Scott - you have mail.
As per Scott's request, I'll attempt to better explain my views on Warrior Wellness and how it interplays with ROSS.
Everyone that has viewed/trained with ROSS has heard how important movement,posture,breathing, etc are to your training. Upon hearing this they seek out more information on it and are shown the varying drills/ principles regarding it. However at this point they become confused. They start to think "I have no clue where to start, how to organize it, that kind of thing.". It is at this point that Warrior Wellness truely shines.
In Warrior Wellness, the movement/health exercises are demonstrated and explained in detail. After the demos, they are then put into an actual "workout" format, an "ABC" approach if you will.
Once you have the material in a workout format, you find it easier to train and therefore, are actually more likely to train it. Once you start doing the drills in an orgainzed manner, you will slowly start to see how you can add other drills. and from there you are well on the way to actually learning ROSS and how it augments your skill sets.
In my experince, people often don't do well when dropped into a "free form" program. To start with, they need alittle structure, or guidance, in order to get them moving in the right direction. For me W.W. is that key in regards to ROSS.