There was one thing that Justin Roberts always dream about becoming and that was a ring announcer for World Wrestling Entertainment. Then it happened. Justin went from playing with action figures of the Ultimate Warrior, the “Heartbreak Kid” Shawn Michaels, Bret “Hitman” Hart and Hulk Hogan to actually announcing these larger-than-life characters. He was living out the dream of many ardent wrestling fans worldwide. Justin tells his inspirational story in Best Seat in the House. You will follow his ambitious journey to becoming a full-time ring announcer at WWE. For over a decade he performed all over the world announcing television shows, weekly live events, and pay-per-view spectaculars which are popular beyond belief. Not only did he announce the top wrestlers in sports entertainment from “Nature Boy” Ric Flair, “Rowdy” Roddy Piper, Sgt. Slaughter, King Kong Bundy and the Iron Sheik to Dwayne “the Rock” Johnson, “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, John Cena, Brock Lesnar, CM Punk, Chris Jericho and the Undertaker, Justin also relives entertaining and candid moments with his real-life superhero co-workers, workplace politics, grueling travel schedules, harsh requirements of WWE talent, and the overall pitiless treatment from the higher-ups whose decisions can affect nearly the entire wrestling industry. This book is the all-access backstage pass for those who have always wondered what it would be like to work at WWE under the infamous Vince McMahon and travel all over the world in cars, buses and planes with the biggest stars of professional wrestling. Justin Roberts pulls no punches and gives you an uncensored, raw look at the journey of a young man chasing, catching and living his dream. You can pick up your copy of Best Seat in the House here or wherever fine books are sold. Best Seat in the House is published by Meyer & Meyer Sport 2017, and distributed by Cardinal Publishers Group. For more information on our books and services, you can contact us here or call 317-352-8200. As a full service national book distributor Cardinal Publishers Group has been honored to serve many independent book publishers since 2000. It has been our mission to help our independent presses bridge the gap between content and reader. Brought to you by CPG News & Information Services
By Lamar Lowery You must be prepared for any situation. You also must have good concentration. Be prepared. Be concentrated. Here’s why. Big muscles may look great, but they are not really ideal for anything besides being able to lift heavy stuff. Functional fitness training can prepare you for the unexpected and lower your risk of injury during those activities. Physical altercations, climbing things, lifting yourself up, and running around are all kinds of situations where this type of training can benefit you. Have you ever wondered what kind of training Special Forces soldiers do? You guessed it: functional training. And there’s a good reason for doing so. The fact of the matter is: Navy SEALs or Army Rangers could not care less how much they bench or curl because they know that when it comes down to it, they need to be able to out run, out maneuver, and out last their enemies. Now I’m not saying that these guys never bench or do curls like the rest of us, but A LOT of their training is definitely functional. Oh, not to mention the 60 pounds of gear they have to carry around at all times. Yeah, there isn’t really a specific back workout that will prepare you for that. Being fit allows you to function as your best you. Lamar Lowery is the author of Functional Fitness. This book provides intense workouts to reach maximum results. Detailed descriptions and photos make this an easy-to-understand guide for any personal trainer. In Lamar’s personal training sessions, he uses his expertise in endurance, coordination, and biomechanics to receive the best result. Lamar was born in New York City and received sports scholarships for multiple colleges. He graduated as a Mental Health Specialist. In the late 1980s, he was transferred to a U.S. Army base in Germany. There he worked as an Army Physical Fitness Master. After he left the Army, he decided to stayed in Germany and built his own fitness academy.