Trainers & Coaches
The Overtraining Myth
Do you know how to train hard, but also when to back off, listen to your coach, take care of your body, and take rest days in order to get stronger?
The Commitment Test
Here's a way to test whether your commitments really come from the heart.
Your Logo Doesn't Matter
Are you spending too much time on the distractions of your business?
What to do When You Feel Like a Fraud
When you inevitably feel like a fraud, you actually have a golden opportunity.
Go Big: Be Your Own Coach
The magic of coaching is to change your perspective, and these three questions can help you do that for yourself.
The Dark Side of Mindfulness
The starker potentials in mindfulness are a big reason many people hit a wall.
A “No Program” Approach for Limitless Growth
Achieve limitless growth with this “no program” training approach.
Ask, Don’t Tell: The Question-Behavior Effect
For lasting success in life, you need to make sure you’re asking yourself the right questions.
How TV, the Internet, and Your Phone Are Hurting Your Fitness
Technology isn’t going anywhere, so you must control when and where you use it, rather than letting it control you.
Eric C. Stevens
7 Important Lessons on Listening to Your Body
Athletes are typically good at listening to their coaches. But they're not always so good at listening to themselves.
Becca Borawski Jenkins
Weekly Work-In: Week 6 - Getting Past the Ego
If I can get past my ego and realize I am acting based on a past experience. I can question whether that experience has value in the present.
Weekly Work-In: Week 3 - Create Balance in Your Life with the 5 Body Approach
Each time I come to my yoga mat, I remind myself to remain dedicated to enhancing all parts of my being so I am healthy, happy, and holy regardless of my physical abilities.
Becoming Our Heart-Felt Best: How Yoga Is Practice for Life
In my eyes, having a yoga practice is more about how we live our life. It is a sacred time and opportunity to work in magical ways to rise up and become more than our stories of misfortune.
Being Present: How to Give Yourself the Best Present Ever
One of the many gifts BJJ has given me is the capacity to be completely and utterly present. So when I find my mind wandering, or when I start to worry, I make a conscious decision to snap out of it.
Merging Selves: My Continued Development as a Grappler and Its Larger Meaning
My relationship with BJJ is evolving. Sometimes I wear a suit and talk to academics, and sometimes I write about jiu jitsu instead of training. I am merging my lives into one whole.
Book Review: "Way of the Peaceful Warrior" by Dan Millman
I recommend "Way of the Peaceful Warrior" both for its message and for its flaws. It has some great lessons about life, but it's written in a way that caused my inner seventh grader to roll her eyes.
Developing Self-Awareness: A Messy, Ugly, Five-Step Process
I work hard at self-awareness. I find it to be helpful to my learning process as an athlete. I discovered I always follow the same 5 step process of breakdown and awareness. It's ugly, but it works.
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