Derrick Brook's Thoughts on YRG
I am impressed with the YRG workout program offered by Dallas Page.
YRG is more than a workout. it a concept.
It's a lifestyle ...
It's a mindset and an attitude.... Much like it's creator.
I'm not being a salesman... I'm a YRG participant who has used this training in my own workout.
You will get results....
Hey Dallas's passion for the YRG program is unparalleled to any fitness or personal trainer.
I will present this concept, lifestyle, attitude and mindset to the Florida Governor Council on Fitness This fall for Public Schools.
Who is Derrick Brooks?
- Was the unquestioned leader of the Buccaneers and arguably the most respected player in the NFL
- Cornerstone for the league’s best defense of the last decade
- Devoted and inspirational player who demands and receives total commitment from his teammates
- Impacted a game and the opponent’s game plan because of his game-breaking play ability
- Displays unique skills as a run and pass defender
- Excellent open-field tackler who boasts exceptional speed and recognition to stop the NFL’s top playmakers
- Ultimate professional who is a steady force on and off the field
- Long considered the NFL’s best linebacker, earned his club-record ninth consecutive Pro Bowl appearance in 2005
- His nine total Pro Bowl selections are also a team record
- Elevated his status as one of the league’s most accomplished defenders after being honored as the NFL’s Defensive Player of the Year in 2002
- His nine consecutive Pro Bowls rank him tied for fourth in NFL history for most consecutive Pro Bowls by a linebacker
- Has also been named as a Pro Bowl starter for the past eight seasons
- Earned 2006 Pro Bowl MVP honors
- Team captain who was instrumental in leading Tampa Bay to its first Super Bowl championship following the 2002 season
- Undeniably the most philanthropic athlete in the Tampa Bay community and one of the NFL’s most active, he has received numerous awards for his civic work including: the 2000 Walter Payton/NFL Man of the Year award (co-recipient), the 2004 Byron “Whizzer” White Award and the 2003 Bart Starr Award
- Only active player, and just the fifth player in NFL history, to be selected to nine consecutive Pro Bowls, earn AP Defensive Player of the Year honors and win a Super Bowl
- Along with former teammate DT Warren Sapp, became the first pair of teammates selected in the same draft class (1995) to earn seven Pro Bowl appearances since the Buffalo Bills’ DE Bruce Smith and WR Andre Reed (1985 draft class)
- Earned All-Pro honors from the Associated Press for the eighth consecutive year in 2005 (first-team honors in 1999, 2000, 2002, 2004 and 2005; and second-team honors in 1998, 2001 and 2003)
- Led the defense in tackles for seven consecutive seasons (1998-2004) and paced the club in that category in eight of the past 10 seasons
- Tied for the NFL lead with 10 consecutive seasons (1996-2005) of 100 or more tackles (also Miami LB Zach Thomas)
- Ranks as the most prolific tackler in franchise history with 1,775 stops
- Ranks sixth in club history with 21 career interceptions
- Named team MVP by the Tampa Sports Club (fan) in 1996, 1998, 1999 (along with Sapp) and 2002
- Only linebacker in NFL history to have three interception returns for a touchdown in a season (2002) and his four touchdowns on turnovers (2002) are tied for second-most in a single season in NFL history
- Added an interception return for a score in Tampa Bay’s Super Bowl XXXVII victory
- Has scored six regular season touchdowns in his career, second-most in team history by a defensive player
- Ranks second on the club’s all-time games started list (173) and is third on the all-time games played list (176)
- Has played in 176 consecutive games and has posted 160 straight starts, the most among all active NFL defensive players while also leading all active Buccaneers
- Did not missed a start in 10 seasons
- Has totaled 21 career interceptions, 21 forced fumbles, four fumble recoveries, 13.5 sacks, 118 passes defensed and 10 special teams tackles
- Started in 10 postseason contests, notching 94 career tackles, three passes defensed, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery and two interceptions (including one returned for a touchdown)
- Has earned NFC Player of the Week honors five times and Player of the Month honors twice during his career
- Selected by the Buccaneers in the first round (28th overall) of the 1995 draft
Dallas, my doctor told me I am going to die, can you help me? That was the phone call "Diamond" Dallas Page received from Lee Marshall just over a year ago. Lee is currently a working radio DJ and is also the voice of Tony the Tiger. Once a powerful 500 pound bench-presser he was nearly crippled and 70 pounds over weight with ballooning blood pressure. He was a coffin candidate with a rain check for a stroke. Dallas knew what it meant to have major physical setbacks as he had a career crushing injury himself. Today he has fully recovered as a direct result of the YRG exercise therapy program he developed for himself. A year later, Marshall is still around, but considerably thinner and with a significantly lower blood pressure offering the prospect for a long life. His doctor, Sherry Yudell, M.D. jokingly said; "you made a liar out of me."
Who Is Lee Marshall?
World Championship Wrestling
Lee Marchall joined World Championship Wrestling (WCW) to co-host WCW Thunder alongside Bobby Heenan and Tony Schiavone. He interviewed and announced alongside Mike Tenay and Scott Hudson on WCW Saturday Night as well. A staple of WCW Monday Nitro was his regular cracking of lame "Weasel" jokes directed at Heenan, which would conclude his road reports. He was also known for traveling across the country to host Nitro parties for WCW, while keeping in contact with WCW Nitro through updates by telephone.
Professional wrestling career in Los Angeles
In 1986, Marshall was the ring announcer for the Los Angeles portion of WWF WrestleMania 2.
Marshall was also involved in the Great Western Forum based Women of Wrestling promotion and served as its play-by-play announcer. He was partnered with company owner David McLane, who served as the color commentator on the syndicated TV show, and worked with Bobby "The Brain" Heenan who was the color commentator on the WOW pay-per-view on February 4, 2001. He received by far the most votes in the fan based WOW-FAN awards beating out David McLane and Julie Day as the "Announcer of the Year".
Tony the Tiger
With his exceptionally deep voice, Marshall recently went on to replace Thurl Ravenscroft after his death, providing the voice for the Frosted Flakes mascot Tony the Tiger, signing a 10-year contract with Kellogg's in 2006.
Career as a radio announcer
Marshall is also a longtime radio announcer, working at such stations as KABC and KGFJ (now KYPA) and KBLA and KHJ in Los Angeles and CKLW in Windsor, Ontario, Canada (Detroit). At CKLW, he was one of the anchors for the station's "20/20 News" updates, and at KGFJ/KBLA, he was "King News," bringing attention to the issue of gang violence.
Jacob "Tito" Ortiz (born January 23, 1975) is a Mexican American participant of the sport of mixed martial arts, or 'MMA'. Ortiz's career has been mostly within the UFC organization. A former Light-Heavyweight UFC champion, Ortiz has become one of the sport's most shining stars, headlining several Pay Per View championship undercards, and appearing on the covers of various magazines, such as Black Belt Magazine. He is a native of Huntington Beach, California. Tito Ortiz is recognized as a charismatic, if controversial and highly-criticized fighter. Whatever the opinions of Ortiz, he undeniably is both a showman and a talented fighter.