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In our current culture, we are connected to stuff. We are consumers from morning til night. We are closest to our things- our monetary or status pursuits. We are most aligned with our hopes, desires, and things we think will … Continue reading
Compensations are the demise of athletes…..and for our regular daily life. I got this pretty cool drill from @frankboxingcoach in Montreal, Quebec. What I liked most about it was noticing all the compensations people did in the name of feeling … Continue reading
My life is my work. I thought this as I hash tagged #worklifebalance in a post on Instagram. That got me thinking about what do I really mean? For those that know me closely, I drive them nuts with the … Continue reading
Here we are again in January with Golden Gloves a week away. Competitive teams ebb and flow at all gyms. Sometimes we are stacked with eager competitors who are ring ready and other times we have a bunch of folks … Continue reading
You are never in control of the path to your destinations, but you are very in control of the vision. I start with an idea and I obsess about that idea when I’m coaching, when I’m talking to others, on … Continue reading
The building of one’s foundation is the absolutely the most important aspect of training and in my opinion, living life. You must be steeped in discipline. On the daily, I see the importance of getting a simple, yet solid base … Continue reading
We trained hard for several months to have 4 fights for 3 fighters. All 3 trained diligently with focus and efficiency. They didn’t cut any corners, and they all supported the other with a fierceness you expect when preparing for … Continue reading
The last two weeks before a fight are a bit torturous. Your hardest training is over, so you are physically changing gears- downshifting the body toward recovery so you can peak in the ring. You’re trying your hardest to keep … Continue reading
What are you fighting for? There are things that drive us, that propel our fight. They can be to prove capability to ourselves, to prove people wrong, to defend from feeling previous experiences again, or a fight to see who … Continue reading