“Rise and rise again until lambs become lions.”
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5 THINGS YOU DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT KELLY FALZHOLZ
WHAT IS A TYPICAL DAY OF TRAINING LIKE?
If I work, I’ll wake up at 400am to leave by 430am for my 12.5 hour day shift. I get off at 630pm and drive an hour (traffic-willing) to Santa Rosa to catch the last 30-45 min of training. When I’m not working I try to hit up double days. Either class in the morning and again at night or cardio in the morning and class at night. I drive to Concord and San Francisco to cross train at Combat Fitness and El Nino as well, which also takes up some time. The driving can wear you down more than training but I love my sister schools and the work they put into me when I train with them.
WHAT MOTIVATES YOU AS A FIGHTER
I want to test myself…to constantly push myself to be better than I was yesterday. Nothing will show you what is in you more than facing your fear and dominating it, than thinking you’ve reached your threshold yet pushing beyond it, than overcoming the valleys when you lose but learning from it, and experiencing the highs of winning and going farther than you’ve ever thought you’d go. With fighting, the joy is in the journey.