[b]Timmy Chang Warming Up for Canada
Former Warrior prepares for the CFL
IKEI Performance Announces Chang ready for the challenge
Scottsdale, AZ May 22, 2007 A long awaited opportunity is now sitting in front of Chang who will be battling for a spot on the Canadian Football League's (CFL) Hamilton Tigercats roster after being acquired in a trade this off-season from the Edmonton Eskimos. The CFL has been known to produce quality players especially in the quarterback position: Warren Moon, Doug Flutie, Jeff Garcia and Kurt Warner to name a few all of which became successful NFL quarterbacks. Could this be Chang's calling? Is he in the "right system?" Can he physically and mentally handle the pressure? Only time will tell, but Chang has done everything in his ability to make things happen.
Chang made a commitment to himself and his family to pursue his football career and suit up one more time. He made the decision to move to Arizona and train with Sports Performance Trainer Chad Ikei. For the past three (3) months Chang endured hours of intense weight training, critical speed and conditioning sessions, countless number of passing drills and strict nutritional guidelines, 6 days a week under the watchful eye of Ikei. Now all this hard work, sacrifice and commitment to transform his body from 18% body fat to a chiseled 8% is at an end, but realistically, it's only just the beginning. For the past 90-plus homesick days Chang was laying the foundation of what can be a start of a bright future; a future that is destined for him to shine, a future that only he can control, the future is the Canadian Football League (CFL).
For many this could be the beginning while others may be the end, for Chang it's the path that he's chosen and the path that he will lead. For all the sacrifices he's made; the blood, sweat and tears he's shed; the hardest thing of all was leaving Hawaii, where is heart lies deeply and unconditionally with a two-year old named Dillon.
Timmy Chang will be leaving for Hamilton Wednesday May 23, 2007. For more information contact Chad Ikei at 480.657.6937 or email firstname.lastname@example.org [/b]