There’s more to winning battles than fists and feet
For world-renowned professional fighter Georges St-Pierre, the greatest asset is not physical strength or athleticism—it’s a sense of purpose. From his beginnings as a small, mercilessly bullied child first discovering karate to his years as a struggling garbage collector who spent all his free time in the gym, his hard-fought rise in the sport of mixed martial arts, and his long, painful recovery from a career-threatening injury, Georges never lost sight of his ambition to become the greatest martial artist of all time. In The Way of the Fight, Georges for the first time reveals what propelled him not only to become a champion but to embrace obstacles as opportunities to build character.
Georges’s story is interwoven with fascinating insights from those who know him best: his mother, who tells of his drive to master new skills, even as a child. His mentor Kristof Midoux, who describes a young fighter with an extraordinary sense of discipline. His Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu teacher John Danaher, who witnessed the development of an indomitable work ethic. His coach Firas Zahabi, who worked alongside the champion through a potentially career-ending injury. And his longtime friend, training partner and manager, Rodolphe Beaulieu, who may understand this intensely focused athlete more than anyone.
The Way of the Fight is an inspirational look into the mindset of a master. To Georges, all life is competition, and there’s no more perfect metaphor for competition than the life of a fighter. He explains the value of discipline, risk and even fear, with the wisdom of one who knows that nothing is assured—his next fight could always be his last. Drawing inspiration from fighting legends, Eastern philosophy and a trusted inner circle, The Way of the Fight is a powerful, life-changing guide to living with purpose and finding the way to accomplish your loftiest goals.
A brilliant and inspiring book, a look inside the life of the genius in the octegon gspPublished 2 months ago by aeron price
Good story from GSP, as much self-help guide as anything else, but with lots of inteersting/telling facts on how to be successful. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Kieron
A good read overall and insight into the life of my idol GSP, but will I pick it up again soon, probably not.Published 8 months ago by WAYNE JOHNSON
I'm a massive GSP fan and parts of it are good however he is trying too hard to write a book as if he is Bruce Lee...and he's not! Read morePublished 10 months ago by Chris Stott
This does stand out as a book for a few reasons.
He shares his view on life and martial arts, how he sees things and how his perceptions have changed, in any biography I... Read more