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When Stalking Wolf gave us a test, it was not a test in the sense that it could be graded. It was a way of knowing what to work on next. The importance of the test was not the results … Continue reading
You have to go to know -The Tracker (The true story of Tom Brown Jr) I can paint a picture of what it is like up on that canvas above the crowd, lights targeting me and my opponent….but you won’t … Continue reading
I don’t spar very much these days so I have to get my testing in daily life via conflicts or intense situations to see how much of my training holds together. This morning while driving to the gym I was … Continue reading
1989- Nursing home work- Wheatridge, Colorado. Typical 3pm-11pm shift- Fluorescent bulbs evenly lighting each floor tile as I head into the routine of baths, dinner and bed. I’m surrounded by greatness not remembered. Interment camp survivors, an interpreter from the … Continue reading
Stillness and silence are difficult places to exist. In our commercial and instantaneous world, tons of distractions kick in to help us avoid facing ourselves. We live in the noise and expect that we can escape later to the quiet … Continue reading
There is nothing like running a business to learn what a really terrible leader you are. I was speaking to another entrepreneur about this realization. Now, making a statement like that just might elicit outside comments like, “but coach, you … Continue reading
It’s already the Friday before competition. It seems like this weekend would never come and all the sudden it is smack dab in front of me. I’m not even fighting but I’m getting those same feelings as when I did. … Continue reading
Just about 5 years ago, I wondered, “what the hell have I done?” I was sitting in an empty Arcaro Central Area gym during what was supposed to be a noon class. As a matter of fact I sat in … Continue reading
Being a coach is a fine balance between being accountable to oneself and holding others accountable. I’ve referenced before how often others don’t see coaches as human beings with fallibility…..Coach/client-boxer-etc… relationships are a fine line of balance with complicated boundaries. … Continue reading