As I lie awake on this early morning during Orca Games competition, soaking in the stillness, I took some time to reflect upon how I present myself as a coach... Here is a snapshot of how the concept of the Progression of Coaching wandered through my mind. Coaches, Trainers, Therapists, and Movement Practitioners have … Continue reading Do You Do What You Do Well? Or Do You Just Do it?
It's So Easy, A Caveman Could Do It. Has it occurred to you that if you've learned how to ride a bike, it is almost impossible to forget? When you are a kid, it's a right of passage and freedom, especially once those training wheels are popped off. Throw a baseball card in the spokes, … Continue reading You Aren’t Perfect; Learn Something New, Or Re-Learn What You Might Already “Know”
The fluency of mind-body connection diminishes over time if they are not used. These skills tend to have a greater mental component, and fall under a "use it or lose it" principle.
My diet used to be absolute piss poor. There is not the slightest chance I will try and throw a curtain over my pre-collegiate habits. After 90% of highschool days, religious rides to McDonalds or the deli for a mayo slathered hard roll sandwich. To even throw more fuel in the fire, that could be … Continue reading Didn’t Your Mother Tell You to Eat Your Damn Vegetables? Here’s the REAL Reason Why
My current goal is to learn more about how to improve my own and others self-efficacy. Self-efficacy is defined as.. "The belief in one's capabilities to organize and execute the courses of action required to manage prospective situations." (According to Dr. Albert Bandura). In other words, it is the notion people hold in their heart … Continue reading Many Selves, One Master; Find the Balance of Light and Dark