Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Life Lessons From the Prowler

Life Lessons from the ‘Prowler’
By Charles GardnerPublished: April 26, 2011
Posted in: Training
Tags: Charles Gardner, lessons in life, prowler, training

How many of you out there have used the Prowler? If you have, you know firsthand that using one is a life changing experience. To quote Dave Tate, “it’s the fastest way to hate your life.”

Well, I’ve included below what I think the word Prowler really means.

P = persistence, the quality that allows someone to continue doing something even though it is difficult or opposed by others.

R = resist, to remain strong against the force or effect of something.
O = overcome, to successfully deal with or gain control of something.

W = will, a strong desire to do something.

L = long suffering, to be patient during difficult times.

E = encouragement, something that makes someone more determined, hopeful, or confident.

R = respect, to regard someone as being worthy of admiration because of good qualities.

The above definitions are a small acronym I came up with for what the Prowler really is. It isn’t only a tool to get you in the best condition you could ever be in. It’s also a tool that conditions and strengthens the mind. I own one myself (plus I make my clients use it) and I can tell you that it really does become a mental battle, especially after a tough training session.

I hope you enjoyed my breakdown of the Prowler. Here are some videos for your enjoyment:

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