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I’m interested in language and intent. Interested in word usage and the meanings we choose from the words we use. It’s important to me how we interact and how we take responsibility for our thoughts and verbiage. We are in … Continue reading
The ice slowly changes form- it’s frozen identity dying, breaking up becoming another version of itself. The land is waking up as the sun shows itself more hours in the day and thaws the sleep from our eyes. We work, … Continue reading
The most fluid, effective movement creating that effortlessly powerful punch. I think about it non stop- how do I get that punch from stationary to moving? How to I spread the tension through my body so that I can maximize … Continue reading
Who do you spend time with? How do they make you who you are? James Altucher calls this your ‘scene.’ As Jim Rohn put it, you are the average of the five people you spend the most time with. As … Continue reading
When Stalking Wolf gave us a test, it was not a test in the sense that it could be graded. It was a way of knowing what to work on next. The importance of the test was not the results … Continue reading
You have to go to know -The Tracker (The true story of Tom Brown Jr) I can paint a picture of what it is like up on that canvas above the crowd, lights targeting me and my opponent….but you won’t … Continue reading
Every man is a moon and has a side which he turns toward nobody- Mark Twain I ran across this quote on a #coachesdowntime walk. Walking through our lives we bump into and against many people. Most of our interactions … Continue reading
Boxing is so much more than hitting. In fact, to only focus on hitting is a detriment. Their is a space between fighters where all the answers of attack and defense are found. If we are quiet enough to feel … Continue reading
When I was a junior in high school I had a basketball coach who told me the reason I couldn’t move laterally was because I weighed too much. He then told my dad to enlist me in a diet program … Continue reading