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We put so much of our fear and trepidation on the shoulders of others. We blame them for not being able to speak the truth. We say they are intimidating, unapproachable- a multitude of reasons to justify our silence and … Continue reading
We are born immediately immersed in power dynamics. We learn about who has authority over us and what our place is in family and society. We take those paradigms and our perceived positions into the work place. Our bosses become … Continue reading
Boxing is applied psychology. The ring our couch, our sparring partners our therapists. We enter the ring to become aware of our patterns……our thoughts that govern our movements. Our sparring partners expose us to ourselves. Our coaches are our alter … Continue reading
About 5 years ago I had a realization that I was a decent coach, but not really all THAT good…. The reason I came to this conclusion is because I realized I was stagnant in my learning. I wasn’t looking … Continue reading
My relationship to my own training and coaching others is a constantly evolving one. I used to be “go, go, go” – more on the side of overtraining. My body feels the years of pounding, between rugby and boxing alone, … Continue reading
Voidness is that which stands right in the middle between this and that. The void is all-inclusive, having no opposite — there is nothing which it excludes or opposes. It is living void, because all forms come out of it … Continue reading
To be willing to be hit is a powerful skill. As always, boxing is a backward sport. It’s never like you think. To be powerful, you must be relaxed, to be accurate you cannot aim, to have strength, you don’t … Continue reading
We have 2 boxers preparing for fights this weekend. Countless people ask them, “are you excited?” It’s a vulnerable thing for a boxer to tell non fighters, “actually, I’m afraid! I am nervous excited-My stomach is in knots-I’m in a … Continue reading