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Forks in the road

Micro and mindful decision training, recognizing hesitations and second guessing, using information gained from class, training, notes and prior live experiences to guide your immediate circumstances to the best available choice in your sparring session. These and more are why I train and spar.It’s not about wanting to beat your opponent rather I find it a lot more interesting and …

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It’s OK to quit… sometimes

Going against the grain of many rah-rah, “you can do it”, & “quitting is for losers” ethos promulgated by self-help gurus via their mega-seminars, books and videos, quitting things that you do is all to easy. Much like putting on weight over the holidays due to over indulgence, slothen lifestyle, travels and whatever else life throws at you, it’s ok …

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Baseballers

I suppose it’s safe to chat about my short stint as a S&C Coach for Japanese Professional Baseball players for one of Japan’s famous baseball teams, Hanshin Tigers based in Osaka. Not that there is any statute of limitations about this mind you. If you’re Japanese or lived in Japan for any amount of time no doubt you will have …