We live in a world where every society has a different level of freedom. Although, many types of societies have different rulings on this freedom, some with less and some with more, there is one freedom that runs consistently through the world, and that is the freedom to choose our own thoughts and response. No […]CONTINUE READING
MAJOR KEY: ADAPTABILITY
With the 2018 Reebok CrossFit Games behind us and having taken some time off to relax, reflect and recharge I wanted to share with you some of my thoughts on the athletes I coached. I will only go over the CrossFit Games since it is so fresh, but it is important to understand that prior […]CONTINUE READING
Open Letter to the Regionals Athletes
Dear Competitor, The wait is finally over! You’ve managed to make it through the entire year without too much damage and you are now ready to compete. It’s time to show to the world what you’ve worked on and how fit and ready you are. It’s also time to put yourself to the test and see just where […]CONTINUE READING
Letter to Open Athletes
Dear Open Athlete, I know how you feel. Training is up and down, you feel good on certain days and miserable on others. Some days you expect to do something and you end up not being able to. You feel panicked because the competition is literally around the corner and you feel like you need […]CONTINUE READING
Finding Your Anchor – Who Are you, as an Athlete?
Today I had an epiphany. I was walking my dogs and listening to the Brute Strength Podcast featuring Justin Su’a and it blew my mind. Justin Su’a is an accomplished sport psychologist/mentor and much of what he expressed in the podcast falls right in line with what I’ve been trying to convey to my athletes […]CONTINUE READING
The Importance of Not Putting Importance of Every Single Freaking Detail…But Realizing They Are All Important In The Long Run.
Ok, I know this sounds funny but little things aren’t important, even if they are. Let me explain. The CrossFit Games are coming up very soon and I remember training for this competition like it was yesterday… Last year, training for the games blind sighted me to a certain extent, I was focused on only […]CONTINUE READING