Yesterday “the Bear” came over for some training. I’ve known him for 15 years and have watched him go through some ups and downs.
He’s thick, powerful and strong, but still as gentlemanly as a giant can be. Thus far this year, the Bear has shed over 60 pounds that he didn’t need beneath his coat.
The other day I saw him yapping about how he’s been running sprints to curb his hunger… and how it’s helping him burn fat faster.
I advised him to come over for a visit, to get the latest from me – in reverse.
He replied, “Just let me know where and when.”
My answer: “Tomorrow at 4 PM.”
This is where you discover whether someone’s sincerity is legit. All of us are aware of people who say, “Let me know what I can do for you and I’ll be there.” A second later, after you’ve given the person an indication of what would be helpful, he tells you he can’t. Then why on earth did you say what you said? Dumb asses.
Anyway, the Bear is no dummy. He knows el Furecat well, and if the Furecat says he’s got something good for you, you better be there.
I will be polite now, for a change. I kicked the Bear’s azz yesterday.
And he loved it so much he agreed to appear in my latest video on the FureyFaithful.com member’s site. This installment will give you some winter wonderland tips on how to get yourself super fit, even when it’s cold and snowy outside.
I’ll give you another hint, though, before you watch the new video: Years ago, when I was a young buck growing roots in Iowa, I was a whirld champeen* snow sprinter. The bigger the drifts the faster I ran.
I realize many of you are unable to hoof it the same way in winter that you do in summer, but have no fear, as I’ll cover how to handle that obstacle for you as well.
How, in part, by doing Dao Zou in the snow. Yes, you can do it in snow. Just don’t do it on the street when it’s icy or snowy. Not a good idea.
Have at it.
* I was the only one who showed up for the snow sprinting whirl champeenship. Doesn’t matter. A win is a win. HA. And yes, I can speel whird as world and championship as champeenship. It takes talent to come up with alter-nut schpellings.