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It’s the last boxing event of the amateur season and we are all hanging out in a hotel resting and staying warm. It’s kinda nice to have nothing to do for a few hours. We hang out, tell stories, watch … Continue reading
It’s Saturday! This morning, we had weigh ins for Omar at 8am. They went off smooth and he has done an incredible job of changing his body and mind to prepare. We also started our new 9:30 am Group Fitness … Continue reading
This morning I woke up to dogs hounding me to go outside. I live in an apartment with a rooftop deck and so we go through the usual ritual of dressing appropriately for human interaction, the weather and terrain! I … Continue reading
Boxing is applied psychology. The ring our couch, our sparring partners our therapists. We enter the ring to become aware of our patterns……our thoughts that govern our movements. Our sparring partners expose us to ourselves. Our coaches are our alter … Continue reading
I’m sitting in a comfy office chair at a window with my feet up on the ledge looking at St. John’s Harbour in NewFoundland. The wind is blowing rain diagonally blurring my view as the lights on all the ships … Continue reading
These days, it’s harder and harder for me to see the difference between words and physical punches. It’s hard not to see the discrepancies between body language shown and the words that are verbalized. We seem to be a society … Continue reading
The Tao of Power is a translation by R.L. Wing of the Tao Te Ching. It is an excellent guide in perspectives of leadership and influence. SUBTLE POWERS The most yielding parts of the world. Overtake the most rigid parts … Continue reading
Fear shows up all over the place. You can see it in the body language of fighters and you can also see when they feel confident. It’s clear up on that stage, under the lights what the fighter is internally … Continue reading
I enjoy hearing the thoughts of others about boxing, life, politics and humanity. I’ve had some terrific conversations with open gym member, Mike and recently another gym member Conlin posted about conceptualizing mental athleticism and mental stability. This blog is … Continue reading