Survival just doesn’t mean living. And strength isn’t about simply having physical strength, but having mental strength and strength of character as well. It means having the vision of your goals and having the commitment to go get them. “If you aren’t serious about your goals and what you want to achieve, you will lose momentum and those goals be worthless if you don’t have true commitment.”
Those thoughts are according to Carlsbad Kickboxing Clubs program director. CKC prepares to go back to its roots and invest in its competition program. Starting Monday, the gym will invest in those who hope to carry on the fighting torch, and host a series of tryouts for its level three competitive training program. Those members who are interested in embarking on the journey will have to show commitment and strength and above all, be ready to become a fighting machine.
While not all have to do competitive fights, any fighters who make the level three program must show up, be committed, and should think of their training as more than a workout or sport, but instead, as a lifestyle.
“The fighters in the program should arrive with intensity, endurance and have a purpose,” says Montano.
CKC is also investing in helping achieve that lifestyle adding meal prep, services such as massage, cupping, a coach for strength conditioning and more.
“We are taking it to the next level,” explains Montano. “Never let anyone tell you what you can and can’t do because the sky’s the limit … we look forward to what’s in store for our future fighters.”