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2015

I’ve heard it said many times that one must crawl before they can walk.  Or, that you have to be 13 before you can be 25. To get to this point I had to experience 2013 and 2014.  To say … Continue reading

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Pleateaus and rest

I did some research to see what was out there about athletic/performance plateaus. Everything I found suggested how to bust through, to avoid, and or break through. I couldn’t find anywhere to suggest we should honor, appreciate and take advantage … Continue reading

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Advancing with Abandon

Many times boxers get stuck looking for one clean punch.  We worry about gassing out if we let our hands go.  We worry about being ineffective if we don’t land everything we throw.  We miss opportunity after opportunity because of … Continue reading

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Training

Often times blogs come to me from conversations with my boxers, friends or from some post I read via social media. I’ll walk around my day thinking about some concept and the words come to me. This blog has come … Continue reading

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September is cruisin’ by

This summer will forever be etched in my mind. The gym survived the sluggish summer months that all gyms experience. My most favorite athlete and most favorite person in the world was diagnosed with brain cancer. My cohort lost his … Continue reading

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