SEMESTER ENDS NEXUS FIGHT CENTER HT10
Nexus Martial Arts Center's members come from very different backgrounds and have many different experiences and assignments.
We have members who come from many different professions and backgrounds, but what they have in common is that they seek out a little more challenging!
Otherwise they would never have dared to step inside the black door that is the barrier between the Nexus Martial Arts Center's current gym and the usual commuting congestion at Slussen.
This approach to seek out challenges and conquer them is shared with the attitude of many members in various military and police special forces!
We believe that the mindset to become a master in the martial arts, the challenges in the most extreme special forces or running a Successfully companies are similar. The difference is in the level of intensity and risks, and perhaps equipment, or how does your office equipment out?
For those people who have chosen to invest in the most extreme professions so does their efforts a major impact on our lives, directly to those who can meet these individuals who often have a strong influence on those around them, but often also a large indirect impact on all of our lives, though we may never hear about them when they have succeeded in their mission.
What we often get reminded of their donations when the mission has failed, and unfortunately it is unfastened only then that the media and the rest of us pay attention to the efforts of these unsung heroes do!
Closure at Nexus Martial Arts Center HT10 conducted by CrossFit Stockholm through a "hero workout" in honor of Jesper "Bosse" Lindblom.
Bosse as those who know him from the old days like to call him, was killed during an operation in Afghanistan, when he served in the SSG one of the defense forces two special forces.
Jesper "Bosse" Lindblom
We at Nexus Martial Arts Center send our thoughts and best wishes to all those who serve / have served or have family members who have done the same in the special forces.
Herowod with CrossFitsthlm