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“There is no end game!” I found myself telling a boxer. He’s been using boxing training and metaphors to help strengthen his self awarenesses and increase his personal communication and business skills. He was operating in a very linear system of … Continue reading
There is a type of mindset that some athletes struggle with. I call it Absolute. If they have a “bad” sparring session, they consider themselves to be a “bad” boxer. If they have a “good” sparring session, they consider themselves … Continue reading
BOXING IS THE ART OF PRACTICING CONFLICT For the past year, my team has endured a ration of losses in their boxing matches and I have spent the greater part of this year really questioning my coaching ability. Questioning … Continue reading
We have an expertise problem in our culture. We think expertise is outside ourself, that there is one correct way to live and do things. Life is truly an experiment. In boxing there is not one style that is THE … Continue reading
Our world is more and more being exposed for how we are ill equipped to handle discomfort. Discomfort is something boxers have long known about. In life you can hang up the phone, turn the tv off, put your headphones … Continue reading
I have listened to a podcast called The World is Your Petri Dish with Bruce Lipton on Bulletproof Radio probably about 6 times now. I encourage you to listen for yourself. Dr. Lipton is controversial and you can decide what … Continue reading
I’ve done talks, co-written articles and published blogs about conflict. When I experience conflict, it never feels good or goes as smooth as I write about it on paper. But, conflict remains a tremendous learning tool. Conflict can always be … Continue reading
I’ve been an athlete my whole life. An injured athlete often and still I trained hard and harder and harder still. In the past 3 years since starting this gym, I’ve been looking for different information. Looking for better ways to … Continue reading