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…)
We discuss a lot of things that workout that all important part of your body- your brain! We get into a brief history of physical culture as well. There’s a lot in life’s intellectual pursuits that can be applied to fitness. Like what, you ask? Find out!
We’re back this week with two new episodes and the first show of 2016 (coming at the end of the week!).
In this episode, recorded mid-December 2015, we discuss real life self defense principles & Conor McGregor’s victory, which eventually leads into a discussion on the diversification of strength and conditioning in sports, and life in general. From the forward thinking coaches out there to highly trained experts in breathing, movement and more, there’s a valuable diversity- now more than ever- in what’s available to you to be your healthiest best self. Tune in as we dissect it.
We are on a mini hiatus (continuing education trips across the globe for Mark, while Froy is busy training and nurturing a successful, growing business), but we never want to leave you hanging! So, flex your “Netflix muscle” and enjoy an onslaught of new episodes… all at once! Space em’ out or binge on them: the choice is yours.
On this episode (originally recorded in late August ’15), our discussion was sparked (and of course, not strictly stuck to) Pittsburgh Steelers’ linebacker James Harrison claiming he took his son’s participation trophies and gave them back, claiming you don’t need deserve trophies you didn’t earn. Beyond that, the conversation just flows… well… we hope!
How’s that for a title? The past 7 days have seen some really strange, sad, tragic, and surprising events. From the tragic acts of terror in Paris, to Ronda Rousey losing in shocking fashion to Holly Holm in the UFC Women’s Bantamweight division, there is a strange pattern that emerges, but something that should give everyone hope. We explore (and try to relate it to strength and conditioning).
This Week: Originally recorded 1/22/14. The supplement industry is huge, and unregulated. In this podcast, we break down a few popular supplements and what’s actually in them, and muse about other related topics.
This Week: Originally recorded 1/16/14. A lot of people tell you what’s healthy, but even more articles, TV shows, YouTube videos, and podcasts tell you what’s healthy. How do you know what is? Listen to our thoughts