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Welcome, stranger!

Glad you dropped by my own personal site. Since it’s name uses my own real name, the purpose of this site probably isn’t self-evident at all. Allow me me to explain what all of this is about.

My backstory

fatkidtomasvalverde

I was born in Southern Finland in 1987. Growing up I was an obese and physically weak kid with really poor social skills. The kind of kid who’d get bullied the hell out day after day. On top of everything, I was born on Autism spectrum.

I didn’t have a positive male figure in my life, ever. My father was an abusive alcoholic. There was zero leadership around me.

By the time I’d grown up physically I moved, felt and thought like crap.

However, all of that started to change in my early twenties as I began to question many beliefs I had developed during my life after finding a movement called, namely, The Movement founded by a movement and health coach and No-Gi practitioner named Frankie Faires.

Short after that I found energy medicine, hypnotism and NLP (neuro-linguistic programming) through a strongman named Logan Christopher, who was taught by Kenpo Karate black belt Dr. John La Tourette, a hypnotist and energy medicine practitioner himself.

Today I move, feel and think better than ever despite all the bad things that happened in the past, because I found the way to perpetual progress with Biofeedback.

I’m living my fourth decade now and since I’m not getting any younger, I decided I wanted to help others get better.

What better way there is to do that than a website that could potentially reach millions of people worldwide?

I’m my own personal brand and must lead everyone by my own example.

What I’ve done to get better in Brazilian Jiu-jitsu, strongman training and everything else in my life you can do too regardless who you are and what you like to do. At it’s core, this site is about how to lead yourself to better physical and mental health.

The question is, are you willing to question everything you know about everything?

In strength and health,

Tomas Valverde