Adaptability is required if you are to achieve your goals
Adaptability guided by reliable Internal Locus of Control Skills makes this possible. You will achieve stability regardless of the ever changing environment.

In the words of the ancient and great Japanese swordsman, Miyamoto Musashi,
FROM ONE THING KNOW TEN THOUSAND THINGS.

The following 4-Core Internal Locus of Control Skills drive success for those with clear aims and goals:

 

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Relaxed Moves

Relaxed rhythmic flow is essential to effective self-navigation. When you are relaxed you are faster, more coordinated, more powerful and have a panoramic vision. Learning Relaxation Skills is your next step in our Veteran Centric Training. For detailed and comprehensive information, go to our sister site www.relaxationtherapy.pro

You are Relaxed



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Power Moves

Correct Breathing with a full-body attitude is essential to performance excellence in all sports, injury prevention and living a life without pain. When you learn Power Breathing in the Position of Strength you will have learned a fundamental principle guiding all correct human movement. For more detailed and comprehensive information go to our sister site www.powerbreathing.net

You are Relaxed and Balanced



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Elastic Moves

A prevailing Veteran concern is that of Back Pain. Learning how to move and stretch correctly is essential to resolving back pain. When you are relaxed, balanced and flexible, you are well on your way to replacing physical pain with flowing, balanced movements. For more detailed and comprehensive information go to our sister site www.ffbackpain.com

You are Relaxed, Balanced and Flexible



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Focused Moves

FOCUS IS EVERYTHING! When you have integrated these 4 Internal Locus of Control Skills driving success for those with clear aims and goals you are IN THE ZONE. For more detailed and comprehensive information go to our sister site www.inthezone.pro

You are Relaxed, Balanced, Flexible and Focused

You have acquired the
4 Internal Locus of Control Skills of effective self-navigation