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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
We are a culture of bandaids…..of temporary fixes……of trying resurrection versus changing our behavior. We always seem to want to be anywhere but where we actually are. We manipulate time according to our own definitions. We complain of the waste … Continue reading
I learned how failure is essential for growth and confidence from my dog Frida. We were hiking in a heavily bouldered area. Already a tough task for a human—-an even tougher task for a long bodied, short legged canine. We … Continue reading
I step into the ring and am summoned to the center….looking right into myself. I hear the referee’s instructions like a faint, tinny, hollow echo. I never lose my gaze as I back up to the corner and hear my … Continue reading
Mobility is a systemic thing. The more mobile our bodies are, the more mobile our brain and thinking is. Mobility gives you options and vision. It gives you the time you need to respond and adapt to ever changing moments. … Continue reading
It’s not that you always want to be in the gap, it’s that it’s the hardest place to stay calm…..It’s why we practice so much on getting more aware of how we get to, move in, stay or flee the … Continue reading
When I was 17 years old, I was living in Denver, CO and going to Lakewood HighSchool. I had a job at Dairy Queen but needed to make more money to pay for groceries, pay for gas money and other … Continue reading
How do you define struggle? If you don’t struggle, you don’t learn and your experience doesn’t really get to be your own. I worked with Highline College to mentor an intern, Mahamoud. I wasn’t really sure what I was going … Continue reading
The flow- the zone- whatever you call it is something that athletes view as the end all be all state to be in. It seems to be elusive and something that happens versus something we create. I want to be … Continue reading