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Our outcomes are the result of the sum of our decisions. Our decisions are the sum of our reactions. Our reactions are in response to our thoughts If the body is dysfunctional….the mind will be too. We are not separate. … Continue reading
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
Take a minute and read this story by Nancy Lieberman and then come back to this blog. This woman is bad assery! I wish I had a smidge of what she has…..I’m just a follower when I look at her … Continue reading
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
I always know where I stand while I look out there. Boxers have to know themselves completely. We need to know and understand the ranges in us from confidence to insecurity. We need to know how and why we make … Continue reading
Marketing’s sole purpose is to create a feeling of demand for a product. Sometimes, the demand can be false and embellished via marketing campaigns– leading to an actual demand that perpetuates itself. Body image changes with our societal conditioning. We … Continue reading
To be a boxer- you have to be comfortable with searching for failure- you have to be excited to see your inefficiencies -you have to be motivated to look for all that is wrong because that is your work. It … 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