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Inside the ropes everything makes literal sense. A punch has velocity and angles- such simplicity. You must master your response system- constantly picking up reactionary speed. The onslaught doesn’t slow down for your emotional processing- it continues, uninvited forcing you … Continue reading
…perhaps the biggest problem lies in the way that individual decisions accumulate into big effects. – David R. Montgomery- King of Fish. The Thousand Year Run of Salmon Each thought begets a word, intelligible to the brain— taking shape in … Continue reading
I was 17 when I took the job at the nursing home. I was living a lost life and the nursing aid job, sports and high school studies kept my head barely above water. My senior year I worked night … Continue reading
I had the sense of relief that comes from knowing that you have done the hardest of all the things you have to do, and the independence that come from having done something very difficult and important to yourself, even … Continue reading
I don’t spar very much these days so I have to get my testing in daily life via conflicts or intense situations to see how much of my training holds together. This morning while driving to the gym I was … Continue reading
To truly hold oneself accountable is a major task. I see a million places I let myself off the hook. Where I’m so lazy and not wanting to do the work. Accountability is being brutally honest- It’s having standards beyond … Continue reading
Every year the WAC holds a collegiate rugby awards event. My previous teammate M.A. Sorensen comes to town from Philadelphia and gives out an award in her name to a deserving college athlete. I look forward to seeing her and getting … Continue reading
How do you define struggle? If you don’t struggle, you don’t learn and your experience doesn’t really get to be your own. I worked with Highline College to mentor an intern, Mahamoud. I wasn’t really sure what I was going … Continue reading