The Update!

Well, this has been a long time coming. I have been extremely busy over the last few months, with the big move and all. For those who don’t know, I moved across the country from California to Johnson City, Tennessee to get my master’s degree. “Why in the world would he move to Tennessee?” you might ask. I chose to move here to join a program that is centered around Sports Science. When I was … Read more

Setting the Pace

Yesterday I made the mistake of not setting the correct pace and mindset for a client’s training session. My client is a 20 year old left tackle, who is getting ready for his move into another season of JC level football. We typically BS for a bit while he is foam rolling and stretching before his training, but this particular session, I told him about the crazy weekend I had flying out to an east … Read more

The Combination of Coaching and Programming: Part 3

Improving your programming This is part 3 of a 3-part series. You can find Part 1 here and Part 2 here. Improving your programming abilities are just as important as improving coaching. I don’t know EVERYTHING that you need to become a better coach, but I can share the things that have helped make me better. Hopefully the topics I write in the following will help you as well. ASKING WHY: Probably the best advice … Read more

A Great Way to Get Audiobooks Free

I’ve been doing a lot of driving over the past few months, and I figure that if I’m by myself, it is just wasted time. To use the time wisely, I listen to audiobooks. Unfortunately, I am far from well-off enough to buy a new audiobook every time I go for a drive, so I tried to find ways to get them for either free or cheap that isn’t unethical. Here is what I found: … Read more

Great Quote

Got this from an Alwyn Cosgrove Blog Posting: “We don’t rise to the level of our expectations – we fall to the level of our training”-Archilochus, Greek Soldier