ABOUT CHAYOOT “CHE” CHENGSUPANIMIT
When I started working in New York City, it became very clear that time, money, and willpower were limited resources. Not wanted to give up on my personal goals, I played around with ways to keep making progress in training in a way that wouldn’t drain the hours in my day or the funds in my bank account. Training sessions had to be short and sweet. Spending hours at the gym didn’t work anymore, and neither did spending hours in the kitchen (and Trader Joe’s. Damn, I love Trader Joe’s). This blog is a collection of what I’ve learned over the years both as a busy professional and as a student athlete.
As a former collegiate wrestler, a member of Thailand’s national freestyle wrestling team, and combat sport enthusiast, I’ve personally tested the ideas that you’ll see on my blog.
One of the most important lessons I’ve learned through experimenting with these different tools is that sometimes, less is more. Things don’t have to be so complicated. I’d love to share with you what I’ve learned so far so that you can keep doing what you do, but better.
People have often done more with less, and so can you.