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What I See When I Watch The Olympic Trials

This message has been brought to you by “The Olympian’s Success Paradox” Just in case you did not know, here is why I find it so difficult to watch the Olympic Trials. Watch And Listen Very Carefully To The Video: I certainly hope that you will take the time to read the book, “The Olympian’s […]


The Olympian’s Success Paradox

It’s that time again…… Every four years, we all go through this again. It’s a feeling that creates a tightness in your chest, a sadness in your heart and a series of thoughts in your mind that literally just require you to sit down for awhile and find a quiet space and place to be […]


The Daily Battle With The Scale

The Daily Battle With The Scale by, Rhadi Ferguson, PhD Since I was in sports I have always been in the habit of checking the scale. Knowing where I was with respect to where I needed to be was important for my athletic pursuits as well as my life pursuits. We live in a day […]


If Superman Got In A Fight With Batman… Who Would Win?!?!

Subj: If Superman Got In A Fight With Batman… Who Would Win?!?! ============ Let’s Start Here ============ When I came back to judo in 1997 after graduating from Howard University, I was raw. Green. My judo looked a little bit goofy and I was somewhat nerdy as a recent mechanical engineering graduate. I was (as […]


My son Rufus and the knot in his shoe….

Subject: My son Rufus and the knot in his shoe…. This past weekend I went through the frustrating phenomenon that all parents go through. I had the distinct pleasure and privilege of trying to get a knot out of my son’s shoe. How he tied it in a knot in the first place?? – WHO […]


Rules, Hard Work And Whose Better, Teddy Riner or David Douillet?

Subject: Rules, Hard Work And Whose Better, Teddy Riner or David Douillet? If there is one thing that we can be sure of its that the rules of sport will always change. They change so much that comparing one competitor to another is almost nonsensical. The times of bouts of have changed, the rules have […]


Why I Went To The Outkast Concert And I’m Not An Outkast Fan

On Friday, September 26, 2014, I had the honor of being inducted into the Howard University Athletic Hall of Fame. I attended Howard University from the years of 1992 to 1997 in pursuit of my undergraduate degree in engineering and while there on football scholarship, I also was a member of the track team and […]