Tuesday, February 9, 2016

2 months into FitLine

I have taken many different kind of supplements over the years from whey protein, glutamine, chlorophyll, maca root, and moringa. Starting in 2016 I have started taking the nutritional supplement known as FitLine made by PM International  based in Germany. What triggered my awareness to FitLine was this conversation between WTA Carolina Wozniacki and ATP World No.# 1 Novak Djokovic. 

Saturday, November 9, 2013

The allout challenge 'iz' international

 Hello this is George! We wanted to showcase how the allout challenge has become more and more international over the years.  Featured in this photo are two good friends from Thailand Pawin a.k.a Palm and Kittirut a.k.a. Sunday. Great smiles guys!

Friday, February 10, 2012

20120210 First Blog of the New Year!!

Japan has done it again!! Breaking records! World No.# 90 had defeated World No.# 55 in an epic 4 hour match.  This gave Japan its first ever World Group Match Victory.  All the best for Davis Cup Team Japan. Great Job Go!!

View the links below for match highlights & audio commentary of Go's win.
Words are hard to utter win emotions simply run wild!!



Sunday, December 4, 2011

Footwork being the key to success!!

Former World No. 4 doubles player Tom Gullickson said, " It footwork was easy, they wouldn't call it footwokr."

Reading the Dec. 1st article titled "Form & Fitness: Footwork is Key" written by Matt Fitzgerald, helps bring into perspective how much emphasis must be placed not only on how well a person can hit the ball, but also how well the player can move into the proper position to execute a shot.

'Great players' by having great movement on the court are able to "Think Ahead" 4 to 5 shots down the road. By thinking ahead players are able to anticipate the next ball and get into the proper position for the next shot. Simply put cause & effect.  

Friday, August 26, 2011

Federer's Mona Lisa

" If Federer were a painter his Mona Lisa would be the match he played in the
Tennis Masters Cup Final in Shanghai 2007 against David Ferrer. It was a near
perfect match. That match might have changed the way players play the game
regarding court positioning." - ATP Tour Webpage.

After viewing this video, many people can attest to Federer's mighty greatness.
Great court awareness, positioning, transitions, anticipation, all the elements
are in tune during this match. Ferrer just couldn't keep up with Federer's game.

In another interview Federer stated, " I am a big believer in taking breaks to recover
such as going on vacations and putting the racket down to try and get inspired for the next
time you step on the court again to practice hard."

Great Players have the ability to MAINTAIN A HEALTHY PERSPECTIVE at all times.

"Tennis is life & Life is Tennis"

Thursday, August 18, 2011

Obon Holiday in Japan

Did you Know???

Obon: A Japanese tradition celebrated in July and August
One of the most important traditions for Japanese people.
People believe it is a time when their ancestors' spirits come back to their homes to be
 re-united with their family. Many people return back to their home town to get together with their
 families to celebrate the event. People take the time to clean their homes, wash & clean buddhist statutes and give offerings such as food and drink.  

Saturday, July 30, 2011

Boy dies playing the X-Box for 20hours +


A young man in his 20's recently passed away due to a blood clot a medical condition known as 'pulmonary embolism' which occurs when someones sits or stays in a position for excessive long periods of time.

I think that younger kids today are too glued to playing their video games.
Doctors have been suggesting the negative side effects of prolong period of gaming can have on the body. Well, simply another event which justifies how gaming can be bad to young peoples' health.

On another note:
I have always been against the games which simulate life-like war scenarios.
Excessive gaming which can lead to the child wanting to try the real thing, but can not distinguish the different between gaming world and consequences in the real world is horrifying.

Slightly further off the topic:
When will the world come to exist without the differences of nations, but as a unified planet of human beings'. There are certainly much larger forces at work and as well continue to fight among ourselves we slow down our steps to the next big challenge.