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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
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
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
Sometimes the hardest thing to do is really look in the mirror. It’s super easy to put our finger outward and away……so much harder to turn it and point between our eyes. One of the most common human habits when … 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
4am the alarm jolts me up out of bed– but let’s be honest….the anxiety of oversleeping had me awake at 12:00……1:30…….2:15…….3:30………. Luggage, snow shoes, backpack….all a part of the essentials needed for this trip as we catch a Lyft to … 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