When introducing dynamic movements and concepts, we want to make sure we build progressions for the student (or ourselves) so that we can build towards hitting them… Read more “Sensitivity Drill for Arm Drags, Head Clears,and Duck Unders”
Advice I Actually Took… And Worked: Dale Carnegie
Millions of people read self help books, or follow motivational speakers, or subscribe to the media pages of great minds and take in hours upon hours of… Read more “Advice I Actually Took… And Worked: Dale Carnegie”
There’s No Right Answer
*This is an excerpt from the book How to Survive an Active Killer In the age of instant gratification, all too often we find that everyone wants… Read more “There’s No Right Answer”
Right Doesn’t Always Mean Easy
I was teaching one of our introductory classes tonight. It’s one of my favorite classes to teach because often time the participants are so new to what… Read more “Right Doesn’t Always Mean Easy”
Three Cheers For Growth!
It’s a truly amazing feeling to see posts from people all over the US excited to dive into the book. I am so excited for the material… Read more “Three Cheers For Growth!”
“Shit… I Failed.”
originally written august 2016 What you do next is insanely important. Do you let it put you down? Does it motivate you to do better? Do you… Read more ““Shit… I Failed.””
photo: me standing up giving a speech at my wedding… most likely embarrassing my wife haha. love her so much! There’s so much in life for me… Read more “Thankful”
Plans are Overrated… Sometimes.
photo: Our first year hosting the Arnold Affiliate Gathering I have a natural tendency to be insanely comfortable flying by the seat of my pants. This is… Read more “Plans are Overrated… Sometimes.”
Breadth VS Depth
A conversation sparked between some friends and industry leaders about ranking, degrees of black belts, and continued training in other programs. It brought up some great conversations… Read more “Breadth VS Depth”