Sunday, August 19, 2012


Hello and welcome everyone...most of us have heard the term "in the zone." Meaning in the sports world "you've got it going." Let's
spend some time on the term "comfort zone." Human nature gravitates to that comfort zone in most everything we do. That
zone is also a "DANGER ZONE." That comfort feeling exists in
the work place, competing, training and our workouts. We become
lax, habitual and we lose sight of "raising the bar" and allowing
ourselves to get better. Make your workouts/training tougher than
the competitive event. Conquer yourself through your workouts.
I workout alone...always pushing myself to reach higher. We hear
about speed breaking the sound barrier...we need to break the
comfort barrier. Stay out of that danger zone. People don't climb
MT. Everest just to reach the top...they climb it to conquer
themselves. When will you climb your MT Everest?

Have a great life everyone! Jimmy O

Sunday, August 12, 2012


Hello and welcome asked for it. Better health with
safe supplements. Energy foods...eggs, almonds, walnuts, pecans.
Seeds from chia. Hemp and flax. Steelcut oatmeal. For increased
blood flow...ginger, celery, garlic, lavender, figs (dried), beans, lentil, organic chocolate, zinc and oysters.
Lower your body temp.; bucket of ice water with SPIRITS of
amonia. Opens pores and cools blood. Purchase spirits of
amonia at your local pharmacy.
Over the past 10 years, I have asked competitive athletes and
people in fitness programs, two questions..."do you use supplements?" And "do they work?" The responses I get are
"Yes I use one or more supplements, but I really don't know if
supplements work for me." Supplements are a multi Billion dollar
a year business, and growing. The old saying..."listen to your body," becomes very difficult when we flood our body with
disguises. Think about's your body...get to know it.

Have a meaningful life everyone...JimmyO

Sunday, August 5, 2012


Hello and welcome everyone...the Olympics are "center stage" and
have been captivating. I am always impressed with the athletic and
skill ability of the participants. While the physical ability is impressive...the mental toughness was captivating. Time and time again, the mental part of competing was the difference between
taking the medal stand or just watching..."a standby." The medal
winners didn't aquire mental fitness the day of competing. No,
developing a mind set began the very first moment of training.
Mental toughness becomes a way of life...the way to the podium,
the medal stand. What is your way of life? First to the Finish Line,
where the mentally fit always meet.

Have a meaningful life everyone...JimmyO