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A coach’s job can be very uncomfortable. We are sherpa’s of the soul…..of that which lies deeply hidden. We watch from the outside what the body reveals. Holding secrets just like the heavy bag. All we have is our perception, … Continue reading
Intentful speaking is extremely important to me. I am constantly listening to my word choices and evaluating if what I’m saying is what I mean. And if not, why? Last year I heard myself saying “I’ll let you do that” … Continue reading
Sparring is a perfect metaphor for conflict. You are duking it out with a cohort because you both are working to obtain similar things. Sometimes you stay calm, other times you escalate. You both want better skills, success, and self-efficacy. … Continue reading
Words are pictures out loud. A coach communicates from the pictures she sees. She describes the artistry she wants in motion. Each instruction is expressed with intricate terms put together in sentences and paragraphs. The verbiage is shared with a … Continue reading
There’s something really special going on around here. The coaching staff is a beautiful blend of all aspects of life. We come from a multitude of experiences in and out of the ring and we bring that knowledge to you. … Continue reading
Lately a lot of what I’ve been thinking about or more so questioning is why I’m still aware of certain things, yet in some other areas I’m still not taking action. Procrastination. When I put my mind to do something I … Continue reading
Drinking coffee, once again alternating sitting on my couch staring into space out the window and completing household chores. It’s a pretty sweet morning routine. For around 12 years now, I have gotten up on the weekdays to teach the … Continue reading
I’m known for being a technical coach. I focus on the mechanics and the bio-rhythms of punching and footwork. I love each minute detail and the amount of focus it takes to change a habit. I love perfecting each little … Continue reading