We share stories, framework and discuss how the mind may be the most important indicator of your success in sports, dieting, or really any accomplishment in life that involves physicality (and even those that don’t).
We discuss the framework of mental coaching for sport and the analytical part of sport: from the high levels to involving children. We also discuss ways we might bring physicality, in an inclusive way, back to elementary school-middle school aged kids. And of course, the convo kicks off with a little coffee talk (snobs…)
… and other practical advice for training this winter. A lot happened in the past few weeks: we try to make sense of it all, and talk about our favorite topic: mindfulness. However, this time, we do so with the theme being evolution; from your training, to your mind, and the way you live your life.
The big news last week was the World Health Organization’s study on processed meat and it’s connection to cancer. We felt it brought up some interesting issues in the psyche of the public and our discussion was transformed into something much deeper on mental health, happiness and how we live our lives. Spoiler alert: Sometimes you just need to jump off the ship! Warning: Great, but deep conversation.
What’s the Braverman test? A short spoiler alert: it’s easy to take and it may give you some insight into your health that you’re not even considering.
Mark & Froy talk about how they’ve come to think about eating over the past few years. Other topics are mused on, you know the drill!
Originally recorded 2/17/15, Mark and Froy talk over a major personal project in Mark’s life (which explains our weird schedule podcasting lately: fear not, we’re back to normal after this week!). This leads to other discussions that involve quality of life and how to best deal with the punches that hit you in life.