Friday, February 27, 2009

Whistle While You Work

In director David Lean's epic film, The Bridge on the River Kwai, British POW's are forced to build a bridge for their Japanese captors during WWII.
In the film the British soldiers are faced with very unpleasant conditions at their POW camp. They are slaves to the Japanese, but they refuse to see themselves as such. They maintain their dignity by taking pride in their craftsmanship of the bridge. They literally whistle while they work. They see themselves as soldiers making the best of their situation, rather than slaves suffering at the hands of their enemy.

During the POWER-10 Challenge it is your duty to yourself to make the best of your situation. TSCers train 6 mornings per week (for 20-30 minutes). It's your choice to either slave through your training or to figuratively "whistle while you work." Choose to view yourself as an empowered individual in the process of an inspiring transformation. Take pride in crafting a fit, healthy, wonderful body and in making the best of your situation, remember, it's not where you start, but rather where you finish that counts.

Make Today Count! Transform your body now and change your life forever. Get the TSC Heart of a Champion Program and Make it Happen!


Note: The Bridge on the River Kwai won the Oscar for Best Picture (1957)

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