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Saturday Morning

I’m sitting on my couch, looking at the misty rain settling on the trees outside.  My quiet alone time is always full of reflection and questions.  I’m plodding through this book “Silence” by Robert Sardello.  Plodding partially because I don’t … Continue reading

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Brewing the coffee

It’s Sunday morning-  I’m brewing coffee, studying about myofascial release and a few other boxing related things.  Class is happening at the gym and Seattle is getting a much needed respite from high temperatures. Every Sunday before I get to … Continue reading

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Boxing Reflections.

There is always something to be gained from the reflection of our accusation. Typically a boxer’s best or favorite punch is the one they have the hardest time receiving.   If he/she is good at a Jab,  they probably struggle when … Continue reading

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Patterns

I like to watch boxing and review video tape.  Watching tape is a skill that can be developed and improved constantly. Recently I had the epiphany to look for patterns versus judging the performance.  This epiphany came from a mistake! … Continue reading

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