Stopping the “orphan-makers” (how our training might help you quit smoking)

Since cancer has wreaked havoc on my family members and friends over the years, I have a serious dislike of cigarette smoking. Most everyone I know who has died of cancer was a smokers (connect the dots)..

Many people still smoke even though they have lost friends and loved ones to cancer.  evidently, they just don’t get it.

Like I said before just connect the dots, it’s a “no-brainer”, or it should be!

If I know someone is a smoker when they come to my gym, i normally refuse to train them because I already they are not serious about getting healthy and fit. The only exception I make is if after I explain to them why I call cigarettes

“orphan-makers” (People with kids or teens who smoke are in the process of making them orphans) and they agree to quit before they start training, I can help them keep that commitment by how I program their training. A cigarette will become the last thing they would ever want!

I cannot physically stop them from sucking burning weeds into their lungs,

but I can help build the desire to quit for good in them.

I could care less about “political correctness”, I care about seeing kids and teens have their parents in good health.

If this ticks of smokers, that’s too bad. Give your kids a break and quit smoking.

Published by ironcave1

I am the owner of the Cave, a strength-based, veteran-owned, unconventional coaching facility. Our training is old school style, and it gets results!

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