https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YQDAaaz5yO0 Anthony Arvanitakis does a nice job finding interesting quotes and allowing us to discuss life, lifting and learning. I enjoyed our talk. I was also impressed that he popped this up in two days. Enjoy.
Doctor Stu McGill is a genius…and a friend. His clarity in training athletes has changed my entire approach to Performance. He “pounds,” and this might be funny in a moment, on twin concepts that make an athlete great: Hammer Stone Because of throwing and American football, I have always used the concept of “Bow and….
(I met Anne at Equinox a few months ago. I was immediately impressed by her focus and will. Since then, we have kayaked the Chicago River, swam Lake Michigan and trained Kettlebells. She is an amazing trainer and person.) At one point, you face an obstacle. Sometimes it feels like it’s keeping you back…..
Generally, my favorite kinds of workshops are the full day events where I can go through Intervention, Can You Go? and Now What?. But, I am also asked to do other talks…sometimes as short as fifteen minutes. Through the years, these workshops start to pile up. The material is still good; the points are still valid…..
The hardest part of coaching…and really life in general…is “Now What?” Maybe a lot of you are like me when I got my college degree. My Dad believed that that diploma was the yellow brick road to success. He was right, you know, my degrees have got me through a lot of doors and enhanced….