TED RYCE is a health & fitness expert, professional speaker and host of the Legendary Life podcast. He’s been a fitness professional for over 17 years in the Miami Beach area. He’s worked with celebrities like Richard Branson, Robert Downey Jr as well as CEOs of multimillion dollar companies. He believes that health and fitness form the foundation of success in our life. After overcoming several tragedies, he started combining health with personal development to provide an all-encompassing approach to success and living a life of purpose.
In this episode we talk about:
- The single art form that Ted practiced to excel in every area of life, including his relationships with women and his friendships.
- The importance of developing a healthy relationship with our masculine energy.
- His rocky and painful journey from family tragedy to healing and reconnecting with his father.
- Why crying is one of the most manly things men can do.
Quotes from this episode:
There is a shadow to masculine energy and that’s why it’s important to be in touch with it. It’s not inherently a bad thing. How you express it is key. Martial arts helped me with that. It’s about mastering your emotions, mastering yourself, and knowing that you DON’T have to get into a fight.
My little brother was kidnapped when I was 19, he was 9. My dad and mom, they changed 2 laws in this country to make my brother’s legacy mean something.
There’s a big misconception about women are emotional and men are logical, it’s all bullshit.
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