Little by little, it begins to expose the pathway to the future we want to build, and how we can turn each and every day, into a day that has meaning and brings joy.
Yet, if we take time to sit with these questions and lay out a plan, we actually prepare ourselves for that potential future and how we can overcome it.
So I recently received a few different inquiries, comments… dare I say concerns, in the direction my posts have gone the last few months. Nothing means, or… Read more “What’s with the Change in Posts?!”
One of my athletes approached me this morning and asked a very simple but important question: “What does ‘over-training’ look like?” Great question AND shows great awareness.… Read more “More is Not Always More”
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”
The following video shows a very brief snap shot of a few drills we run in our Responding to an Active Killer courses. All too often people… Read more “Evasion Drills – Responding to an Active Killer”
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”
Taking a look at the basic concept of truly controlling the head when on top of a player in turtle. Whether you’re utilizing this for wrestling, bjj,… Read more “Controlling the Head in Turtle”
In this video we’re discussing the need to adapt in dynamic clinch situations. All too often, we tend to obsess over a specific position and when we… Read more “Clinch and Knees Flow Drill”
While writing the section on Immediate Casualty Care in the book How to Survive an Active Killer, I fell into a rabbit hole. This is what happened.… Read more “Waiting For The Bubble to Burst”