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The hardest people to coach are the perfectionists. They are driven to do everything so right and there is no room for error. Frustration lurks around every bend. Creativity is stifled. Over tensioned muscles try to control and prevent errors … Continue reading
Sparring is the best way to confront yourself…..At Arcaro, we aim to make sure you have an authentic boxing experience- one that allows you to be challenged and to grow. Below is a guest blog post by Linda- One of … Continue reading
When I was a kid, I felt depressed a lot…….I was angry and a brooder. I really focused on what I didn’t have, what I wasn’t, what I imagined I could not be. I liked to hide out in my … Continue reading
Words are pictures out loud. A coach communicates from the pictures she sees. She describes the artistry she wants in motion. Each instruction is expressed with intricate terms put together in sentences and paragraphs. The verbiage is shared with a … Continue reading
Boxing taught me, when you feel and know the power within you, you don’t have to prove it on the outside. It’s a rhythm thing to me…..If I’m looking externally for approval and disapproval, I am no longer in my … Continue reading
Lately, coach Jen has been attending a sitting meditation group at SU called Eco Sangha. Through this group came an opportunity to attend a full day meditation that consisted of sitting, walking, working and eating- all in silence. Honestly, it … Continue reading
We are a unique kind, a rare occurance in the sporting world. We agree to give and take punches inside ropes reducing our ability to run and hide. We train day after day, endure hours of discomfort for a performance … Continue reading
Building confidence hasn’t occurred like I expected. I thought getting good at skills or tasks was the only way to build confidence. Getting better at stuff partially builds confidence but mostly becoming more comfortable making errors, not being perfect and … Continue reading