A Quick and Easy Assessment You Can Use to Help Your Athletes Recover Faster and Gain Movement

Joel Jamieson was recently at IFAST, and we did some extensive video updates for his Certified Conditioning Coach Course. This update is digging deep into not only the conditioning side of things but also the importance and impact of recovery. We covered a number of concepts that we regularly apply at IFAST that you be […]

Answer These Questions to Accelerate Your Progress

Your Daily Journal Entries

I find that I’m writing more and more… to myself. The more I write in my journal, the more effective I am in regard to goal completion and just plain getting things done. This is well beyond using my daily planner to stay organized There’s an element of objectivity that arises as your write to […]

My Night Time Ritual… the update

now with Decaf Neuro Coffee

Just a quickie of an update. The night time ritual may be one of the harder aspects of your lifestyle with which to be consistent. You get distracted. You’re engaged in some activity. Maybe you’re just spacing out on Netflix and lose track of time. A couple of things to remember. Set an alarm to […]

How to Use Retrieval to Improve Learning

Online Mentorship

Consider all the possible information available to learn on a topic. It can seem infinite and overwhelming. If we want to improve ourselves personally or professionally, we must continue to learn and be life-long students regardless of our current understanding or status. Always have the beginner’s mind if you will. Oftentimes, retrieval, a key aspect […]

A Capacity Circuit Example

No Pain Principle #5: Rebuild Capacity

Here’s a capacity circuit that I did recently. You can set up your activities up based on time such as 30 seconds for each activity or by reps like I did on this circuit. Move casually from activity to activity as a rest period and move continuously for 20-30 minutes.

How to Avoid Temptations and Overcoming the Challenge of First-Level Consequences

Not an ALL GAIN, NO PAIN Principle but it should be

I’m currently reading Ray Dalio’s Principles in which he outlines his principles to live by in his work and life. One of his mid-level principles really struck home with me. It applies to the many decisions we all have to make in regard to our desired outcomes whether we’re on the fence about getting to […]