can use a song to precede them into battle. As Monday dawns and a lot of us wake up early and prepare for another long week of hustle and grind, we need a song, too. This week, FPF Episode 6 guest Leesa Daniel gives us “Champion,” by Kendra Christel.
Leesa Daniel remembers when she went past a boxing gym with a woman’s name on it and was confused because she didn’t know women could box–and then she describes taking her opponents to pieces in the ring. She’s got some good stories.