fighting is all in the mind
Bio: This blog will focus on the psychological aspects of life and fighting. From child age, I wanted to become a fighter. And I did. As a pro Muay Thai fighter I have a 40-15-3 record against notable opponents like Robert Van Nimweghen, Rung, Andrei Kotsur, Karim El Osrouti and off course Saenchai. For an old highlight, watch: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=50oyWnI4ov4. After 13 years of practicing this striking Art, a new path called upon me: MMA. Considering my pure striking background this new challenge goes reasonably well. I now have a 2-1-0 record with a KO victory over Japanese legend Rumina Sato. You can watch the fight via this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cJ5VnJgI9go However, as a kid, I was stupefied by other people and human relationships so started a quest to understand the human race. After all these years, the complexity that underlies the apparent simplicity still surprises me. It brought me a masters degree in Psychology and an ongoing search for Combine this with my interest in fighting and you will understand that a whole array of subjects will get into this blog’s ring: the impact of human relations on fighting performance, the positive effects of martial arts training, how you’ll need to live in the moment to get to a top performance, etc. etc. and a 1000 times etc. So my aim will be how you can improve your psychological skills and strengths to fight and live more aware and yes: better. But be rest assured that my ADD mind will regularly miss its aim and hit a totally different topic. So we’ll have to wait and see what fascinating things flow from my fingers.