Monthly Archives: April 2016


The “invisible” coach


Watch your thoughts for they become words. Watch your words for they become actions. Watch your actions for they become habits. Watch your habits for they become your character. And watch your character for it becomes your destiny. What we think, we become. I have always believed that our role as coaches are two fold: 1. part teacher 2. part cheerleader Both parts equally important. The teachers role is to help maintain quality movement for the sake of safety and efficiency. The cheerleaders role is to help with the athletes mental battle going on in their head during competition. The “rah rah” method as [...]

The “invisible” coach2016-09-12T16:02:50+00:00

My last sign of weakness


It was my freshman year in high school. It was a Saturday morning pre-season wrestling practice. Our coach had scheduled a series of baseline tests to assess what type of shape we were in (or the lack thereof). I can't remember all that we did but I do remember it included push ups and sit ups. Afterword he had us run a mile on the track for time. Our head coach at the time was fairly young and training for the wrestling olympic qualifier, so he decided he was going to run the mile with us. To my surprise I had [...]

My last sign of weakness2016-04-27T13:55:18+00:00

Your are controlled by your habits.


For me there is one thing I cannot function without. Coffee! It’s embarrassing but it’s true. The first thing I think about is coffee. It makes me happy. The aroma of a fresh cup of coffee in the morning is a gift from God. The way it settles on my tongue is magical. Needless to say I love coffee. No matter where I’m at or what I’m doing I need my cup of Joe. I can’t help it. It’s a habit I also spend a lot of time working out. When I’m bored I workout. When I’m tired I workout. 10:30am [...]

Your are controlled by your habits.2016-04-16T14:06:54+00:00

Look Fit Challenge


But before I say anything more about the Renaissance Diet. This is my favorite picture in referencing Body Fat and Weight. 2. Be patient it takes time. This was a before and after shot of 1 year.  We can’t preach to you enough how much this is about the journey and not the destination. There’s no such thing as an arrival date. Because as we get fitter we are always wanting to become more stronger, faster, and technically equipped. Enjoy the ride. 3. Her increase in (lean) protein consumption allowed for increase muscle mass and optimal recovery time. Biggest compliant in beginner athletes is soreness. With [...]

Look Fit Challenge2016-04-27T14:05:18+00:00

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